Fuji x100/S/T/F Owners Thread

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Great. I’ve often thought (still do) about buying another X-T2. But there’s something about the X100F......
Variety is the spice of life, allegedly. My X-T2 does what it does very well, but won't do what I want from the X100 (ie compact enough to stick in a small bag or pocket and use around the family without irritating them too much )
 
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Parkland walk

I met these two friendly people on my weekend walk. I’ve had the X100 for about 18 months. It has its issues, and sometimes I miss have the option of changing lens.
But I’m learning loads working with these restraints.

X100
 
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Taken for a walk

I was trying to get a pic of the dog, but when I looked later it was a different narrative.
I converted it to mono as it pushed the background further back. I cropped the back of the dog to suggest it’s not the main subject.
Trying to get narrative into photos is hard.


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Taken for a walk

I was trying to get a pic of the dog, but when I looked later it was a different narrative.
I converted it to mono as it pushed the background further back. I cropped the back of the dog to suggest it’s not the main subject.
Trying to get narrative into photos is hard.


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I really envy photographers who can 'see' the image before they take it. That never happens with me and I invariably end up cropping the image to make the picture - I 'see' the image when it's on the computer screen and by then, it's too late. That's why I'll never be a good photographer. Very frustrating.
 
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