We’re currently staying on a horse ranch near Portland, nearly a month into our giant road trip. We didn’t know what to expect when we booked the place, but it’s absolutely incredible.
The boys have really enjoyed exploring the place, and we’ve really enjoyed photographing them!
Today I wanted to share a few of the shots I’ve taken here, with a bit of a twist. Many of them will be straight out of camera – no editing done. I don’t usually do that, since unedited photos often don’t look great. But one reason we’ve switched over to the Fujifilm system of cameras recently was for the look of the out-of-camera files. So I figured sharing a few would be helpful to anyone looking into Fujifilm cameras!
We’re continuing to enjoy using the Fuji X100F to document our trip. You can can check out this previous post for our first impressions / and photos.
In this post I’ll give an update on how things have been going.
The opportunities for interesting photography are all around us. Sometimes overwhelmingly so.
In this series of photos I explored photographing one object (a park slide from multiple different angles).
So last week we packed up our kids and our cameras into our van, and set off on what will be a pretty big adventure – 6 months of road tripping! Choosing the gear for this trip was a big task, but we were really lucky to get our hands on a brand new Fuji X100F to test out on the road.
We’ll put together a more thorough review of the camera after we get the chance to use it more. So far it’s been pretty much a constant companion, so we’re really looking forward to seeing what we can create with it over the next little while!
For now here’s a sample of some of the images captured so far…
A video review of one of my favourite utility programs for Mac: SoftRAID.
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