02 Mar PREMIUM Shooting with your Fuji without a lens (well, almost…)
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Source: Fuji X Passion
When I was still a Canon user – it looks like it was just yesterday, but I switched to the Fuji X system 4 years ago – I tried out several photographic techniques, some better known than others. Although my passion is landscape photography, I naturally tried one or the other different areas and put one or the other idea into practice. In this world of photography, the more you photograph, the more you learn. The more you read, the more you learn. The more you see, the more you learn. And, at the end of the day, it is trial and error that makes us evolve.
Over the years, I experimented and practised panning, photographed with flash, used a welder filter to simulate a neutral density filter of 10 (or more) stops, inverted lenses and, at a time when in Portugal no one had ever photographed this way, I built a car-rig to make panning photos more radical, more original. It was a little rudimentary, but it worked, and that’s what matters.