A tilapia fisherman
f/7.1, 1/180 sec, at 23mm, 200 ISO, on a X-E2
Happy New Year!
It has been a crazy busy Christmas vacation. What with time spent working on the X-E2 review and shooting family portraits (as you can image I am the official family photographer for the Philippine’s side of our family.) and just relaxing around the pool, I haven’t had any time to post even just a few photos. So in lieu of a a lengthy post of some aspect of photography, how about I just throw out a few images. All these are from the X-E2 and all shot with the 23 mm. I find myself still trying to become familiar with the personality of this camera. It almost seems to want to take images in low light. So I leave you with these few images from Dagupan, Philippines.
Pingka (dried needle fish)
f/3.6, 1/25 sec, at 23mm, 1600 ISO, on a X-E2
Emma, the pork dealer at the Dagupan palengke
f/3.6, 1/60 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2
f/3.6, 1/40 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2
A Dagupan palengke fruit vendor.
f/1.4, 1/3000 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2
f/1.4, 1/2500 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2
Dagupan maybe be best know for it’s Bonuan Bangus (milk fish).
f/1.4, 1/640 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2
Dagupan street vendor – ready to make your rubber stamp or change your watch battery on the spot.
f/2.8, 1/120 sec, at 23mm, 400 ISO, on a X-E2