Slovenia has a beautiful natural area that every year hosts travellers from around the world, attracted by the charm of forests, crystal clear rivers and the huge underground caves. In this context, the Triglav’s park is an excellent destination for a nice and relaxing vacation. There are so many interesting points to take pictures! During our trip we stopped in Tolmin, Kobarid and Bovec following some of the suggested itineraries, such as the one that brings in Tolmiska Korita. The photos below were taken with the Fuji X100T, a very small camera easy to carry with you on all the occasions! A feature that Fuji X100T has and it proved to be very useful is the native ND filter that lowers exposure to 3 stops: I’ve used it in the opening photo of this article. By activating this filter and stepping down the aperture to f/16 you are able to take the photos with the exposure time of one second so you obtain the effect of moving water!
Photo session in the studio with Veronica. For these pictures I wanted to use both the Fuji X-T1 with the 35mm f/1.4 and the Canon 5D Mk2 with 100mm macro. The big problem I had was with the wireless flash trigger that would not work well with Fuji. Then I’ve worked only with continuous light using the modeling lamp of the flash by lifting a bit the Iso and managing the light i was having. I created the contrast of the last images using only a beauty dish: I love the kind of light that you can get with this modifier!
I can confirm that the additional lens performs very well indeed! Contrast and colors are very pleasing as with the original 35mm lens of the X100T. Looking at the details
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