Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Stuck in Dulles with my Fujifilm X-Pro1

This week while heading back home I missed a connection and had to spend a night in Virginia.  I wasn't happy at first since I rushed and ran from terminal A to D and of course got there about six minutes too late.  So after getting my hotel voucher and $20 for food I began my journey out to ground transportation.  I missed the last departure so the airport was thinning out and this allowed me to basically wander and capture scenes which I am sure are familiar to many but with crowds.  The next morning began at 5am and the opportunity to catch a nice sunrise.  Hope you dig the shots.  Most were shot from ISO 500-1000.   All were with the 18mm 2.0 lens.
For me this was a great example of how the X-Pro1 shines as a camera since it was easy to carry and that made it handy throughout my travels.

Even the swans were asleep!

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  1. Hi there,

    The more it goes, the more I think that I would love one of these camera X-Pro 1...

    Thanks for all the reports.

    Have a good day.

  2. Anonymous12:48 PM

    these are excellent, the more i see of them, the more i want the xpro, cant wait for mine!!

  3. Anonymous4:10 PM

    Any idea on a raw converter yet? ans Nice shots im gonna pick up the 18mm this friday!

  4. good stuff also i just learned there is an app called magic hour! any other app tips i'd read that blog post

  5. Anonymous4:05 PM

    good pics. Thanks

  6. Anonymous6:10 PM

    great shots.. so it paid off....

  7. Great example of why this camera is awesome.

  8. Anonymous12:42 PM

    Fun Post, thanks!!!


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