“People only see what they are prepared to see.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Just over a week ago. It was a sunny and atypically wintery Saturday morning here in New England. Atypical insomuch as I’m sitting here in mid-January amidst 62 degrees of near-Spring weather (Note 1). Not so a week and a half earlier, though, when the three of us landed in a nearby state park to photograph the snow and ice filled landscape. Joey, Ed, Rey. Three photographers with three visions.
We invite you to tour the park through our eyes. Ed shot with his new Sony NEX 6 while Joey put the Olympus OM-D E-M5 to good use. I used the Fujifilm X-E1. Coincidentally, these three cameras are the three hot (and much acclaimed) mirrorless systems as we speak. We previously reviewed the OM-D (see here) and NEX 6 (here). Look for an X-E1 write-up soon.
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