Sunday, 29 November 2015

On a wet Sunday

I met up with Rob today and we managed to find a few things to photograph despite the wind and rain.

I grabbed a few images out by the lakes then we finished up by an old church near Ashton Keynes - real rotten light!

After we gave up for the day I drove home and as the rain had eased I ventured into town to grab a few images of shops with lights on - gave up when the rain got heavy again.

Despite all that was thrown at it, the X-Pro1 with the 18mm delivered great results.


The Church

The Twitcher

Ciren Streets at night

Sunday, 22 November 2015

Gloucester afternoon street

I went to Gloucester today with my good friend and superb photographer Rob, we had a great time walking around doing some street then down by the docks where there was a street market.

This was my first opportunity to try out the Fuji X-Pro1 with the two lenses that came with it as part of the bargain buy (effectively buy the 2 lenses and get the camera and ever ready case free!).

I set the camera up with auto iso and shot between 200 - 3200 and I am very pleased with the results, the camera is amazing and as much as I love my X100s I have to say the X-Pro1 is even faster to focus and a joy to use.

This camera makes me see and shoot in the same way as when I shot with the Leica rangefinders, considered images.

These are the first set of images with the camera and the 18mm and 27mm lenses.