The other day I had to wait for some code to deploy so I grabbed my camera and took a few self portraits. I actually liked this one a lot, even if it’s a bit too close. Shot with my old Canon EOS 1000D and 50mm/f1.8 lense.
I was very surprised by the quality of this image. I usually don’t use my Canon EOS 1000D much because images tent to have a lot of noise and too much red - which is fine since I’ve taken probably close to 100.
A picture of my Fujifilm X30, taken with an iPhone in low light and not edited. I kinda liked the result.
Right now the Fujifilm X30 is my main camera which I try to carry with me at all times. It’s a great camera for quick snapshots and day-to-day photography. I’m thinking about getting another camera with switchable lenses, but I cannot decide on one. It’ll probably be either a Fujifilm X-T2 or Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 - right now I have a strong preference for the Fujifilm.
“Fasanerie” is the name of a local wildlife and forest park. It’s free to enter and a very nice place to spent a family day.
All images were edited with Darktable, a free open source Adobe Lightroom alternative.