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Hello,

I'm Virginie from Ghent-Belgium.

I have been shooting quite for some years on Canon FF but switched to Fuji mainly due to weight.
When testing out my Fuji's I was so surprised by the quality of the system I became a Fuji die hard 😁.

I'm mainly a infrared, black and white shooter.

I still shoot with X-T1's because they fullfill all my needs and wishes.
I have a regular one and a converted 700nm IR one.

Looking forward to see some great photography of you all.

Greez,

Virginie

 

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