Last night I loaded up the Fuji X-H1 with the 16mm (24mm equivalent) and the Leica M-P 240 with the 28mm Summicron and headed down to a spot I haven’t been to in years, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall. As you come up from the CKS Memorial MRT Station you are greeted by quite a sight. Heading […]Read More Glowing Buildings – Fujifilm X-H1 and Leica M240
I can’t think of a trip that I’ve taken recently when the Fuji 56mm f/1.2 hasn’t joined me. Before purchasing, I looked at a lot of samples around the web and they always impressed me. It’s one of the reasons I’m still hooked on the Fuji X Mount system. There is some excellent Olympus glass […]Read More Still Lovin’ the Fuji 56mm f/1.2
Every once in a while I go back and “mine” old photos from previous months and years. As I was doing this I came across a few photos of various dogs I’ve encountered in the streets. Some of the dogs are shop dogs, some are pampered pets and some are just neighborhood wanderers.Read More Dogs, Dogs, Dogs!
It’s been a while since I headed downtown. I usually make a trip down there for a photo walk or some tech shopping, but life has been getting in the way lately. Finally, there were too many little errands stacked up that needed to be taken care of and I broke out the Ricoh, threw on […]Read More Rainy Afternoon – Ricoh GR w/ Wide Angle Adapter
After much anticipation I have to admit that I am a little bit let down by the film that was returned to me this evening. There are a few things that may be at play here. 1) The developer is just a local shop that may or may not be be using the best practices. 2) […]Read More Canon Canonet QL17 GIII: The First Rolls