I started taking pictures of handcrafted japanese teapots from various masters in 2009. Beside the studio shots I am using the forest for my main location. Before I ve been using Canon´s 100mm Makro lens, which is one of the best for this type of photographs in my opinion. Since switching to Fuji X- Series, I am shooting with the 60mm Macro. But this time I tried the 18-55mm lens with the X-E2.
I used a +10 stop B+W filter for long exposure. This shot comes straight out of the camera! Using Velvia with negativ 1 color saturation. I did no post-production on this image, just adding vignetting to darken the corners.
Using a 10 stop B W filter and a tripod for capturing some long exposure images
A sunny day invited me to capture the beautiful light on this afternoon, when suddenly it got cloudy. I am not using Velvia filmsimulation on my Fuji X-E2 too often, but for this scene it seemed to be perfect. I set the film on high contrast and…