I continue to be amazed at the images I'm creating straight out of the Fuji XT-2. Although I've always done minimal post processing, I find that in general I'm doing even less which is nice since my day job entails sitting behind a computer 9 hours a day. Spending less time behind a computer concerning my photography is greatly appreciated. In addition, what continues to amaze me is the image stabilization built into the lenses. For the image of the heron footprint and leaf, I would have typically used my tripod; however, this was not possible because the tripod would have slowly sunk into the marsh muck. Therefore, I had no choice but to slip on a pair of rubber boots and walk in. Surprisingly, I was able to take this image hand-held at ISO 800, F/16, at a shutter speed of 1/26 second. I could have never done this hand-held before. I love the simplicity of this image.