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Hello everybody!

 

I would like to show you some of my first landscape photos with the X-T2 from my trip to Iceland some weeks ago.

Before I changed to a mirrorless system camera I had a Canon EOS 6D before. I have to say going back to APS-C was a hard decision for me, I've never had any problems with the image quality of the 6D even Canon build not the best sensors at the moment, but as a travel camera and in some other situations I wasn't that happy anymore with it. I used parallel to it an X100T which I loved, but I needed a system with interchangable lenses. I had so much fun with the little Fuji and read so many positive reviews about the newer X-Trans III sensor that I decided to sell the Canon and all my lenses to buy an X-T2.

With my, at the moment, four primes and the great body I had never so much fun before while photographing.

Iceland was a great test for the system and I'm looking forward to the next holidays with it.

 

But now enough words and time for some photos of the trip (most with my girlfriend on it) - hope you like it!

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Skaftafellsjökull #1 / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Búðakirkja / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Diamond Beach / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Selfoss / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Thakgil / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Thakgil #2 / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Brunnhorn / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Stokksnes / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

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Wow!

i've been in Iceland for three weeks now, but I don't think that even one of my pictures looks like that.

Did you like your long(er) lens?

 

That's great to hear! Where are you now?

I have to say I love the 90mm - I bought it just a week before my trip started and I think most of my photos were shot with this lens. I hope I can show you some more processed in the next days but I don't have that much time at the moment...

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Home again.

I had the same thing going with the XF16 1.4. Got it shortly before the trip and shot almost everything with it. (Except for animals etc. that was done with the 100-400)

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A small update

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Reynisfjara / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Lost / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Mýrdalsjökull / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

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Hello everybody!

 

I would like to show you some of my first landscape photos with the X-T2 from my trip to Iceland some weeks ago.

Before I changed to a mirrorless system camera I had a Canon EOS 6D before. I have to say going back to APS-C was a hard decision for me, I've never had any problems with the image quality of the 6D even Canon build not the best sensors at the moment, but as a travel camera and in some other situations I wasn't that happy anymore with it. I used parallel to it an X100T which I loved, but I needed a system with interchangable lenses. I had so much fun with the little Fuji and read so many positive reviews about the newer X-Trans III sensor that I decided to sell the Canon and all my lenses to buy an X-T2.

With my, at the moment, four primes and the great body I had never so much fun before while photographing.

Iceland was a great test for the system and I'm looking forward to the next holidays with it.

 

But now enough words and time for some photos of the trip (most with my girlfriend on it) - hope you like it!

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Skaftafellsjökull #1 / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Búðakirkja / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Diamond Beach / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Selfoss / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Thakgil / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Thakgil #2 / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Brunnhorn / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

 

Stokksnes / Iceland by Sebastian Warneke

Beautiful shots. I intend heading to Iceland to get some shots next year. Hope I can reach something close to this standard.

 

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Beautiful shots. I intend heading to Iceland to get some shots next year. Hope I can reach something close to this standard.

 

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Thank you Kentman! Nice to hear that - what time do you plan to visit Iceland?

 

Sorry, I only just loked at these but I enjoyed them very much. Great photography.

 

Thank you BobJ!

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