Fujifilm X-T Series

Fujifilm X-T3 and X-T4

These two cameras are my workhorses. They come with me to family sessions, corporate events, couple sessions, editorial shoots, and anything else I can throw at them. They are dependable and are a joy to use. Within the plethora of X-series cameras Fujifilm offers, these are my choice for their rugged build, button layout, and feature set. They have the best of everything Fujifilm has to offer in their X-series cameras and that makes them my go-to cameras for all occasions.

So far I have owned the X-T1, X-T2, X-T3, and X-T4. For me, the smallest upgrade has been the Fujifilm X-T4 and that’s why I still work with my trusty Fujifilm X-T3 next to it. Both are exceptionally capable cameras and do everything I need them to. The main difference with the X-T4 for stills photography is, of course, the IBIS. While it’s one of those “nice to have” things that prevents me from carrying a tripod so often, it’s certainly not essential for most of my work.

Village Woman - Central Vietnam

Boat Repairman - Vietnam

Rocky Coast - Donghae, South Korea

Amitaba Buddha - Bongeunsa - Seoul

Man Waiting in Barber Shop - Central Vietnam

Dream Cathedral, Gijang, Korea

Taj Mahal, India

Morning Market, Vietnam

Hong Kong Neon

Fishing Village Chaos - Slow Shutter

Chin Villages - Mrauk U, Myanmar

Truku People Taiwan, Tattoos of Asia

Taipei Tattoo Artist Kacaw

Smog as Atmosphere in your Photographs

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