Fujifilm's GFX with Canon EF Glass

For quite some time I wanted to make this video however Im not sure even now that I am finished with it. Fujifilm’s GFX50s has certainly opened up new gateways into my photography, offering up a look I have not been able to achieve in the past with other systems. This is largely due to adapting Canon L Glass and specifically the 85mm 1.2

I did a little video for you.

Creating a Tintype look in Photoshop

I posted a few images online which received some positive feedback along with questions on how I was able to accomplish this look.  A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel and used as the support for the photographic emulsion.

This process however is all made using Photoshop.  I used a Fujifilm GFX50s with an adapted Canon 85mm Lens as a starting point. Below you can see a few examples of the process.

Possibly my favorite camera?

In this video I explore possibly my favorite camera and often my daily sidekick, the Fujifilm X100F. This camera allows me to shoot a different way. Taking away all the technicalities of photography and concentrating on the pure joy and excitement of creating imagery. Check it out!!!