Fujifilm X-E1 and XF18-55 lens (except where noted).
Driving up to the barn I saw this stone bridge.
The barn where the workshop is held and presentations are done.
Gabe from B&H is in the house! Looks like he just had some tasty country pie.
The days are flying by and I'm switching between several cameras. X-E1, X100, X-Pro1 and X-S1.
There is a very special ceremony to honor photographers killed in action as well as the founder of the workshop Eddie Adams. The people at the workshop are all given a yellow balloon and there are 6 red ones for photogs killed in action and 1 black one for Eddie. The ceremony is performed by Native American Indians who are friends of the family and connected to the community.
It is very moving and in these pics you can see Nick Ut who's brother was a photojournalist killed in Vietnam and next to him is Kim Phuc who was the girl in his famous photo from the war of her running down the road naked after a village napalm strike.
These were shot with the X-S1 for the zoom capability.
Joe from Manfrotto helps out with the balloon distribution.
After the ceremony there was some brief down time to enjoy new friends.
The below pics from Sunday night are with theX-Pro1 & 35mm 1.4.
The MAC Group set up a photo booth and prints are hanging on the barn wall. Output with the Fujifilm ASK 2000.
These shots were made at various exposures from ISO 500-1000 approx 2-10secs at F/8 or so.
Nothing like a quick light panel drawing with an LED from Manfrotto and Nelson working the artistry. I exposed at 7 seconds ISO 400 @ F/8.
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