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Noe Todorovich is a Washington, DC based lifestyle photographer, and this is her blog. She shares musings, travels, photographs, tips, suggestions and more.

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Canon 7D v. Fuji X-T1

Noe Todorovich

I was curious about how well the Fuji X-T1 would stand up against the Canon 7D. On top of that, I ordered a new ring light recently, so when it arrived, I figured I would try it out as well as do a little comparison. I thought it might be fun to share a few sample shots and see if you can tell which one is taken with which camera. As you can see, no one else was around so I was my own test subject. Selfie surplus! 

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Could you tell which photos were taken with which camera? What gave it away? Share below in the comments! Want to see the poll results? Click here.

Retro Camera

Gina Todorovich

All the pictures in my previous post were taken with my cell phone, in part because I can be lazy to carry around my Canon 30D and also because I find it takes pretty good quality pictures. It also allows me to edit the pictures fairly easily. And there are several apps that allow for manipulating your pictures in various ways.

I've begun seeing more and more of my friends using Instagram, and I'll have to admit, I was a little jealous when I realized there isn't an Android version. So I looked to see what Android does offer for photography apps that process pictures in a style that I like. I found Retro Camera. And I have to admit that I've become minorly obsessed. I love the way the pictures look. I only wish I could apply the different looks after I took a picture.

Here are sample images from each of the five camera models available. Click on any thumbnail to view a larger version.              


The Pinhole Camera           The Little Orange Box        Xolaroid 2000             The FudgeCan                  The Bärbl     

What's your favorite photo app?