17 Dec The Black Rider

Source: Little Big Travelling Camera

FUJIFILM X100F (23mm, f/4, 1/680 sec, ISO200)

I’m traveling a lot but if I like to play tourist at home. This is the place I visit. The inner city of Vienna.

This is one of the most touristic spots in Austria. The St. Stephan cathedral in the centre of Vienna. My challenge was that I only took my Fuji X100F. Not the best focal length to take pictures in a cathedral. And of course there is no IS or IBIS or anything that prevents camera shake so according to some voices on the internet there is no way to take a decent shot on low light.

But of course that’s nonsense. There is no problem to take images with the Fuji X100F in low light. This is an excellent low light camera because it’s excellent high ISO performance and also because of it’s leaf shutter.

The more tricky thing is it’s 23mm lens which works perfectly well for general and street photography but of course is a little too long for architecture and interior shots. Inside a cathedral you would normally use a very wide lens. Something like a 14mm or even a 10-24mm. With a longer focal length it’s a little tricky to convey the size of such a building….

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