Fontainebleau, France

by Wayne Rogge September. 05, 2021 174 views

Years ago, while visiting France for a month, my main camera quit. So, I found a camera store and purchased a 10mp, Canon Powershot G11, used. The camera served me quite well. It also reinforced in me, megapixels are not the key to better photos. Of course, I thought my photos would be garbage. However, it turned out the photos were just fine. A few years later, I switched to Fuji gear and have never looked back. About 90% of my photos in the last 10 years have been on the X100 series cameras with a fixed lens. I have added a Ricoh GRiii to the mix recently which has a fixed lens as well.

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Thomas Thompson 1 month, 1 week ago

Fantastic series Love the reflections in the water

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Wayne Rogge Replied to Thomas Thompson 1 month, 1 week ago

Thank you.  As I indicated, they turned out better than anticipated.  Regards….Wayne

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