Fujifilm X100

30 Photos taken with the Fujifim X100

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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.  The X100 has taken a little bit of getting used to but the learning process has been an enjoyable challenge. 

Having now finally tamed this quirky little camera I thought I’d post my first 30 images. 

The Fuji X100 is the perfect, quality carry around camera. 

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.

8 Comments

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

  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

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/icypics/sets/72157630245493028/

    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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