I've published an article on the Dear Susan website that forms the first of a short series of 3 pieces on travel to cities in South East Asia, and different aspects of my approach to street portraiture. The first piece is written from Kuala Lumpur, the capitol of Malaysia, and talks about the city and my attitude and approach when photographing street portraiture. I use Sony E mount cameras and lenses. Dear Susan is a collaborative website with articles written by a number of members on different subjects, but mostly around the themes of travel photography and photography as art. Please do take a look at the article and leave a comment on the Dear Susan website, or here, and let me know what you think.
Well, more bad news about my X-Pro 2.
I've just returned from a nights shooting, checking my gear, and putting it away.
I noticed that the entire shutter assembly has fallen off, and I can see down inside the camera.
So, I can't turn it on, let alone take pictures.
A few months ago, my entire eyepiece assembly fell off, that was two weeks repair at Fuji UK, now another crucial part of the camera has fallen off.
Not what I expect from as supposedly "professional" camera.
Have to say, I am getting really fed up with this camera falling apart on me.