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Hi!

Fuji X-E3 for me is like my guitar processor - rule in few presets and then use them when needed.
This is great concept. There are a lot of great preset recommendations around.
I like very much photos from Tony Levin, famous bass player (David Bowie, King Crimson, etc).

Like this one:

drummers1-w870.jpg

More here.

Can you help me with camera quick settings that can bring similar result? Something like "Tony Levin Settings"

I am shooting jpeg only and do not use post processing or any other adjustments.

 

 

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