27 Dec PREMIUM Practical Guide: Upside Down
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From now on, whenever possible, we will offer our Premium readers practical guides, explained step by step, with ideas for making it “at home” with your Fuji equipment. The idea is that this way, you can train, use, and know your camera and lenses more thoroughly. If, in the meantime, you have ideas to suggest, our doors are always open. We hope you enjoy this first guide.
Photography goes far beyond what our eyes see. What it often seems is not always effective. And this is what, in this step by step article, we will try to show you.
The idea is not original, nor precisely new. Using a simple (but even simple) trick, let’s give a new life to a photograph that would otherwise be unoriginal.
And to be able to carry out a similar experience you don’t need top of the line equipment. In this guide, we used the Fuji X-T2 and the XF18-55mmF2.8-4 lens. Because it is such a versatile lens, it is always attached to the camera, always ready to take action. Even with a compact one, you can get good results. You need to look for the right spot, serve or ask someone to be your model, a camera, and a lens. Then it is to play with the composition, expression of the portrayed and…
1- Before looking for a place to carry out this practical guide. Look for a space that has a hole in the floor, or is cracked or broken. A
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