Disney World: Photos From The Fuji X-Pro1 And XF 18-55mm Zoom Part 2:
Hi Everyone. Here is part 2 of the Disney photos shot with the X-Pro1, and XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R lens. You can also check out part one if you haven’t yet. Just to recap, my dad borrowed my X-Pro1, and most of my lenses to use on a trip to Disney with my mom but funny thing is he ended up really only using the zoom. There are some shots taken at a whopping 6400 ISO. My dad was concentrating more on enjoying himself rather than photographing, so the X-Pro1 was essentially set to auto.
In general not much editing was done to these photos. I did some real basic postprocessing in Adobe Camera Raw. For me, a good camera is one that can take some really nice photos without too much postprocessing. This is why I love the M9, and why I also love what the Fuji can do. But I also understand when there are times that you want to postprocess a photo to death because I’ve had those times :).
Anyway, here are the photos. I hope you all enjoy them! I have a few things lined up after this so stay tuned. Take care everyone!
↑ I absolutely love the Fuji blues. Colors always just pop with the Fuji, and as you can see, the zoom is pretty three-dimensional.
↑ This is one of my favorite shots in this post. This was shot at 3200 ISO
↑ The new zoom is also great with people. I definitely need to start shooting some portraits myself with the new zoom.
↑ Here’s another shot of the same musical group.
↑ I don’t know, for some reason I thought this was a neat and funny photo :).
↑ Here is a shot taken at 6400 ISO.
↑ This was the first photo of this post. Love those Fuji blues.