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I love the effect the 90mm lens achieves when shooting close up w/ wide apertures. I know that the Fuji is great for candids, portraits and landscapes, but I find this combination can be very effective for making still life images. 

 

We have several fruit trees in our backyard and over the years, I end up shooting some of the fruit that ends up on our table. 

 

A few others can be seen at my 500px account: post-5247-0-39824100-1470856387_thumb.jpg https://500px.com/dapop

 

 

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