Studio Shoot with GF23mm & GF110mm

Updated: Aug 31, 2020

This Studio Shoot with 23mm & 110mm lenses actually took place before I was lucky enough to own my GFX50R camera. I shot it using the 50S before the 50R had even been released.


It was in June of 2017 that I had the opportunity to take part in a day’s Fujifilm GFX shoot with David Stanbury. David is a highly skilled wedding photographer and you only have to look at his work to appreciate his skill.


The only GF lens that I own is the 32-64mm which is a wonderful all round lens. However on this shoot I had access to the 50S plus the GF110mm F2 and the GF23mm F4. Both of this lenses were cracking lenses, but I really liked using the 110mm the most. Equivalent to an 87mm lens at F1.6 on a full frame camera it makes a fine portrait lens. I was blown away by the resolution of the 50S and these brilliant lenses. The 23mm is razor sharp and would be a terrific Lens for landscape work. I didn’t use this lens as much and have included a couple of images of the model alongside the car In the studio.


Girl and car in studio shoot with Fujifilm GFX

Girl and car in studio shoot with Fujifilm GFX

It has taken me two years to finally get my own GFX camera. I opted for the 50R partly on cost and partly because I felt it was a better option for my way of working. Love the look and handling of the 50S but I felt the 50R would be more of an everyday camera. Teamed with the 32-64mm I can cover most situations. However both the 23mm & 110mm would be lenses I would love to use again. As I cannot afford the outlay at present I may hire them if and when I have a specific need for one of them. In the meantime I will continue exploring the possibilities offered by my current combo.


Here are a selection of images I took with the GF110mm lens.

Model photoshoot with Fujifilm GFX

Model photoshoot with Fujifilm GFX

Model photoshoot with Fujifilm GFX

Model photoshoot with Fujifilm GFX



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