Earlier today I had the urge of going out again with my Fuji X100F and take some photos. I tried to adjust my settings a little this time to not be as dark as the photos from RI. I didn't take too many pics, but I did want to share them with you. I go to the Clinton Dam almost always when I get new gear. Its just a short walk and there are some interesting things to look at. I'll make sure to go back another day and take more photos.
I'm starting to think that for nature type photos classic chrome doesn't quite offer the look that I want. I think it works greats for city scapes and street photography, but nature should be a tad more vibrant. I'll have to play around with some of the other settings when I head out tomorrow. Especially with the fall foliage in this neck of the woods it'll be great to be able to showcase some of that color and beauty. Nonetheless I found the x100F a fantastic camera that doesn't get in my way.
Oh, I'm adding a couple photos here of my son from today. Like me he enjoys the outdoors!
Earlier today I went in to Providence, RI to pick up my Fuji X-Pro 2 camera. I was pretty pumped as this is a camera I've used before and really enjoyed it. Also, I had my Fuji X100F with me. The other reason I was pumped is that I was going try the Classic Chrome film simulation mode for the first time. Its a setting that gives the photo a more film look and a tad more grittyness (don't think that's a word, but I think you'll see what I mean.) These Fuji cameras really let you play with your creativity and give you different ideas on things. I like the look, but I think it's a tad gritty. I can always work on those settings and adjust them to something more my style. But, none the less it was fun to shoot.
Please enjoy the photos!
These photos were taken with the 23mm F2 and the 50mm F2 lenses.
Usually my photos are more vibrant so this style is a nice contrast to that, but I'm going to have to fiddle around more with the settings.
Let me know what you think in the comments.