Small Camera, Big Picture PT.3 | Fujifilm X-Pro2

September 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Leigh Miller | www.leighmiller.ca


Leigh Miller | www.leighmiller.ca

XF60mm F2.4 R Macro | ISO200 F25.6 1/300 seconds

Handheld with the XF60mm macro lens...I don't stand still very often so when you see me fishing it means I'm totally relaxed. This was the second biggest fish I've caught off the dock at the cottage. I couldn't let the moment go without snapping a picture.

Leigh Miller | www.leighmiller.ca

XF60mm F2.4 R Macro | ISO200 F25.6 1/500 seconds

Small things amuse me. I admit it. This rusty bolt is a really good example of why everyone should have a macro lens in their bag. The applications are endless...small insects, products and portraits. My lens is very versatile. Leigh Miller | www.leighmiller.ca

XF35mm F2 R WR | ISO200 F2 1/680 seconds

I love sunsets but the only thing that will get me out of bed early when I don't have to work is a sunrise. A show like this one is rare in the city with all the smog, noise and light pollution.

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XF60mm F2.4 R Macro | ISO200 F2.8 1/18 seconds

Yup...I love watches and clocks. The intricate machinery are tailor made for a macro lens.

Leigh Miller | www.leighmiller.ca

XF60mm F2.4 R Macro | ISO200 F4 1/220 seconds

I'm pretty proud of this capture. I noticed this little guy hanging out on a wayward branch just taking in the sights. He wasn't too concerned about my presence but the branch was erratic, moved by the slightest wind. It took 30 tries and a little strategic focusing to get this shot.


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