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Capture the amazing Fall with your Fujifilm camera

This is the time of year that all of us photographers – especially landscape photographers – look forward to. The fall. Behind are months of intense sunshine, clear skies, warmth. With it comes the most beautiful light – low and sloping – the foggy mornings, the decent hours of sunrise and sunset. The woods gain another charm, with the bursting of leaf colors in orange-brown, yellow tones. Very green moss by the waterfalls, with the sun trying to penetrate through the treetops. All together and we have the magic recipe for spectacular photographs. All you have to do is add your Fujifilm camera to record the fall, all its colors, all its light. In this article, I’ll leave some tips on how you can use it to record the essence of this season into your photos.

Fuji X-T1 . Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 @18mm . f/2.8 . 1/125″ . ISO 200

Equipment
I would almost necessarily have to start by talking about the equipment. As people, of course, we can appreciate all the beauty that fall has to offer. But then our photographer side comes in and it is impossible not to record the best moments of this season. And for that, we need a camera. And for that, we can count on our Fujifilm.

You don’t have to buy or have the most expensive ones. Strictly speaking, any Fuji camera you have will be perfectly fine to get fantastic pictures.

The set I use and trust to photograph the fall is a Fuji X-T2, or the Fuji X-E3, with Fuji XF14mmF2.8, Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 lenses and Fuji XF55-200mmF3.5-4.8 telephoto lens. But if you only have one Fuji X-T100 with the Fuji XC15-45mm, I’m sure you’ll be able to capture all the beauty and color of this magical time.

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