I have been having fun with the above X100F camera, but it is time to get back to business. Today I have a request from Homewood to make some pictures that will most likely require that I use the XF 14mm lens. I have had it for a while but haven’t really had a requirement to use it until now. Since I haven’t been using my X-E3 or X-T2 for a short while, I got them out to make sure the batteries were charged and decide which lenses I would need in addition to the 14mm lens.
I used the 14mm lens to make the above image of the X100F sitting on my computer table. I like the 14mm lens, but it requires a little more thought when using it. Primarily I need to try and keep it close to level to minimize distortions. In the above image I was close, but I wanted this particular view, so I had to use my LR Classic software to make the vertical lines parallel. If you don’t keep the camera level, you end up cropping out the edges of the image if you use LR to straighten it.