When you think of a landscape photography camera I bet the first thing that comes to your head is a Nikon D800 - or the Sony A7r. Am I right? I bet you never think of Fujifilm. Who has ever considered using a Fujifilm camera for landscape photography, I mean come on, they're only 16 megapixels right?
The Fujifilm X-Pro 2 as of late, has been my favorite camera to use for incidental photography. I kind of just leave it around so it's very accessible, near the front door or wherever and grab it whenever I go outside. Aside from my X100F, it's become my grab it and go camera with the advantage of swapping lenses depending on the mood I'm in.
This is a quick shot of the Observatory. I wanted to test out the Canon 5DSR so I hiked up the mountain overlooking Los Angeles. This was my first time up and wow, what a view! If you ever visit Los Angeles this is something you must do. Just bring a long lens. I shot this with the Canon 70-200 but did a pretty mean crop. But hey, that's what having 50 megapixels is for right?
My Experience Shooting Landscape Photography With The Fuji X100T
For my first day back from Japan I decided to go out and shoot some L.A. photography. And I wanted to keep the momentum going before I have to go back to work. I haven't shot the Santa Monica Pier in a few years so I figured I would start there.