Photo of the Day
Today I had the pleasure of trying out the Fujifilm X100s camera. I really don’t know what to call this camera. It is classified as a point and shoot, but it seems like so much more. For such a small camera it really packs a punch. It has many ways that you can have full control of the photo, but I just used the auto mode during my short time with the camera. It really did a great job of capturing a few tough scenes without me telling it what to do. I had a few issues with the electronic viewfinder, but any issues that I had were user errors. Without a lot of time to try it out I had to just grab it and go. I made a few pictures with it during the hour or so I played with it. Some of them will find their way to this blog in the future I am sure.
For this picture I wanted something quick to bring out the data of the RAW file. I used Matt Kloskowski’s HDR in Lightroom preset to get this close to where I wanted it. A couple of subtle tweaks later, and it was ready to publish.