Taken a couple today that I am pleased with.
Taken on this mornings dog walk with my X100T, I am a big fan (as many are) of the jpgs out of fuji cameras but this was from the RAW file, taken into LR5 as DNG and edited a little. Its amazing the amount of detail the RAW files capture.
X100T, 1/1250 @ f/4.5, ISO 400
This is Monifa, my 3 year old Ball (Royal) python. This is the jpg cropped slightly on LR. Velvia did a lovely job of bringing out her markings. Light from the window, and as usual Fuji handles the slightly higher ISO nicely. Her name means “I am luck”
XT-1, 1/100 @ f/3.7, ISO 3200, 55-200 @74mm.
Me and my Wife walked the complete “Beating of the Bounds” route in Westerham today with our dog Blue. A little over 12 miles. According to my phone it took 28,725 Steps and burnt 1700 calories (great!) We set off in the rain which stopped after an hour or two. Sticky going under foot after the rain but still a very enjoyable walk, we’ll do it again next year, anti clockwise next time. All photos taken with my Fujifilm X100T, jpegs straight out of camera, velvia.
You can see all the stats, the route etc HERE
Apologies if you have been eagerly waiting my next photo. For one reason and then another finding the time to get a photo I am happy with to share has proven difficult. I could just snap something on my phone and post it but that was never the objective for me when I started this project, and it is not something I want to fall into. So as for the 365 objective that is no more. I will however share some photos as and when I have something to share. Thanks for following me so far, and please look in from time to time to see what new images I have posted.
A shot of my Neice (Beth) my Nephew (Luke) and my son (Joe) at the beach. Taken with the X100T.
X100T, 1/60 @ f/3.6, ISO 800, macro, Classic Chrome.
Heres one of my son Joe, with one of our old cats Mickey at the back, taken with the X100T, edited in Lightroom.
Heres one of Megan my daughter looking all happy and pleased with herself having just picked up her new car. Taken with the X100T, using Classic Chrome, cropped slightly in lightroom.