Today I wanted to share with you some photos I got when playing around the camera for Silent Sunday. They are ones from New Zealand.
Silent Sunday – Playing around with the camera
When I was in New Zealand I was using two Fujifilm cameras. One of them on loan, actually both on loan, but one of them belonged to a friend of mine. She owns the Fujifilm X-T20. I helped her buy it. So I need to be careful what I say or else I will get into trouble. Just joking, I think it is a great camera and stand by my advice to her.
However, however, when I was first taking photos with it I thought, what the …, something wasn’t working right. I was getting images like the one above. It was normal, not at all. It was like there was another problem to solve and I had no idea how to fix it. I was on a boat, in the middle of a lake, and no internet.
As it turned out it wasn’t a hard one to solve. Seems the dial on the top left of the camera had switched modes for how to take photos. Now I can’t tell you what it is or what it did, really, I didn’t care. Once I worked out how to stop it, that was enough.
It, however, did not stop me from using it. It was fun switching it to that setting and then seeing what I could get.
I only have a few photos where I used it, but you will get the idea. I didn’t use that camera a lot, but would like to experiment more with the setting. You know how much I love playing around with different settings and such. See what you think?
Have a good one.