Just about every evening I have to play this game with the sun as it chases Kalina around the house. Nowhere is safe as it can somehow bend around any corner of our living room.
This time I decided to take advantage of this light with my X100T and shoot some living room photography as Kalina and I battled Mother Nature once again.
I love shooting stuff like this, but it’s not always easy to do while working. As I’m sure you know, it’s hard changing gears into photography mode after a heavy grind. It takes so much patience and you sort of need to get in a rhythm or what you shoot will just be garbage.
I need/want to pull this blog out of being just a tech/gear site. I know that’s what gets hits and I’m obligated to do reviews when I’m sent product, but day-to-day I’m sure it gets boring for readers.
Now that I said all that, I do have a few cool reviews coming down the pipe. I picked up a Drobo 5D recently that I have mixed feelings about, so I’ll be doing a review on that with a focus on photography. I’m also working on an ultra-wide lens showdown with the Sony A7rII, something several people have patiently been asking about and waiting for.
Chasing Light – X100T
I still really love the X100T. Nothing beats it in my book. I’ve actually been shooting tons of videos with it of my new little girl. I know it seems crazy, especially since I have a 4K Sony A7rII that’s amazing at that kind of thing. But at the end of the day, those 4k files are a pain to work with, and the colors on the Fuji when shooting video are just light years better.
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