Tuesday, August 5, 2014

An evening of profile views of Manhattan with the Fuji X-T1, 18-135mm zoom, and 23mm lens.

I think I was inspired by the 5-stop vibration reduction prowess of the new 18-135mm to venture out shooting without my tripod. I had the Fuji 18-135mm lens and also the 23mm f/1.4 in case I needed a really fast aperture. In one situation where I wanted to try a long, 20 second exposure to blur the river I did balance the camera on a convenient wall. All the rest were taken with these two lenses and no tripod.

The more distant images were all taken from Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Here I wanted to create an intentional vertical blur of city lights by moving the camera vertically during an exposure of 1.6 seconds.

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