A few weeks ago, I embarked to Cebu for the second time as I attended Cebu Food Crawl 2017 and also “me time” away from work. Been there for a week of food adventure and sightseeing around Sugbu. I was fascinated by what did Fujifilm X-A3 makes my stay in the Queen City of the South.
I’m an amateur photographer and did my first photog stint last June for Britney Spears concert that was held at Mall of Asia Arena. Though planning to try out basic photography and buy a professional camera, but when I tried out the mirrorless revolution of X-A3, every shot that I did were fab.
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While in Cebu, I was able to try its Panorama function. You have to pan the direction you want to take a photo from left to right or up and down. I thought I have to long press the button the recording…it’s not.
Before the plane took off to Cebu, I was able to record a video using X-A3 with continuous focus adjustment.
During my stay in Cebu, I was able to check out museums around the city. Took photos using Portrait enhancer.
One of the things that I love X-A3 is taking food shots. When I took this photo below using the Autofocus option, the crisp of the vibrant colors appears.
While waiting for my flight going back to Manila, I was able to try the Advanced Filters such as Fish Eye, Pop Color, and Partial Color.
I will recommend Fujifilm X-A3 for those who are planning to try photography like me. It’s handy and also if you’re focusing on food and portrait shots, it’s easy to use.
Christian Melanie Lee is a freelance social media manager and web developer. She also devoted her time managing her food blog, and music/concert blog. One of the Hootsuite Ambassador for the Philippines since 2014 and currently working as social media manager for the local band, The Itchyworms.
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