Did I give up on the X100F too soon? Nah.

It took me less than 24 hours with the Fuji X100F to know it wasn’t the camera for me. One of the main reasons I switched to a Fuji X-T1 three years ago was the tactile nature of shooting. There was a dedicated dial or control ring or button for just about everything. I couldContinue reading “Did I give up on the X100F too soon? Nah.”

Learning something new… Frustrating, isn’t it?

We learn the tools of our trade inside and out, which more often than not, translates into speed, efficiency, and accuracy. That’s why I’m so frustrated right now. Today, my rented Fujifilm X100F arrived via FedEx and I’ve really been looking forward to playing with it. Unfortunately for me, there’s a learning curve. Thankfully notContinue reading “Learning something new… Frustrating, isn’t it?”

I sold my digital gear.

It’s hard to remember a time before digital photography, isn’t it? I remember the days of film. In fact, a lot of the time, shooting film feels more normal to me than pulling out a digital camera and peeking at the LCD screen. I grew up shooting film cameras. Never anything fancy, nothing near professionalContinue reading “I sold my digital gear.”