Fuji X100S Street Photography
UPDATE: Please see the wedding I photographed completely on the Fuji X100S!
Update! I’ve had a lot of requests to see what the images look like SOOC, without any post-processing. So, I’ve got one for you from the set below. Even before you look, I can tell you– the camera is sharp and produces beautiful tones out of the camera, even when you don’t have the most ideal settings. What I mean by that is, this shot is at ISO 1600, yet it looks wonderful. It’s also at f 2.8, which already has the reputation of being sharp on this lens, but my understanding is f/4 or 5.6 would produce an even sharper image. F/2.8 is plenty, plenty sharp! Other settings were– a shutter speed of 1/250 and shot as jpeg with all the default settings left as is. Grab the full resolution file here- Fuji X100S Photo
After receiving the new X100S from Fuji yesterday (see initial photos), I got to hit the streets of Denver today for a couple of hours. I took the camera for a little spin and it did not disappoint. I shot all these photos as jpegs files. It’s such the perfect walk around camera. Its small size and silent operation make it easy to fit in to the activity on the streets around you and discretely photograph what you want. The added functionality and performance over the X100 make it that much more of a treat to use. I am keeping an account of my findings with the new camera–its pros and cons–and will be periodically updating and adding my thoughts. Check back for that, but also be sure to check back in about a week–as my next big outing with the X100S will be to shoot an entire wedding with it.
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