X-E3: Alex Liverani x Street Photography / FUJIFILM


For my trip to Sri-Lanka
I chose the new X-E3, the smallest and lightest camera
of the Fujifilm X Series, with EVF and
interchangeable lenses. Street photography has
always fascinated me for the complicity between
anticipation and casualty. On the street, we are not looking
for images, but images finds us. During my trip I used only one lens, the FUJINON XF18mmF2 R, equivalent to 27mm, a versatile and perfectly balanced
lens compared to this body. It is extremely suitable if
you want to be in the scene and if you like to place subjects
on different sequential planes. I love the mix between natural
light and artificial light, part of my pictures I got using
an off camera flash, the EF-X500. I think this helps to give
three-dimensionality, surrealism and plasticity
to the subjects. The new 24MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III
sensor delivers sharp, vibrant images. The road always surprises you, you can walk next to an elephant or have
to help the police to push a tuc tuc. I love crossing the gaze and
photographing strangers, at the same instant as
we hit the shutter, that people stop being
stranger in some way, and we always brought them with us. Convenient 3″ Touch Screen LCD and new
focus lever to move the focus point. On busy trains traveling to Colombo, scenes change frantically and the new 8fps
burst shooting mode can be of great help. The camera is far more than
just a recording device, the new X-E3 is the perfect way
to keep us excited every day.

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