Have you still got the xt100 Trev.?
No mate. It’s gone back. I liked it but I know I’d always pick up the X100 first.
Least you tried it
Yep. Really liked it. Once I decide on a new computer or not...who knows...
Just took delivery of my F today.... I'm in love! It may even get more use than my X-T2
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 )
Grab from this weekend, Grandson
X100f with WCL
It's Mason by Trevor, on Flickr
The view from Dunadd. Fuji X100F. Mono or colour?
The View From Dunadd (mono) by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
The View From Dunadd by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
Colour for me, Stephen
I think landscape is all about colour really - B&W just doesn't do it justice.
Definitely colour, nice to see some Green in the landscape, just Brown around here
Colour for me but if I'd only seen the B&W that would have been more than OK!
Taken at the weekend with my x100F
T120 custom by dggriff, on Flickr
Missed the sunrise.
Had a weekend in Weymouth, great to get away from London. Tried to get the sunrise pic, managed to experience a bit of the golden hour.
Wow. This shot is soooo much better on the laptop than I realised on my phone earlier today. Fantastic stuff; great detail and a cool bike to boot.
On another note, I'm absolutely loving this camera. I thought I loved the way the X-T2 handled, but this thing just begs to be picked up and shot with. A quick snapshot (yep, snapshot) of my son and I, JPEG out of cam an minor tweaks in LR.
"No Photos" by Ian Williams, on Flickr
Another pic from early morning beach walks in Weymouth.
I have had the x100mfor over a year and still enjoy using it.
It’s frustrating to use if there is any action or something in the distance.
But as a hobbyist it really makes me think about my composition and picture choices.
Weymouth had a lot of pubs. Maybe that was the reason for me failing to notice I had ISO on 3200 for the whole weekend.
Love Weymouth Love this shot.
First time visit for me. Lovely place, and I will be going back for sure.
From earlier this year - The ruined chapel at Stanton St.Gabriel in Dorset:-
Stanton St Gabriel Chapel by Andrew R, on Flickr
Now reduced to the “preserved” partial shell of the Chapel walls and one remaining house, this was once the site of a Saxon settlement and was recorded in the Domesday Book
The Art Of Shanghai (Liverpool Biennial 2018)_ by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Bluecoat - Liverpool 2018 by David Yeoman, on Flickr
London 2018 - Tate Modern 4 by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Very atmospheric, and well-timed pint-lifting.
Thanks, Stephen. It was very warm day, I think everyone in that pub deserved a drink.
You should have asked !
I was trying to take a casual pic but it wasn’t well received.
I normally ask or explain, but this was one of those days where everyone seemed really off.
Dig your own hole.
This was taken at Wembley stadium, around which is a crazy amount of building work
Two great shots here
Particularly like the second.
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, well seen & timed.
A brief shot taken when out for my wife's birthday yesterday. I love this little thing!
The Magic Bicycle, National Museum of Scotland by Ian Williams, on Flickr
Royal Princess Cruise Ship - Liverpool by David Yeoman, on Flickr
Still staggered by this little camera's capabilities, ISO6400 (again)
London - Tube by David Yeoman, on Flickr
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.
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.
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.
I’m with you there.