18 Aug The quintessential landscape photography lens: The Fujifilm XF10-24mm
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My name is Geoffrey Giebelhaus, and I am a landscape photographer based in Vancouver, Canada. Born and raised in the prairies of Alberta, I made the move to Vancouver at the beginning of 2017 to start my career as an engineer. Having grown up near the Rocky Mountains, I have always had a deep interest in the outdoors and wildlife, but it was not until after my move to Vancouver that my passion for photography grew. Exploring the outdoors is a part of my everyday life and fuels my passion for exploring nature through photography.
Fujifilm first captured my eye when I was able to borrow an X-T2 and XF18-55mm combo for a weekend. Along with the classic look, it was the colour, manual dials, and build construction that convinced me to trade in my Sony. The following weekend I picked up the camera that has been my daily driver for the last three years—the Fujifilm X-T20.
As a landscape photographer, it is crucial to consider size, weight, and weather sealing when deciding what I carry with me as I hike. Although my standard hiking kit varies for each trip, I have found that the lens I’ve always taken while exploring was the XF10-24mm. This lens has created some of my best and favorite images, and I’ve missed too many opportunities when I’ve left it at home.
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