I just recently purchased an Fuji X-E1 with 35mm f1.4 to augment my stable of cameras. But I got to thinking again how this new setup is going to change my shooting "eye". For so many years I have carried cameras that allowed me to go extremely wide or long that my "eye" searches for image that work for that type of effect. Now that I am restricting myself to not so wide or long, I find I myself trying to adjust to this new venue. Right now I plan on having the two cameras with three lenses with the widest at 35mm (on the X100S) and the longest at 127mm (on the X-E1).
But I still want to shoot people like I always have done. This shot was taken on St. Martin in the Caribbean. We had arrived there on the Carnival Miracle and, as per our usual, were just roaming to see the place. This shot, taken with an 18-200mm superzoom at 150mm, was some distance from where we were standing. I now will have to make the effort to move closer to get the framing and composition that I want.
The challenges are still there with this new system. I just hope I am up to the task.
As always, make a comment!! Let me know what you think! Until next time, keep on shooting.....