Fuji X100s test – Street Photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

The Fuji X100s made me think about the possibilities and the advantages over bulky dslr-s and I have decided to give it a try myself. I fortunately have a good friend, Lucas, who very kindly offered his copy to me to take it for a test walk in the town. I didn’t have much time, I left home late and it became dark in half an hour, so it turned out to be a night street photography experience.
The Fuji is very well thought out, it is closer to my ideal camera than dslr-s, that are more of a computers than the simple box with a piece of glass in the front, which I prefer. I don’t need much things on a camera, if it has a shutter button and a shutter speed dial on the body, an aperture ring and a focus ring on the lens, that will do it for me. Without going into details, I post some images from tonight. Let me know what you think about the photos.

A few samples from the Fuji x100s

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

fuji x100s edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

edinburgh street photography

2 Responses to “Fuji X100s test – Street Photography”

  1. Mike

    In several photos there is a whisp of light flowing through the frame. How do you do that? Otherwise I very much like the focus off the people and on an object. Nice touch.

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    • Istvan

      Thanks Mike. I am honestly not sure. My guess is that, as it was raining, the lens must have water drops on it which caused the effect.

      Reply

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