30 Photos taken with the Fujifim X100

My love for the Fuji X100 isn’t a surprise to many of you over the five months I have been using the camera yet surprisingly have only published around 200 photos on 500px or flickr. Having now finally tamed this quirky little camera I thought I post my 100 most popular X100 photos published to flickr. Click on an image to view it large on flickr.



Belfast Cafe


Too Late

Eiffel Tower

St George's Market Belfast

Stranded II


Apple Store Belfast - Steve Jobs Reaction

Belfast Crossing

Some Fun Guys

Green Bottles X100

Belfast Building

Hillsborough Parish Church

Still Running


Love Locks in Paris


The Gates

Burning Sky

The Ulster Hall

black and white Street

Street Bikes in Paris

Sun over the Bridge

Heart of Stone


Disney Shadows

Hot Chocolate

The Bridge

The Fuji X100 is the perfect, quality carry around camera. A number of additional images can be found in the X100 flickr set.


  1. amazing set of shots…
    my favorite is the third-one, so emotionally real…
    many many thanks for sharing.

  2. I’ve been debating whether or not to get this camera as I’m a bit bored of lugging the 5D Mk I around when I want to do some shooting, I think you may have just convinced me…lovely images.

  3. These are some great pictures, thanks for showing what can be done with this camera. I am patiently waiting for the next iteration of this camera with the new sensor and interchangeable lenses. I like the photo with the locks on the fence.

  4. Great shots, they’ve made my mind up for me. Gotta have one.
    “Focusing”, “menu madness”, “dodgy battery/card door”, “iso trickery”, blah, blah.
    How does it work and feel out and about. ?

    Again great photos.

  5. I guess I was lucky coming at the X100 (and photography) from, pretty much, a “clean slate” with no prior camera experience. I din’t find the X100 a problem to use, on the whole (main gripe is the stupid battery indicator). I have certainly been very happy with the images it takes


    Being able to get decent images in dark interiors, handheld, was why I went for it in the first place, and it hasn’t let me down.

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David is a documentary and landscape photographer covering everything from dramatic long exposure landscape photography through to live music. David is a former Official Fujifilm X Photographer.

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