Skip to main content
IT has been some time since I posted any street images. I guess I have been occupied with other things over the last few months. I still have been keenly snapping away, just the subjects and direction has changed. If your interested head over to my side project website for a sneak peek of what I have been up to.

I do have a fare few street images waiting for me to upload so I will endeavour to be far more diligent with the posts over the next few weeks.

I should mention that this is the first Street image I have posted taken with my new Fujifilm XE-1* (18mm f/2 lens). What a great Camera, I have hardly touched my Leica M4-P ..... as for image quality, don't be fooled by my terrible jpeg above. The XE-1's image quality seriously kicks the crap out out of my old M8.

*UPDATE : I have sold my Fujifilm XE-1 & decided to keep the more solid X-Pro 1.

Cheers
Simon

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Leica Q vs Ricoh GR

Quick comparison between the Leica Q & Ricoh GR .........Posted with Blogsy

RICOH GR MONOCHROME ....

Ricoh has a new patent (2016-201400) field in Japan for a Bayer sensor without a colour filter array (CFA) which should create sharper monochrome images. If dreams could come true a Ricoh GR Monochrome (ala Leica) would be an absolute corker.
We are all holding our breath for the Next incarnation of the Cult Ricoh GR APSC Camera. A 'Ltd Edition Monochrome' camera would be fantastic indeed.  Finger, toes and balls crossed.
Source (http://pentaxrumors.com/)image(https://gr.ricoh-imaging.eu/)

VSCO FILM® 07 & Ricoh GR

Nice indeed, I'm really enjoying this pack. There is enough variety here that makes it worth the purchase, especially with the launch discount and stackable loyalty discount if you've purchased any one of their film packs before. Even still, VSCO packs are never cheap, and if you're wanting to get a good idea of the power of these presets and how easy they are to use, the new VSCO Film 00is aFREEstarter pack from VSCO - It has both Kodak Tri-Xand Kodak Gold 100. Back in the day, thats almost all one would need, so give it a crack - it's got more than just two presets, with all the variants you would expect (Kodak Tri-X 400 ++ anyone? :p )

VSCO Film 07 is available from the VSCO website,