You likely see the "What's In My Camera Bag" videos all over YouTube. It's quite a popular topic for several reasons: people are genuinely interested in what professionals use, it satisfies the Gear Acquisition Syndrome, it's a way for content creator to put out some affiliate links (they do help), etc. And even though I'm not one that does too many reviews, I had to publish my own version too.
I did ask myself if the Mitakon 35mm f/0.95 could indeed be the toughest lens for street photography. Despite the clickbait-y title, this was a genuine question I had. And so I decided to give it a good test. To this day, Fujifilm does not release blueprints for their lenses to other manufacturers. So you don't often see other brands produce lenses for the X-Mount. One brand that comes to
I rented the Fujifilm GFX 50S for a job (office interiors and corporate headshots). But I still had some spare time to use it before sending it back to Fuji. So of course I made a video! I used medium format cameras in the past. When in Florence, I worked with medium format to photograph paintings, sculptures and all masterpieces of the great museums we have in my hometown! So this
OK, what do you do when is the hottest day in London (36C)? Well, obviously, you go out and enjoy the weather! And shoot a few pictures along the way! At least that's what I did.I like hot weather. Very much. It should go without saying because I'm half-Italian but many people who grew in hot weather conditions actually don't enjoy them much. Not me. The "normal" temperature in London during