Touch and Shoot

A camera app manual mode concept

Recently I sold my first and probably my last physical camera, a Fujifilm E-X2 with a Fujinon XF 35mm F2 lens. I did it because I was afraid to use it, whenever I thought of going out to take some photos I had to program it, feel in the right mood, feel able to manage an “exceptional” event.

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Mariano Viola

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Team leader at Accurat. Technologist, designer, amateur photographer, avid walker.

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