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J. Conley
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An Interview with Cartier-Bresson on the X-Pro2
Background I’ve had my X-Pro2 for close to two months. During that time, it’s traveled more than 9,000 miles with me, through sunny days and rain, to dimly lit interiors and fast-paced street-fashion. After putting this camera through some serious paces, I ...

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The Fashion-able Fuji XPro-2
With an  XE-1  well past its prime and showing it, I pre-ordered  Fujifilm’s newest flagship , and it was in my hands on March 8.  I had very little time to get aquatinted with the new box before heading to Italy to work on  a few photography projects . Dur...

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Great working with Meg and Aoki Boutique on this!

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Great working with both Aoki Boutique and Nicole Boychuck on this!

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Mode Italia (with the Fujifilm X-Pro2)
The winter weather has broken its grip and Easter has ushered in both an Italian Spring, and the need for Florentines to show off their fashion sense. Their challenge is to cope with warming days and still-chilly nights. As always, the Italians meet the cha...

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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 on Wheels
I just received my  X-Pro 2 , and these are my brief initial impressions. As with anything new, it takes time to build familiarity and I'm sure some of these opinions will change or modify as I work more with the camera and get settled in. For now, these ar...

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Blown Highlights (with Fuji X and Canon)
Photography is, literally, writing with light. Any old light will do to make a photograph, including the unfocused light used to create cyanotypes. However a photograph gets made, the light is the key ingredient and can make or break any captured moment.  N...

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Behind the Mirror
I love shooting fashion . What we wear and how we choose to present ourselves is one of the most complex of human endeavors. From the intricacies and complications of design, to the vagaries of changing purpose and taste, to the individual desire to express...

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A Tale of Three 50's (Leica, Nikon, and Fujifilm)
It was  Charles Dickens  who best summed up the state of photographic optics: IT WAS the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was t...

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X-Wrong
The biology of color perception is extraordinarily complex. Even controlling for individual differences (color blindness, age, culture, vision correction. . . the list is endless), we are left with two main issues: the creation of colors, and the viewing of...
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