I’ve been ever so lucky to be a photographer this past week. I’ve shot in some amazing locations with a fabulous team. The vast majority of my pictures are either embargoed pending a forthcoming competition or still unprocessed but I’m just itching to show you a taster. Something for the weekend.
My first frame on the Fuji X100 taken in colour. OMG this little camera loves colour too.
I used secret locations scouted out using Google Earth and a bit of local hear say.
The Fuji X100 is excellent for figure in the landscape shots. It was after I took this frame that the models assistant said to me "That little camera takes good prictures" She is not wrong of course but a comment like that can be a bit deflating. I like to think I play a part in the process too ;)
On an Urban Portraits workshop I pulled the little Fuji from my bag to capture this colour frame of Jojo from across the street. I've never looked up at this spot before.
Green glass is a lure for me. The super 12 megapixel sensor of the Fuji delivers enough resolution to allow me to leave space around the subject giving pictures a chance to breathe.
The last frame on my Urban Portraits session was this gritty monochrome shot on the X100. The tonal range of this image looks fabulous on print too.
This last sneak peak shot of Jojo from my Urban Portraits session is a simple portrait in the upstairs bar of my lunch stop venue. A perfect X100 location where light is at a premium and shadows are deep.
Please feel free to comment or ask me questions about the pictures or my new friend, the Fuji X100.