Here's a series of shots from Nevada City, California. Despite the cute architecture of the town, I spent most of my time shooting the things I usually shoot, and that make my wife very skeptic about my claims of progressing as a photographer...
Here are some photos from last weekend, covering a bit of ground around the Bay Area. I'm sticking to the 23mm for now, and I think I'm getting more comfortable with it.
Here are few shots I took over the weekend at the Oakland Museum. As I was walking by, I noticed this bench basked in the harsh mid-day light, and decided to snap a few shots.
Here's another series of photos from that time in downtown SF, still playing with light and composition. I took several shot of the photo above, some including people walking into the frame, and somehow I manage to mess up all of those.
Following up on the previous post, here are a few more photos from my latest session in downtown SF.
Since my family was traveling the world while I was stuck home working, I made use of my weekends to take photos around San Francisco. This is why I was able to do so many Weekend Expedition posts over the past few weeks. Moving forward, I will have a lot less of those to post.
For this session, I was planning to spend a few hours in the Downtown area again, but as I was crossing the Bay Bridge, I noticed Twin Peaks was covered in fog. I have an absolute love for seeing the fog roll over the hills of San Francisco, so I decided to change my route and go explore the Inner Sunset District instead.
I passed many times by this abandoned commercial area, and always wished I stopped to snap a few photos. I'm usually not very interested by dilapidated buildings but somehow I've always been drawn to this place. Over the weekend, I finally took the time to shoot a few pictures.
I've always been very intrigued by the X100 series. First of all because the cameras look beautiful and I'm shallow like that. Admittedly, they also carry the haptic design philosophy that is behind the entire line of Fujifilm X cameras and which I'm quite fond of. Also, the X100s offer an image quality that is… Continue reading Fuji X100S in 2019 (part 1)