Structure and building with the Fujifilm X100

Continuing from the recent trip to the Lake District I had a set of images based on buildings and structures.

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Still finding the original Fujifilm X100 a delight to use over the holiday but sadly a break away from the 1Camera1Lens project. My Fujifilm X-E1 now has a lovely clean sensor. I have to admit it was a little scary cleaning it myself but it has turned out just fine. On the flip side I have a couple more sets of images to use in this post from the Lakes trip with the X100. Then another set of landscapes and then it’s back to the 1camera1lens project. If you have time take a look at the remaining images my favourite by far is the mirror finish to the millpond apartments.

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We took the time to visit a few towns and cities but most of the time we spent walking where I could concentrate on the landscapes and long exposure shooting. All in all the trip was fantastic and I can’t wait to revisit this beautiful area of the country.

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2 thoughts on “Structure and building with the Fujifilm X100

  1. I agree, great reflection!…
    The old X-100 is out living all my cameras apart from my film cams. I can’t see me selling it.. Ever!
    It’s so versatile and ‘hands on’ I love it.

    1. I agree Fujifilm X100 will stay in my kit too. There is something about it, the camera and sensor has a sole that is acceptably imperfect where other X series cameras have technical advancements and technically stunning sensors for some reason the X100 makes me smile when I see the images I have made with it. I will try the T though.

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