Here are 3 images I made recently from the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. I am constantly amazed at the sharpness of my Fujinon Lenses on my Fuji X-T1. The rocks and landscape on the Olympic Peninsula were made with the new 16-55mm 2.8. The fern image was made with the 50-150mm 2.8 — nothing done to this at all in post processing! Amazing!! Thank you Fuji!
I’ll be returning here next year (May 2016), for an exclusive Fuji “X” users only photo workshop with Bill Fortney. More details HERE. Hope to see you there!
Spring… Green is everywhere. Our brain is able to process more hues of green than any other color. Green is abundant … and so many hues … and a little rain really makes the greens pop. Add some rain and WOW! April & May are my favorite times to be here.
I spent a few hours scouting the area before my workshop (that starts tomorrow) for some good locations to take my attendees. Here are a few images taken off the normal path that most folks go to photograph. I’ve been coming here many years and this place never ceases to amaze me. The trick is to learn how to deal with the clutter and make simple, yet powerful images. I’ll be teaching this starting tomorrow!–JG