06 Mar Using Fujifilm’s Tools to Assist with Composition
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Composition is an immense topic in photography. There are rules to be followed, bent, and broken. There are concepts such as visual weight that will blow your mind with their complexity. While we learn these, however, there are several things we can do to help our photography along the way. Fujifilm have provided us with several tools in the X and GFX cameras to help us with the multitude of options we face every time we create an image. In this article, we’re going to run through the settings that relate to composition specifically and look at how we can use them to help us make more compelling images. Before we get started, there is one item of housekeeping. Rather than another article filled with photographs of the menu system you can access using the steps below, I opted to break up the text with some recent images from a trip to Myanmar (which were, of course, all made with the settings below). I hope these are a little more enjoyable than screenshots! If you’d prefer photos of the menu for my next article on settings, just let me know in the comments below! Electronic Level The first, and probably […]
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