Harrods and the Fuji X-Pro1

This week I had the opportunity to fly to London and see first hand my photographs in the Fujifilm featured window in Harrods of London. Having never actually been in Harrods before I really didn’t appreciate the significance of eleven of my photos falling from the front of a Fuji X-Pro1.

I stood for a few minutes and watched as people stopped to look at the window, little did they know the photos were all taken across the Irish Sea in Northern Ireland.

It was great to have the X-Pro1 in London. Swapping between the 18mm and 35mm lenses it felt even more anonymous in the plethora of Canon and Nikon DSLRs that hung around every other neck. See black and white photos of London for more of the trip.

X-Pro1 18 Second long Exposure from a wall

Travelling light I used walls and benches for tripods as my propensity for long exposure photography continued. Click here to read all the X-Pro1 reviews and features.

You can view the full set of photos in the flickr set London 2012 or if you want to see all the X-Pro1 images click here.



Comments

  1. Very nice photo’s, I prefer B&W, certainly more emotive – well done. Other than all the Canon gear, I went for the X100, and am in love with it, tremendous results.

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David

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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