First day on the street with the Fujifilm X-Pro1

Don’t worry, I’m not going to write a pseudo-review about this camera (there are tons of that stuff on the web), and I’ll neither bore you with my personal “first impressions” or something like that (not yet).

I just shot some test-frames on the streets of Frankfurt/Main today and would like to share them. I hadn’t planned to shoot this special event, but as soon as I stepped out of the parking garage, I found myself in the middle of an anti-capitalism protest.

It’s like Frank Jackson said: “sometimes I happen to photography, and sometimes photography happens to me…”

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8 Comments on “First day on the street with the Fujifilm X-Pro1

  1. Wow. Ich weiß daß die Kamera gut ist, aber Deine kurze Photoreportage hier ist echt der Hammer. Wieso war ich eigentlich nicht in Frankfurt? Hmmm…

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  2. Vielen Dank, Wolfgang.
    Freut mich wenn’s Dir gefällt, bin da wie gesagt eher zufällig reingeraten. Ich hatte eigentlich etwas “normale” StreetPhotography auf der Uhr, fand mich aber plötzlich umgeben von dick verpackten Polizisten und lauten Demonstranten wieder. War auf jeden Fall eine gute Gelegenheit, den ach so schlechten AF der X-Pro1 auf seine Straßentauglichkeit zu prüfen…

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