30 Jan Touring Campania with the Fujifilm X-T2 , Part 3
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The final leg of our drive along the Amalfi Coastline took us to Sorrento, where we spent the night. The morning after we walked down to the port in the early morning to board a fast boat bound for the island of Capri. Having been there more than 30 years ago, I was surprised by how well I remembered it.
We spent the morning doing a long hike along the footpath that leads from the main square of the city of Capri down along the southern side of the island, towards the famous faraglioni (sea stacks). I knew the light conditions would not be ideal at that time of the day, but I was not worried, having already planned to be at the right spot before sunset. I still wanted to exploit the fact that the X-T2 gives me a 4-stop range when doing auto-exposure bracketing (-2EV, 0, +2EV) in these harsh backlighting conditions, so I did shoot some pictures. The results are not great, but I wouldn’t have got anything with the limited AEB range of my old X-E2….
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