A Short Story told Short and Long - 30min with the Fuji X100S
Today a friend of mine lent me her Fuji X100S. I went for a 30min walk around my house to see how it felt. I have to admit that it takes a long while to adapt, specially coming from 7 years of using a Canon 5D almost exclusively.
In short: I love how small, inconspicuous, pretty, fast and SILENT it is. The digital viewfinder should be a must in every camera being manufactured.
In long: I’m selling a Canon 5D.
The only thing missing: connectivity. I wish I could share the pictures on the go via 3G, my iPhone and/or Wi-Fi
Here are some of the pics I took today. They are all JPGs imported into Lightroom and slightly corrected for brightness and contrast (and 1 B&W conversion).
The double exposure photo was done in Camera.
Things You’d Better Not Mix Up // Cosas que no se deben confundir (by Jiek Weishut)
The man who lived on his bike by Guillaume Blanchet. Filmed in Montreal.
This is simply wonderful! Depeche Mode by Dicken feat. Milah & Korben: “Everything Counts”
Stephen Fry on Language - Kinetic Typography. Brilliant! (by RogersCreations)