In December 2012 I received my first X100s, a pre-production camera and was tasked to capture some images of Northern Ireland in advance of the world launch in February. As a big Fujifilm X100 fan I was obviously excited to..
During Belfast’s BigIF event the serenity and relative dry of the backstage area was my only safe haven from the weather. There was a remarkably relaxed atmosphere given the scale of the project and this sheltered spot was an opportunity..
I am a massive fan of long exposure photography and the only issue I have ever faced with my X100/X100s was the challenge of capturing long exposure photographs during the day light hours. I tried a few 49mm variable filters..
When Fujifilm announced the X100s I have to admit I was excited. I had grown to love the X100, I had grown used to the quirks and foibles of the original incarnation and learned to focus on the positives, as..
In July 2011 I purchased the Fujifilm X100 camera. I was struck by the liberty offered by such a small yet powerful camera. Coming from a full frame DSLR setup I have to confess the initial months were a love..
It is exactly one year to the day to when I first bought my Fujifilm X100. It was refreshing to travel light and take photos of exceptional image quality. A year later and the X100 is a completely different camera..
Having previous shared my most popular 50 flickr photos of 2011 I thought I would look at the FlixelPix posts that have made the top 10 list. Without doubt my love for the Fuji X100 has dominated since July. Ultra portable,..