28 Apr Shooting architecture with the Fujifilm X Series
Source: Fujifilm X Blog
For as long as I can remember, architecture has been my interest in photography. By Felix Mooneeram
Before becoming a photographer, I worked as a designer. I’ve always had a great appreciation for architecture and what architects do. I love thinking about the tools in their bag when I shoot buildings. It could be a simple application of a beautiful material, a playful means of connecting two spaces; or just a way of adding natural light to a space. All of these things can influence the way people engage with a building – and that is what I try to think about when I am shooting.
In this article, I will walk you through my relationship with Fujifilm gear and architectural photography. I hope you enjoy it!
Why did you choose Fujifilm cameras?
I used to shoot with Canon gear, but found myself missing out on so many opportunities because I didn’t want to carry a big & heavy DSLR around with me. I first invested in a FUJIFILM X10 to use as my pocketable point & shoot, and for holidays. I was amazed at how nice it was to use and how great the images that came out of it were – particularly the colours. The first two shots on my portfolio website are actually from that little camera, and they more than hold their own against my other shots from the bigger X-T1 and X-T2 cameras.
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