Stephan Geyer

Stephan Geyer

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I tend to seek the gloomier parts of cities usually hidden from sight by the glittering artificial world, and my perception is often portrayed with the help of contrast and juxtaposition. More interested in reality than fiction, observation than direction. Fujifilm X-Photographer
  • Canon 5D Classic
  • Fujifilm X-Pro1
  • Fujifilm X100S
  • Fujifilm X-Pro2
  • Fujinon XF35mm ƒ/1.4R
  • EF 50mm ƒ/1.4 USM
  • Fujinon XF18mm ƒ/2R
  • Fujinon XF56mm ƒ/1.2R
  • My left eye

MUSCAT, OMAN. AN UNEXPECTED CANON 5D TRIBUTE.

Published June 14th, 2012

I was doing one of my usual backlog dives in Lightroom and remember I had not really had a look at my photos from a recent trip to Oman I did last month. Whilst I was selecting photos for the blog-post I realised that my beloved 5D 'Classic' had just rolled over the click-count, making it past the 30,000 mark.

…and many more to come!

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QUICK TRIP TO LAGOS, NIGERIA WITH THE X-PRO1

Published June 8th, 2012

Apologies for the softness of some of these photos; they were taken from a moving car at 100km/h on my way to Victoria Island from Lagos International Airport. As you can see, although soft, the X-Pro1 autofocus works, as long as you know how to work it ;)

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Harajuku, Tokyo. In Black and White.

Published June 4th, 2012

Some photos from Harajuku in Tokyo - the 5D Classic still delivers!

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Downtown Nairobi

Published May 23rd, 2012

More hands-on tests of my new X-Pro1… the majority of these shots were taken from a moving car, so the slow Auto-Focus ability, is pretty moot in my personal experience. Learn to plan your shot better.

Again, all JPEG, with basic (and small) adjustments in Lightroom 4.

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30 Street shots with my new Fuji X-Pro1

Published May 18th, 2012

Just bought the fantastic Fuji X-Pro1 and XF 35mm F1.4 R combo and decided to give it a proper run for it’s money on the narrow streets of Old Dubai, UAE.

The Auto-focus can be on the slow side, sometimes, but not as bad as I myself thought it would be. Once the focus locks, it’s sharp and accurate many more times than my 5D + 35L used to be.

The camera is definitely not a “spray and pray” time of machine, it makes you think about your shots and concentrate on your composition. I am convinced this camera will make me a better photographer.

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