One of the readers of my blog has pointed out that I haven’t wrote about using XF 80mm f/2.8 Macro for infrared photography. Well, in infrared I take landscapes and for landscapes I prefer wide angle lenses. But inspired by the inquiry, I decided to give this lens a try.
A two-day trip to Białowieża. This time I could take some more equipment, but I was wondering if there would be an opportunity to use it, because again it was a business trip, so first work, and pictures only if there is a spare time. That’s why I again took the XF 18-135mm as the only lens, hooked to X-H1.
Lately I travel in the business much and the camera becomes my handy notebook. And it was the same this time. Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujinon XF 18-135mm – luggage limitations forced me to take only one, lightweight body and one universal lens. On the video and pictures, you can see Sopot.
Today I had no inspiration to make new crystals, so I just went to the backyard garden. And there is a wild rose mad. Authentically crazy – shoots 2 – 3 meters long, shooting on all sides – we laugh that it competes with nearby spruce 🙂 But I must say, that it beautifully blooms – it is all in small, but beautiful and fragrant flowers.
Fujifilm X-H1 + XF 80mm Macro + two Nissin flashes, controlled in TTL with Nissin Air 1.