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Hey, this is a new member and new entree into the Fuji-clan. I am Oliver. Actually, I am a music composer based in Germany, through my travel and work, I noticed that I can’t stop to take pictures on the way. After the last 8 years only shooting with a smartphone, I purchase for the first time a new digital camera, a CANON 200D, in this month I got my first Fuji-Camera, an X-T30 with kit lens 18-55mm F2.8-4.0. I am pretty happy with it, to be honest, it is not the fastest system, but I also like the surprise which this system creates. With this cam, I could work on my portrait more with my own sensitivities on the people, especially for male portrait.

I would like to know if any the photography association could join especially for me in Germany.

For exchange I am glad to see you visit my instagram:

www.instagram.com/oliver_espace

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