Fuji X100s

Madrid Market | Jim Henderson

The market of San Miguel off the Calle Mayor is a bustling market attracting many tourists but also serving locals alike. The people who earn their living there work very hard and have long hours. At the end of a days work you can easily see the tiredness on their faces. These photographs were shot on a Fuji X 100S or a Fuji XT1 with the 16mm – 55mm lens. Information in exif data for shooting setup for each photograph……..

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X-PLR | Marrakesh | V. Opoku

Marrakesh ; Beautiful and Chaotic. This short trip to Marrakesh served as a timely reminder of why I love travelling. I want to see the world. I want to educate myself. I want to grow and develop as a person. I travel to explore and experience different cultures and to see things through the perspective of others. I travel to build connections and trade stories, to try new foods and hear different music. “The further I get, the further I want to go” – There is so much more out there! I had a great time exploring this mystical city with the awesome folks at Travel Noire, let’s do it again sometime……..

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Fine Art Portraiture with the Fuji X Series – An Interview |
Bill Gekas

Welcome to our series of 100 interviews we will be holding with photographers who use mirrorless cameras for their work! “Switching to a smaller and lighter system” has become somewhat a buzz phrase as of late, but many working photographers take this philosophy seriously. From medical reasons such as resolving back and shoulder pain to the simple realisation that bigger does not mean better, photographers are turning to mirrorless systems now more than ever before. This week’s interview is with Bill Gekas, a self-taught portrait photographer from Melbourne who rose to fame with his fine art portraits of his daughter Athena. Originally a Pentax user, he switched to the Fujifilm X series for his work last year, investing first in the X100s and then in the X-E1 and X-T1. His photographs have been featured in various publications and media outlets including BBC, NBC Today, ABC News, Daily Mail and others…….

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Fuji X-T1

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A Summary of 2015 and our Favourite Images of the Year |
Olaf Sztaba

As this year comes to an end it is our turn to look back. Although 2014 was a year of transformation, search and renewal, this year could best be described as full-steam ahead. Our way of seeing has evolved and become more demanding. The general appeal of pretty, attractive, colourful and easy has gradually been replaced by unique, creative, emotional, difficult and simplified ways of seeing. As a result, 2015 was a year when the fruit of our 2014 detour ripened and we regained control on our route to seeing. Fortunately, we are not alone on this journey. You used your valuable time to visit our pages, view our imagery and read our essays. What a privilege! We are especially thankful for your commentary and for sharing your stories and experiences. We read them all and enjoyed every contact. There are so many people to thank for your generous support that it is impossible to name everyone. Thank you all. You know whom we are talking about……

Source: olafphotoblog.com
 


Fuji X-T1

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Why Fujifilm X100S is the best camera I’ve ever owned | Alex Coghe

Yes. I know this post will create debates. Expecially because my name has been connected for a long time to Leica, in particular to Leica X2, the only Leica I ever owned. But, yes, I consider Fujifilm X100S the best digital camera I’ve ever owned. And here I am to explain my reasons. The Fujifilm X100S has a fixed 23mm lens, which is the equivalent to a 35mm, my favourite focal lenght. The lens is fantastic because is a real pancake, this makes it perfect for a street photographer because we are talking about a non-detachable lens. The camera offers you an hybrid viewfinder and it is a camera focused on dials. The silent mode is another great feature for photographers in need to be inconspicuous when working in public places…….

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Fuji X100S

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Bangkok Floating Market | John Grubb

John Grubb is IT supporter who love to travel with his wife. He use Fujifilm X-Pro1 and a Fujifilm X100S cameras to shoot this colorful images of Bangkok Floating Market. My name is John Grubb. I have been working in IT support for the better part of 20 years now and do enjoy this as a career. I am married to a wonderful lady and we’ve traveled quite extensively over the past 15 years, mostly to Mexico. We’ve also enjoyed trips to Cuba, The Bahamas, Hawaii, France, England, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. It is my wife that is responsible for my travel bug even prior to our marriage but it was our wedding photographer that planted the little seed that became a passion for photography…..

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Fujifilm TCL-X100 Review | Bradley Hanson

I’ve been photographing weddings all over the world since 1999, shooting with Fujifilm X-Series cameras for 3 years. I switched completely from a Nikon DSLR system cold turkey in December of 2012. My first Fujifilm camera was the X-Pro1, but it was actually the original X100 that caught my eye as soon as I saw it gleaming beautifully from the camera shop case. As a long time Leica admirer (and I’ve used their film cameras for 16 years), I love the design overtly appropriated from the late 1950s chrome Leica M3 body, the silent operation of the leaf shutter, the analog aperture and shutter speed controls and best of all, the image quality. Fujifilm has a deservedly stellar reputation for lens design, having made lenses for their 35mm cameras for decades, as well as their revered medium format 6×7 and 6×9 professional rangefinder cameras, and Hasselblad’s XPAN panorama camera system (sold internationally as the Fuji TX-1 and TX-2) and Hasselblad’s H system of digital cameras……..

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Fuji TCL-X100

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Fujifilm X100T Review – Should you Upgrade from the X100? | Shotkit

Sometimes there are failed dates, abortive love stories. Such is my story with the Fuji X100/S/T series. I loved the original Fujifilm X100; I was won over at first sight. Unfortunately, the relationship was short. The camera was very charming, full of promises, but full of defects. The break-up was sorrowful but quick. Its successor, the Fujifilm X100S, had the same effect on me, but I was more cautious. Fuji listened to X100 users and improved on several points, including autofocus and general reactivity. But it still wasn’t “it”. I brought it with me on some assignments as a second or even third camera body, but it was not able to convince me (for professional use). The autofocus was much better, but it still had defects and the ergonomics were especially far from being perfect; special mention goes to the imprecise and practically unusable directional wheel….

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Fuji X100T

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Daily Adventures with the Fuji X100s | Matt McCord

Matt here with a short blog posts about my experience using the X100s. Right off the bat, I want to say that I don’t write technical reviews. I write reviews based off experience. I don’t pixel peep. If you want to see density and ISO charts, there are a lot of great websites that offer those. Now, with that out of the way…let me tell you about my experience with owning, and shooting everyday, at weddings, etc. with the Fuji X100s. I had the original X100, so I was already familiar with the layout of the X100s when I upgraded to it. So, there wasn’t a big learning curve with the camera for me. It might be different for you, however. One of the first things that struck me like a ton of bricks upon using the X100 for the first time was the total difference in shooting with it vs. shooting with a DSLR. Your entire way of shooting becomes different. You can see more of the world around you with the X100s if you hold the camera properly, so that one eye can see your surroundings while the other looks through the VF. More on that later…….

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Fuji X100S

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An Ode to the Fuji X100s | Sean Kelly Conway

My most influential  camera was surely the classic Leica M6 I bought mounted with a 35mm Voigtlander Color Skopar Lens (above), and kept loaded with Kodak Tri-X for nearly a year.  Inspired by my reading of „Leica as a Teacher“ I wanted to give myself some parameters and develop a cohesive style of photography for the street material I was shooting in Korea at the time. I was also in love with the greats of Leica photography, who swore by the value of this simple machine. The camera served me well, and travelled across Asia, keeping pace without miss. I learned heaps from the constraints, and if photography is sometimes called the art of omission, I can’t stress how much the constraints of a fixed lens and BW film taught me about the craft.  I loved it’s intuitiveness and inconspicuous size- easy to pack, and pull out without alerting everyone to the fact. It opened up those quiet, quick moments, when everything is illuminated- and one needs to capture things with click of their eye. Upon returning from Asia I began doing more commercial photography and my workflow shifted much more in the digital direction. I would often keep my Leica around, but found myself using it less and less. I had tanks, but no scanner, and the couple labs doing color processing in the area where expensive and sub-par (still have about 30 rolls of film in my chest). It started to gather dust, and I was finding less and less time for my personal photography. Eventually I came to sell it, luckily the hold their value impeccably well. But I needed a replacement. I looked at the Leica M, but couldn’t spend $6,000 for a mediocre digital sensor camera just because it was made in Germany. I opted for the Fuji X100s, and it became my new personal camera, that I could keep in my bag most of the time, and even take on jobs- usually just to capture an off kilter moment……..

Source: www.seankellyconway.com
 


Fuji X100S

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