Haven’t taken my Fujifilm X100s out for a long while. I forgot how much I love this camera! It absolutely is great for street photography. I may upgrade to the 100f but I am not sure its absolutely necessary. Love this camera! Shot this at 1/250 of a second at f 8.0. ISO was 2000.
Found this pic in my storage. I think its on this website in black and white. I played with it a bit today and brought out the color. I think it deserves to be shown in its new version. Shot in 2014 with a Fuji 100s, ISO 1600 23mm f/16 at 1/100 sec.
The Notre Dame Marching Band in San Antonio, Texas. This photo was taken during the pregame celebration just outside the Alamodome in November 2016. Shot with an ISO of 1600 at F/13 1/500 sec. Shot with the Leica D-Lux Type 109 15.9mm.
When shooting street photos, I usually prefer black and white. However, there are times when the color just needs to be shown. Such is the case here in “A Strange Look at the Alamo”. The colors were just too beautiful to leave out. This was shot at Iso 200 F/11 at 1/200 sec. I was using my Leica D-Lux Type 109 at approximately 12.1 mm. The name of the photo is a reference to the look of the police officer staring in my direction.
I hadn’t taken my camera out for a walk in a long while. I’ve got to be better about getting out and about. On this day, I took my Lecia D-Lux Type 109. It’s currently my favorite walk around camera. I found this interesting lady sitting on the fountain in Washington Square Park. I took this shot right before she spotted my lurking near her. It’s now one of my favorites.
I was down the shore with family and we decided to fly a kite. Needless to say, the children with us didn’t like us adults playing with a toy, so they took it from us. The result is this photo taken while laying on my back in the sand. Perspective can always make a photograph beautiful and interesting. Shot with my Leica D-Lux Type 109.