It's been a fertile year with the (not so) new (anymore) X-T20. Just blopped a huge stack of shots on my website on top of the reams and reams from the last 10 months. Hit a plateau with my learning curve with the thing, I'm basic, I really just want to shoot manual and minimally process. There are so many nooks and crannies inside this thing that I just can't be bothered with. Every time I find a new feature that I might think is interesting, I use it for a couple of days then forget where the hell it is in there. Who needs it? F-stop/Shutter speed/aperture... that's what it's all about and I just love the tactile reminiscence I get while using it. The one thing I'll say though, is that I have to remember to TURN THE DAMN THING OFF before shoving it in my bag. There's an 'on/off' switch, dummy! Hundreds of shots of the back of the lens cap because the nostalgic experience I'm really really enjoying also seems to help me forget there's more than just a light meter battery in there like my K1000. Actually, there's a frustratingly weak-ass battery in there so, when I DO forget to slip the switch over to 'off', I not only get 174 shots of black, but a dead battery. That is a drawback. But I'm happy to carry extra batteries and occasionally spend time deleting a bunch of non-pictures if it means I get to have this little lugger in my hands every few days.
Just a few shots. from the weekend.
MANY more can be found at kreddibletrout.com. All the way back to scans of prints from the beginning of my learning curve 20 years ago, through my 'digital sellout' days of '06 and all through the years. Too much.