The Last Day.

↑ Fuji GFX 50R + GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR.

24 thoughts on “The Last Day.

  1. mewanchuk says:

    He looks like a -very- wise Swami.

    😂

  2. Guy says:

    One of my all time favorites.

  3. henry says:

    beautiful, Peter. superb use of natural light pattern. am i detecting a few modifications in your shooting style? its always been great to share your way of seeing, whether with a leica or a nikon, but this seems a different direction. perhaps a little more “formal”, tho i dislike that term, but always thoughtful and sensitive. those d__m medium format sensors encourage a slower approach but with the qualities that you, Peter, bring to play, the cameras are truly rewarding. thanks for sharing these.

    • Thanks Henry, that’s very kind of you! You’re right, the camera definitely influences the workflow.

      I can’t really take grab shots with the 50R, because the focus won’t cope under those circumstances. But there are occasions, such as in the photo above, where I want to take a more contemplative shot, and I know that in these cases the sensor will reward the effort.

  4. oh by the way, if you ever get the chance, try the Voigländer 58 on the GFX, its magical.

  5. henry says:

    i dont know if you kept any leica lenses, but when im willing to use the electronic shutter (ugh) and crop to square format, the 50 summilux 1.4 is very nice on my x1d with an adaptor. im sure the voigtlander would be too.

  6. Ashwin Rao says:

    Bt the way, great shot

  7. Hugues Faye says:

    One of your best ))) I LOOVVVE IT ( although your son is sad if I understood well )
    Btw, He will love tis capture in the futur for sure ….

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