Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2012 Designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei, shot with the Fuji X-Pro1
I didn’t really know what to expect from the camera or from me. I’m so used to shooting with a tripod and shift lens. The Fuji feels different, in a lovely way. It’s so portable, and light compared to what I normally carry around with me for a shoot. I only have one lens though, so I’m restricted with what I can do.
I headed to the Serpentine to check out this years pavilion. The light was poor and the grey clouds above me were threatening rain. The Pavilion was a muted brown tone…
I didn’t do exciting things with the camera today, I’m still finding my feet with it… I love the fact you can shoot wide open at F1.4 but somehow this didn’t work for the pavilion. I grabbed a coffee, sat down and found the only bright thing about the day was my red clogs… my next adventure with the X-Pro1 will need a little more colour….
Until the next time
moi moi for now