Meet X-Photographer: Victoria Wright

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X-Photographer strip BLACKVictoria Wright moved to Seattle from eastern Washington in 2007 to finish her degree and finally be in the city she loved. Inspired by her grandfather’s ability to create and share a beautiful moment with brushes on canvas, Victoria took an interest in photography early in life; however, she did not pursue it seriously until moving to Seattle and did not transition this passion into a profession until 2013, when social media began opening doors which allowed her to share with a larger audience.

6178069088 Victoria Wright, captured by Kelly Victoria

When Instagram came to Android in 2012, Victoria experimented with mobile photography and began to connect with other users around the world. Her recognition on social media quickly grew and she helped build the Instagrammers Seattle community as a manager, organizing photo walks, charity events, exhibits, and more in the larger Pacific Northwest (PNW) region. She also began to have…

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Flying High with the Fujifilm X-T2 X Series Camera

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Fujiflm X-T2 X-Series Camera Fujiflm X-T2 X-Series Camera

The recently announced Fujifilm X-T2 X Series digital camera is what I can consider part of the next level of Fujifilm’s mirrorless system. I say next level because the bar has already been set pretty high by both Fujifilm’s previous cameras and some other recent additions to the mirrorless market by Sony and others. It is no longer sufficient to bring a camera into the market based on size and weight alone; photographers are demanding great image quality, fast AF, high quality video, and high-resolution. Any camera in the mirrorless world has to compete with a lot of really great cameras. Mirrorless technology is picking up speed and Fujifilm at the front of the race.

Specs never tell the whole story though, so Fujifilm was nice enough to let Midwest Photo shoot a pre-production model of the Fujifilm X-T2 for a couple of days. Fujifilm gave us the camera with the Vertical…

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