Downtown SF - going wide

by Petr Macek February. 02, 2019 97 views

On Saturday we went for some sightseeing. The downtown SF and financial district was our destination - at least for the morning.

I took my 9mm Laowa with hopes to get some architecture shots and indeed I did. Despite the weather...

Looking up from the street at the beams of Trans-American Pyramid

Looking up from the street at the beams of Trans-American Pyramid

Going ultra-wide brings certain amount of distortion...

Going ultra-wide brings certain amount of distortion...

This picture is shot with 18mm

This picture is shot with 18mm

Except for this extreme wide-angle, I did also some more street pictures, but more on that in my next post...

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Berckmans Peter 6 months ago

Very nice. See you have the new XT3. Already would be happy with a XT2.

6 months ago Edited
Petr Macek Replied to Berckmans Peter 6 months ago

XT3 is a beast. While shooting with XT20 as well, the viewfinder is something that one cannot get used to after looking through the big one on XT3:) 
Also old lenses are way faster on XT3 than they used to be. Fujifilm clearly has pushed on improving algorithms and processor.

6 months ago Edited
Berckmans Peter Replied to Petr Macek 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Nice to hear some first hand review

5 months, 4 weeks ago Edited
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