21 Feb One Lens Challenge: Scottish Landscapes with the GF23mm f4

Source: Fujifilm Insider

Ever since I got my first camera nearly 40 years ago, I have been drawn to wide angle lenses for most subjects but especially landscapes. Composing an image with foreground interest or a lead in line with a wide angle lens gives a 3D feel, drawing the viewer into the final image. My favourite focal length is anything between 15mm and 28mm in full frame terms.

So when I was given the opportunity to spend a few days using the new Fujinon GF23mm f4 for the Fujifilm GFX 50S medium format camera, I naturally jumped at the chance. The 23mm focal length gives a wide 99.9° angle of view, which is the same as an 18mm on a full frame camera and 12mm on the Fujifilm X Series…

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