Fuji primes for landscapes, any advice?

Started Jul 31, 2014 | Discussions thread
rjx Contributing Member • Posts: 917
Re: Fuji primes for landscapes, any advice?

Primes will give you a little more sharpness and maybe detail. But for me, I like the versatility of Fuji's wonderful 10-24 / 18-55 / 55-200 combo.

I like the slower zooms on tripods stopped down for scapes and architecture. And fast primes handheld for other types of photography.

The Fuji X sensors are great for detail. And Lightroom, photoshop, and plugins are so good these days, that you can easily and very quickly add sharpness and detail to an image if you find it lacking.

So with that said, I prefer zooms for that kind of work due to the flexibility. But all the primes are great for landscape as long as it meets the desired length you're after.




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