I have been using this Fuji X-T1 exclusively for the past few weeks and have been experimenting with a few different lenses (35mm f/2 is really awesome!), film presets (Classic Chrome is amazing!), etc. to get a feel for the camera's limitations and sweet spots. So far, I have found very little to not love.

With that in mind, this week I decided to branch out a bit further into the Fuji world and I picked up the Fuji XF 10-24mm f/4 lens. Given that I spend most of my time shooting landscapes, architecture or events that are wide in scope, I was very excited to play around in this focal range. As with all new gear, the first thing that I did was to head out in search of something to photograph.

Having read several reviews that were glowing, I had very high hopes, but even with great expectations, I was shocked with how much I loved this lens/camera combination - it may be my go-to set up for the foreseeable future. Here are a few photographs from that day with more to come I am sure.

FUJI X-T1 w/FUJI XF 10-24MM f/4 Lens