I usually take only one shot during photography, without giving myself the second chance. Sounds like taking film pictures? Yes, it is. To keep pushing shutters doesn't help you make good images, the random shots only make you get something by luck.
By thousand times of training, my mind is clearer and the target is closer to achieve. I prefer to capture image with soul, but not only the surface, either in portrait or landscape. The atmosphere, sensation and mood, are all that I pursue. My principle is - "Thinking before Shooting, instead of Fixing after Shooting". Composition by eyes instead of by camera; eventually, by heart instead of by eyes.
The compact Fujifilm XT-1 camera body enables me carrying stuff without burden, merges myself into the fields and crowds. The image quality is good enough to be competitive with DSLR, it is amazing to see how beautiful works made with Fujifilm. The fine crafted XF lenses are well designed for completing 99% of my mission, no matter when I use 16mm/F1.4, 23mm/F1.4, 35mm/F1.4 or 56mm/F1.2. Fujifilm helps me find the soul of photography, the ultimate scenario beyond borders.