The Phantom was here.

Yesterday, I had the chance to see a friend play an amazing organ at an old Church in Philadelphia.  She was amazing and the sound of the organ incredible. As we waited for Liz to play, I grabbed this shot with my Fuji X-E1 resting on the railing.   I am very pleased with this one.  As for the title, one of the passages Liz played had some grumbly low notes mixed in with Phantom of the Opera melodies.  It was terrific, I only wish my mom could have been there!  Remember to click on the image to make it bigger!

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  1. Terri Eddinger May 2, 2013 at 3:21 pm #

    Love it!

  2. e-dude May 6, 2013 at 4:31 pm #

    Very nice.

  3. Bob Towery May 21, 2013 at 11:37 pm #

    Wow, just love this shot. Amazing how all the equipment focuses our eye on the keyboards. Perfect for B&W as well!

  4. Bud James September 29, 2013 at 11:21 am #

    Great review on the Fuji X Pro 1 and X-E1. Nice shot of Font Hill. I have an office in Doylestown and live about 15 minutes away. There are so many photo opportunities in Doylestown. I have led two NAPP Worldwide Photo Tours through the historic spots in Doylestown.
    I just purchased my Fuji X-E1 with 18-55 “kit” lens and Zeiss 12mm and 32mm Touit lenses. The image quality is awesome for such a compact system. I’m interested in doing more street photography which is why I purchased the X-E1. Now after seeing the results from it and enjoying the light weight, I think that this might be my travel kit when I go to China next year. Perhaps the X Pro “2” will be out by then. If so, I will buy a body complete the kit.
    I’ve been a Canon shooter since high school (40 years). My current bodies are a 1Ds Mark III and 5D Mark III. I have a range of “L” glass, including a 17mm T/S, along with Zeiss 21mm and 100mm lenses. It weighs a ton compared the the X-E1 kit.
    The next time that you are in the Doylestown, PA area, please look me up for lunch or coffee.

    Thanks and best regards,
    Bud James

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