I used the Fuji 55-200mm zoom alone to do these stark compositions of some of New York's bridges in black and white.
|Abstract detail of the Manhattan Bridge shows how really sharp the Fuji 55-200mm zoom really is.|
|Abstract composition of cabling on the Manhattan Bridge|
|The Brooklyn Bridge framed by highway girders. In this shot and the one below I blasted out the sky by increasing the contrast to provide a high contrast graphic composition.|
|The Manhattan Bridge framed by some highway support girders.|
|The Brooklyn Bridge|
|Shipping cranes along the East River frame the Verrazano Narrows Bridge off in the distance|
Continuing with my theme of shooting long lenses on the X-E1, I used a Nikon-to-Fuji-X G-lens adapter to mount a Nikon 80-400mm lens plus teleconverter to photograph the full moon we had over Manhattan.
|Taken with the Fuji X-E1 and Nikon 80-400mm zoom with a 2x converter.|
|This image of the full moon with a passing airplane was taken with the Nikon 80-400mm zoom plus a 1.4x converter mounted on the Fuji X-E1|
|For comparison, this is the same scene with the Fuji 55-200mm zoom set to 200mm focal length.|