|Fujifilm X-T10, adapted Nikon 50mm AI-S lens, f/2.8, 1/4000sec., ISO 200|
I have been posting political posts lately, and thought I'd do something different, like post a photo.
I do have a photography blog, sans politics, called Brevard County Images if you care to see it.
People of all political persuasions are welcome to visit and comment on either or both blogs.
I use a Fuji mirrorless camera and have two Fuji auto focus lenses made for that camera system. I have numerous older manual focus lenses originally designed for and used on 35mm SLR film cameras, that are capable of being adapted to work with this camera.
I absolutely love the camera and the Fujifilm X system.
The problem is money.
Fujinon lenses, lenses made by Fujifilm, are fairly expensive, but one advantage of a mirrorless camera system is that, due to the physical size, many old, manual focus camera lenses from many different lens manufacturers can be adapted to, and used, on these cameras.
With this photo, I had carried an old, Nikon 50mm manual focus lens with me and thought it's wide maximum aperture would make it a good choice to get a photo of this nearby sea oat in crisp detail and yet give the farther distant Atlantic Ocean and the beach a pleasant, colorful blur.
Outrageous colors provided by God Himself, with the help of about a 1/3 to 1/2 stop underexposure.
I hope y'all like it.