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SkulmoskiMember Since 29 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Aug 23 2015 08:13 AM
I have been in Abu Dhabi for 13 years first as a professor, then Assistant Dean and now as a program manager for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. I brought with me my full Nikon kit and Mamiya 6 camera. I took lots of photos but saw the demise of film processing in this city. I bought a few novice digital cameras and eventually got a Canon G9 which I liked. But I was always on the look out for something closer to my Mamiya experience. My Canon G9 finally quit this summer and I was using my wife's Panasonic point and shoot. It is a decent camera but lacked the control I was looking for. I looked at the Fuji X100 and X-Pro1 (among others). I eventually picked up the X-Pro1 and the 35mm lens. I have read all that I could find on the Web about the camera and feel that I have a good enough understanding to use this creative tool. I really like the camera and now that I have the 56mm I doubt if I will be adding any more lens.
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Family and photography of course. I also am very interested in Gretsch drums and drumming, volunteering, Baluch antique carpets, mountaineering history, fine wines, art and scuba travel.