Here is a gallery of photographs taken by Damien Lovegrove using the Fujifilm GFX50s and GF 32-64mm f/4 lens.
Fujifilm GF 32-64mm F4 R LM WR Lens
I knew I needed a 32mm lens as my core optic when shooting portraits with the GFX because it’s the equivalent of my favoured 24mm on full frame and 16mm on the X-series. At the GFX launch the zoom was my only wide lens option. Wow! What a great lens it is. The 32-64mm zoom completely exceeded my expectations. The bokeh is calm without swirls or busyness. It renders the background in a low contrast manner that lets the picture pop effortlessly. The background still tells the story, It’s not obliterated but it supports the subject in a subtle, beautiful way. I always shoot with a tripod and here is a collection of my recent work with this lens.