Posted on April 17, 2014
You’ve got it. The Olympic Stadium once more. The last one for this week I promise.
Have a closer look if you like. In this landscape of steel and plastic nature reclaimed a small spot for itself. Can you detect it?
Ihr habt’s erfasst. Das Olympiastadion mal wieder. Zum letzten Mal in dieser Woche. Versprochen.
Schaut es Euch doch einmal genauer an, wenn Ihr wollt. Irgendwo in dieser Landschaft aus Stahl und Kunststoff hat sich die Natur einen kleinen Fleck zurückerobert. Na, könnt Ihr es sehen?
Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 50 mm, F9, 1/500 sec., ISO 800
Posted on January 7, 2014
Happy new year and hello again everybody. As you may have noticed I took a longer break of two months from blogging. Well, I’m back and I promise to post regularly again in the future.
What happened in the meantime? I finally fulfilled one of my dreams and got myself a fabulous Fujifilm X-PRO1 together with 18mm and 35mm Fujinon-lenses. For financial reasons my daily attendant the X-100 which was responsible for most postings on this blog had to leave the house. A little bit sad, but hey, I’ve got a new friend with even greater capabilities.
About two weeks ago I thought It would be nice to expand workspace towards the telephoto range. Basicly I intended to buy the Fujinon XF55-200mm F3.5-4.8 OIS but then accidentally stumbled upon a demonstration model of its favourable brother the new Fujinon XC50-230mm F4.5-6.7 OIS. What can I say? For 260 Euros I just had to give it a whack. Just for the record: the original price is about 400 Euros ($ 400 in the US). If you insist in more lightstrength, more metal and less plastic the XF55-200mm will slim down your wallet to another three hundos. Relax, I don’t want to bore you with technical details, performance tables or benchmark tests. If your looking for this you can find lots of sources elsewhere giving you all the chiffres you need.
The point of matter is that I could barely find any sample photos created with that lens in the web. So, when I took a 5-day-trip to London over the new years eve I decided to explore the city through my new achievement and share it. And if you have no interest in the lens I hope that you still enjoy the pictures. By the way: generally the weather was foggy, rainy, windy and cold of course. If you go to Britain you can’t expect a Caribbean feeling for sure, particularly not in December. Still enjoyed my stay in one of the worlds most interesting cities a lot.
All photos were shot handheld often using high ISO due to the lack of a tripod (I was with my family and I didn’t want to let them wait every few minutes so I just shot “quick and dirty”.). The pictures come in their original size and are not edited (except watermarking).
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