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David Williams
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Full time Dad, publisher and passionate photographer.
Full time Dad, publisher and passionate photographer.

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Love what you can create on an iPhone and snapseed. Walked past this photo shoot in the park & tweeted in snapseed to create an Art Deco lustre. Sometimes the lack of control helps in simplifying the process.    

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I’m pretty amazed by this little yet powerful camera and lenses. It’s also very easy to use and lots of fun to shoot. Here’s a few more examples:    

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Yes I’ve sold my Canon 6d. I didn’t intend on selling my 6d. It’s a great camera. It produces wonderful images, is reasonably light weight, is packed full of features and is easy to use with a range of fantastic lenses. Its full frame sensor is full of…

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I didnt have much time to fiddle with settings, but this XT10 and 55-200mm is great. All shot in raw then Lightroom processed.

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Quick example of SOOC jpeg of Fuji XT10 of Kangaroo in Kuringai National Park, Sydney NSW Australia

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This lens from Fuji is incredible. The qualities are amazing. Here’s 2 very quick snaps of my son with no fill light or flash at f1.4 – & these have been compressed having been uploaded & downloaded via the iphone!!!!      

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A game of cricket was an ideal place to test the new Fuji XT10 with 55-200mm. Fast paced batting and bowling would test the AF properly under real conditions. Here’s the setup: XT10 in manual mode with 55-200mm attached with hood in place Aperture kept…

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Took the new Fuji XT10 out for a brief shoot with the ducks with the new 55-200mm OIS Fujinon lens. Very impressive piece of glass, easy to use, good hood, weight was ok on small XT10 body, AF was very quick. Enjoy the pictures. Most shot at F9 at…

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I’ve decided to sell my x100s and upgrade to the XT10 to take advantage of Fuji’s interchangeable lenses. Having used the x100s I was hoping for a similar experience, but what I got was a whole lot more. The XT10 is smaller in the hands than the XT1, with…
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