GFX 50s, GF110mm f2, ISO100
My GFX was on loan for a good while and now that I have it back and my Godox Flashes and trigger are up to date, it was time for some fun!
Driving 10 minutes from my house into the fields with my best bud Gabriel.
He’s usually the one I call when I want to go out and shoot portraits.
I couldn’t wait for the 4×5 adapter… I wanted to get creative.
So I made myself an adapter with the back of a photo frame.
I also had a broken Linhof 120mm camera. I love to build stuff with tape and glue.
Here is the result.
I had my friends over for dinner so I had my setup ready.
I was very surprised by the quality of this old lens.
Obviously Linhof is a well-reputed company but it’s still very old.
Here are a few shots with the setup.
My friend Olivier just got back from his eurotrip and came by to eat a poutine.
As usual I wanted to make some tests with the GFX.
Popup Ring Flash
I like to play around with my gear.
What’s amazing it’s that it’s also part of my job.
I usually use the 120mm exclusively with the GFX for portraits but I wanted to use the 63mm for a change.
The sharpness is still amazing and the transition is super smooth.
I also wanted to play with my Octogone/Grid.
What do you do when you want to shoot something but you are alone?
Acros + R
Back when the GFX wasn’t out yet, Oliver helped me out with a few videos.
I had just gotten my new popup ring flash and we were playing around with it.
I love the light it gives, kind of harsh then smoothen out quickly.
The 120mm was already my favorite, we’ll see what happens when the 110mm f2 comes out.
See the details here
Back in 2016 I went and did a little shoot with Gabriel at the school next to my place.
Turns out the tiny picnic tables matched the colours on track so we tried to get creative.
It was also my first time test driving the 90mm f2 out.
Classic Chrome really gave the look I wanted for the shots.
Shot on the X-T2
With a minimal setup at my friend’s apartment I wanted to snap a few shots of his brother and try the new grid I just received for my octogone.
I also wanted to shoot the 32-64mm since it’s been the neglected one for me even though I know how good it is, I find myself always going towards the 120mm.
Both Shot on the GFX50s @1/125th ISO100
More shots from the session with Joe Bel.
Shooting square reminds me of my old 500CM. She wanted some shots with the red bricks because apparently they don’t really have that in Lyon, Well when I saw this blue wall I could already see the contrast with her brown coat in Classic Chrome.
An other request from her was the iron curvy set of stairs outside the apartment buildings, Montreal don’t realize that but apparently it’s unique to Montreal.
More on that Later.
120mm F4 Macro @F4
Octogon Box with 2 TT600