Making the Jump to Medium Format Digital — and How YOU Can Too

For the 4-6 months prior to purchasing my Hasselblad H6D-50c, I'd been keeping my eye on the Hasselblad CPO (Certified Pre-Owned) List, and watched what was available while weighing my options and constantly comparing the pros and cons to an older system versus the brand-new, yet-to-be-proven, Fujifilm GFX.

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I Recently Used My Fuji X100F Almost Exclusively as a B&W Camera

I recently took a trip to New York, and brought WAY too much camera gear with me (SPOILERS: It was totally worth it). I brought along the X100F as well, as I liked the idea of having a small, pocketable camera to use for everything, and also because I always have the X100F on me.

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Fuji X100F: More ACROS Settings For Street Photography

I recently took a trip to Chicago and spent the week shooting my X100F entirely. With all of the architecture available to photograph in downtown Chicago (aka "The Loop"), I switched up my ACROS settings to give me more contrasty images, and it worked out well for street photography as well. 

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Fuji X100F: My Go-To ACROS Settings

I've always shot almost entirely JPEG on all of my Fuji cameras over the years; mostly because the JPEGs look so good straight out of camera, that I don't usually have to do much (if any) editing, and also because the small Fuji cameras I've owned over the years have been more "walkaround" cameras for everyday photography — for snapshots and social media.

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