"The world lies in the hands of those
who don't give a f***."
Whatever I did in my life until now, one thing accompanied me all the way since beeing a teenager: Photography.
First it was a pastime among many others, later it got a serious and expensive hobby and after years of disorientation, wrong tracks and failures, taking pictures finally got a profession which I live from. But that is not the end of the story.
I used a lot of different camera brands in the last years, from Micro Four Thirds up to Mid Format. All of these different systems had their justification for a given job profile, but all these cameras had one in common: I regarded them as tools, without much empathy for one or the other. They just served their purpose for a given time, but I never felt in love with them. This changed fundamentally when I bought the Fuji X100T, see my short review here.
That's why I decided to start this blog and share my experiences, my findings and in particular my personal opinions and feelings, especially with the Fuji X system. There are more than enough review sites on the web, which evaluate cameras in every manner and rank them according to their achieved point scores. Don't expect the same here! Photography is much more than megapixels and memory card transfer speeds - it's love, passion, empathy, sometimes sadness, melancholy or fear.
Today I'm using the Fuji X-Pro 2 and I feel the strong need to share my adventures with it. I'm not getting paid by any of the mentioned companies! Nevertheless please don't see this website as a neutral tech blog, it's much more a collection of my interests and opinions, and therefore an inexhaustable source for inobjectivity and my own worldly wisdoms.
Dominik K. Fuji User