Vintage shoot at Haverthwaite Railway Station

Below are a few images from a vintage shoot today at a local railway station.

All were shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2 lens.  What an amazing lens!  I shot with it pretty much the whole time at f/1.2!

Focus with this lens is absolutely critical as you can imagine at wide open, so I suggest that you reduce the focus point down to one of the smaller boxes and move the focus point to the right part of the image rather than try to focus and recompose.

The X-Pro1 did an excellent job of focussing and only struggled on two occasions where it appeared to get confused with the background for some reason.  Inside the carriage, despite being very dim, it still focussed without any issues.  Firmware updates have really revitalise this body.

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    […] All were shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2 lens. What an amazing lens! I shot with it pretty much the whole time at f/1.2!Focus with this lens is absolutely critical as you can imagine at wide open, so I suggest that you reduce the focus point down to one of the smaller boxes and move the focus point to the right part of the image rather than try to focus and recompose.  […]

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    […] Below are a few images from a vintage shoot today at a local railway station. All were shot with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and the Fujifilm XF56mm f1.2 lens. What an amazing lens! I shot with it pretty much the whole time at f/1.2! Focus with this lens is absolutely… #fuji #fujifilm #haverthwaite  […]

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