I mentioned yesterday that I was less excited by the Porsches this year. I promptly documented the vehicles, doing my best to minimize the number of people in the frame — I accomplished that quickly. Then, I decided to do street photography within the exhibit to show the visitor’s interactions with the cars.
I used the Fujifilm X-S10 with the Fuji 16mm f2.8 lens, a 24mm full-frame equivalent. Being so wide, it’s different from a typical street photography lens. However, it worked well in a confined space. The camera and lens combo were also small, which often works better for blending in.
This last picture is the only one I shot with the Fujifilm GFX 50S II. It’s primarily a car picture, showing visitors in the increasingly busy space. When I first entered, it was relatively sparse, and the crowds multiplied. Luckily, I was able to document the cars early on.
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