On Wednesday, October 28th, we are celebrating the world of Fujifilm cameras and lenses. During this special event, we are hosting an online presentation from award-winning Pro FUJIFILM X-PHOTOGRAPHER Dan Bailey as well as in-store demonstrations with a Fujifilm representative, and in-store specials. Reservations are required to participate. Whether online or in-store, we hope you can join our event.
1 on 1 Fujifilm Product Demonstrations
with Fujifilm Product Technical Specialist Luis Navarro
Try out the latest Fujifilm equipment and get your questions answered directly from factory-trained representative, Luis Navarro. This is your opportunity to book a 20 minute, 1 on 1 appointment with Luis. During your appointment, you will have the opportunity to try out any camera and/or lens and ask questions in a properly socially distanced setting.
To ensure proper social distancing for your health and safety as well as our employees, appointments are required to participate. All equipment will be disinfected before and after every demonstration. Be sure to arrive on time as you will not receive extra time should you arrive late. A limited amount of appointment slots are available. Double bookings will automatically be canceled.
Your lens choice is one of the most personal and important components that determines your photography style.
In effect, your lens is your camera’s eye to the world and it dictates the overall look of your imagery more than any other piece of gear. Think of your lenses as compositional tools that allow you to frame the scene in a way that produces the style of image you’re trying to make.
Part of becoming a better photographer is learning how to identify which type of lens is best suited to capturing the subject according to your own personal vision, and according to the specific nature of the scene itself.
In this online presentation, Pro FUJIFILM X-PHOTOGRAPHER Dan Bailey will show you how each type of lens sees the world and give you tips for how to maximize your creative options, depending on what kind of lens you’re using, and what kind of subject you're shooting.
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