FujiFilm X-T1 Street Portraits with Fujifilm EF-X8 Flash and Fujifilm 16-50mm Lens
How does the Fujifilm EX-F8 on-camera flash work with the Fujifilm X-T1 and Fujifilm 16-50mm lens for portrait work in extreme sunlight? Watch my video and find out! Most portrait photographer will tell you on-camera flash pointed directly at the subject is the worst light you can use. And that's true. However, sometimes that's just going to have to do! It's better than no photos at all, or photos with raccoon eyes' (resulting from harsh shadown in the eye socket due to the sun).
So if you just want to have some fun and take some portraits, and aren't on a top model, high-finance exotic shoot, it's ok to use your convenient little on-camera flash. The Fujifilm EX-F8 comes wiht most X-series models, and is very compact and discreet. Give it a shot, you might like it!
Purchase the flash here if you have lost yours, or it did not come with your camera: Fujifilm EX-F8 Hotshoe Flash (for X-series cameras) - https://amzn.to/3IuODtv
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