As part of True Ventures’ Founder Camp, I spent a couple of days this past week in Carmel Valley. I went on two photowalks and took photos at the camp as well. Instead of my usual Leica M-P, I borrowed a friend’s Fuji X-T1 (graphite) camera with an amazing APS-C sensor. The sensor might be smaller than the full frame 35mm cameras, but it is by no means a slouch. I used two lenses to take these photos – f2/16mm (equivalent to about 24mm on full-frame cameras) and F1.2/56mm (equivalent of about 85mm on full-frame cameras.) Here are some photos — most of them are jpeg’s right out of the camera. A handful were touched up in LightRoom.