Fuji X100s

My Black’n’White settings for FujiFilm Cameras | Daniel Eliasson

The FujiFilm X100s is a great camera for street photography. Small enough to always carry with you, but competent enough to produce great black’n’white photos straight out of the camera. The predefined BnW film simulations in the camera are a bit dull. The photos will be very tame with low contrast. I really like deep black’n’white photos. The darkest parts should be black and the white should be crisp but not blown out. To achieve this I usually modify the standard settings a bit. Note that if you shoot in RAW, the Monochrome settings will be lost. Set the camera to shoot JPEG or both RAW + JPEG to use the photos straight out of the camera……..

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Fuji X100S

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An Australian Autumn with the FujiFilm XT-1 and X100S |
Caveira Photography

It’s autumn in Australia! What better way to show it off than to head off into the temperate rainforests of Victoria with my FujiFilm XT-1 and X100S. Rather than rattle on about ‘performance this…’ and ‘sharpness that…’ here are some snaps from some bush-walks in some amazing forests that are less than 1 hour’s drive from Melbourne’s CBD. If you’re ever in Victoria, Australia, be sure to check out Sassafras, Ferntree Gully, and East Gippsland. Massive thanks to my good bud Theo, for taking us well off track for some of these snaps and for the lovely collection of baby leeches that tried to burrow through my shoes……

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Fuji X100S

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Thoughts on portraiture: a morning with Bridget (and the Fuji X100s) |
James Conley

I get depressed every time I see a headshot. Our sense of the “portrait” has been degraded to the most superficial and meaningless, and the headshot has now been consecrated as the most important popular image: the “selfie.” This is bad enough. But when photographers succumb to this popular misconception as a standard, it’s easy to lose hope. Like most things, a large part of the problem is the language. When a photographer is asked to make a “portrait” the photographer of course relies upon the common definition, which is informed by the popular language. This is the start of the problem, but photographers often make it worse with their conception of their “subject.” Photographers commonly talk about the “subject” of a portrait, just as we would talk about the “subject” of a product illustration. By commoditizing the object of our attention, we also limit the ways in which we think about it……..

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Fuji X100S

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Making the best of what you’ve got! | The Edge

Following on from my last post on travelling light with the X100s I thought I would take a look at what that actually means in the real world and how you can overcome and adapt to many situations. I was out in the town of Carrickfergus, walking around the Castle, Harbour and the Marine Highway on a very still grey day. The cloud cover was very low but producing some nice dramatic light as shown below in the photo of The Harbour below. Further along the marine highway is Fisherman’s Quay. Whilst on the Quay I noticed a shot of the famous Carrickfergus Castle across the water. I visualised a long exposure shot with the water and clouds nicely blurred. Normally I’d have a my X-Pro1, with several lenses, tripod and a range of Lee filters to choose from. However, when travelling with just the X100s, a spare battery and a couple of filters I had no such luxuries. Had the little Fuji reached its limit? ……

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Fuji X100S

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The Myth of More (not just another Fuji X100T review) | Randall Armor

I’ll say this right up front- what you’re about to read is not a review of the Fujifilm X100T. That’s a good thing, because I’m a lousy camera reviewer. So if that’s what you’re looking for, stop reading now and hightail it over to one of the many excellent camera review sites instead. You know the ones. Just don’t forget to help support these reviewers’ growing families and camera collections by clicking thru to one of their fine sponsoring vendors. You see, I’m in this for the pictures. I’m not a paid shill or toady for Fuji or any other manufacturer, although I would gladly cash their check in the unlikely event that they chose to send me one. I just bought a new Fuji X100T and I’m really impressed by it. But let’s get one thing straight here, OK? ……

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Fuji X100T

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Lost in Iran with Two Fujis | James Conley

Iran. Although home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, (dating back more than 5,000 years), since 1979 Iran is most commonly known for the Islamic Revolution that toppled Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and took 66 Americans hostage, holding them for 444 days. Iran is daily in the news, with its military activities in Syria and Yemen, its support of Hezbollah, endless negotiations over its nuclear program, and its detention of reporters like the Washington Post’s Jason Rezaian. “Death to America” is a chant heard in televised demonstrations in Tehran, setting the outside view of Iran as a hostile one to the West. In contrast to this public view, I’ve been fortunate to know many Iranians who live in the United States, as well as abroad. Without exception, they love the United States and the common theme among them is a love of life and all it has to offer. With these contrasting experiences in mind, I determined to make a trip to Iran……

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Paris Engagement Photographer | Monique and Paul | Vincent Opoku

…in Copenhagen where we both worked in the same restaurant called Geranium” was how they met. Monique and Paul had me as their Paris Engagement Photographer and it was everything and more. I continue to pick up a camera because it enables me to build connections and share stories with people throughout the world. These two are both chefs and Paris is their home for the time being. Where as Paul is a Parisian through and through, Monique is originally from San Francisco. Food plays a big part in their story so we decided to head to a market, pick out some of bits, then find somewhere to sit and tucked in. It was the perfect afternoon in Paris to have an open picnic by The Seine River and trade stories. We discussed the favourite places we have travelled to so far (Paul’s happened to be Chicago – yep – even Monique was surprised) and some of the plans we for the future. After the picnic, we headed back to theirs where they got changed. Without a concrete plan we hit the streets of Paris again ; We roamed about – caught the sunset at the Louvre and carried on walking until we ended up at Arc De Triomphe……

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Istanbul on Exposure | Jim Tardio

We spent an all too short three days in the bustling city of Istanbul, Turkey. The people were engaging and the atmosphere was intoxicating. Istanbul is truly a crossroads for all cultures and beliefs. With a sweep of your eyes you can see a mix of Americans wearing shorts to Muslim women in Burkas, and everything in between…all in perfect harmony. It’s a city meant for walking. Stroll the Spice Bazaar and Grand Bazaar, mingle with the merchants on the banks of the Bosphorus, sample the food and drink the tea. It’s all good…….

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Fuji X100S

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My affair with Fuji… | Bill Gekas

As most people know I’ve been shooting with the Pentax system since I started photography when I was shooting film using a Pentax ME-Super and K1000 bodies which I still have in some cupboard somewhere. I never considered switching systems as the Pentax system was always adequate for what I was doing and once they brought out their digital bodies I continued with their digital cameras as I could use my older manual focus prime lenses on their latest bodies. By that time I also had invested enough into the system that switching to any other system would have been a costly exercise with no real gain or benefit with my work so i’ve been happily doing what I do with the system, but after almost 20 years of shooting with Pentax i’m now at a crossroads…..

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Fujifilm X100s & Accessories

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How I Use Black Tape on My Fujifilm X100 for Street Photography |
Olafs Osh

You can solve everything with black tape. If not, you just don’t have enough tape. In this post, I’ll show you how I prepare my Fujifilm X100 camera for street shooting. It will cover my specific style of shooting, so some things might not work for you. Here’s how I shoot: I shoot fully manual except for Auto ISO, which I set on 1600 or 3200. For the most part I use zone focusing and tend to keep the camera in my palm and inside my jacket’s pocket (that will be obvious below). Lets start with the bottom. Piece of tape covers the speaker. It does prevent moisture and dust from entering a camera, especially that, if you put it down, you’ll probably do it bottom facing down. No need to worry about dusty table or spilled/beer/milk. And since I have muted all the sounds and don’t do any video recording, speakers are useless………

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