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Panos and the Fuji x100s

I have had this little Fuji x100s for around 2 years now and I do love it, to be honest I have had my fights with it, but I still love it and for everyday going around normal life its a gem. The focus isn’t fast enough for photographing kids and I often miss shots…

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A walk around Zojo-ji Temple, making friends with my Fuji.

    This is a post for my fellow photographer, specifically the ones looking for a small alternative camera. I don’t normally write long blog posts (I don’t normally write at all do I lol) but I was having a head space photography issue the other day; partly because we just came back from summer…

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  • Thanks for the beautiful share, Cassie! I have the exact same mental block against my Fuji – you’ve inspired me to get back out there with it.ReplyCancel

    • imagesbycassandra

      Thank you Stacey! It makes my day that I might have inspired you to get back out with the fuji! That mental block is an awful pain in the butt 🙂ReplyCancel

come on just try it…

“come on just try it!” I said, to which he replied “I don’t like hotdogs”. “I know you don’t but this isn’t a hotdog its a bratwurst”, I pleaded. “Thats a funny name, I am NOT trying that!”. “Well if you don’t try it then there are no sweets for the rest of the day”….

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the crutch…

A few months ago I moved country and in true ‘me’ fashion that means I needed to change everything to adapt. Some people say I am very adaptable, I just think I am a pain in the arse and that is more likely why I adapt. My first problem was: being in the biggest city…

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  • Celeste

    All very true words! Your eye for a good photo and capturing a moment is truely a gift and you don’t need to rely on the camera to do that… It’s all you.
    After reading your words, I will now try too, to enjoy the moments. I’m usually so busy with housecleaning and other chores that I forget to enjoy my kids and the precious time I have with them!!
    Keep ‘shooting’!!
    Kisses
    CelesteReplyCancel

  • embrace that little baby, my friend! xoxoReplyCancel