Chasing Light ~ Telling Stories
I always loved Fuji film in my old Petri 35mm
You’re right. Fuji does know colours. Sometimes I wish I knew about this camera before I bought my first DSLR in December last year. Having a good camera with a fixed-focal lens would have meant the only thing I had to worry about would have been taking pictures.
Is this something that you had to set before you took shots, or was an in-camera process after shooting
You set it in camera before you take the shot.
Valerie, I love color. Tons and tons of color. These photos make me happy. Is that the Farmer’s Market?
No vibrancy needed. Beautiful and lots of dynamic range. Must be loving the camera.
I loved how Velvia did purples and apparently this new Fuji X100S does that color jsutice as well.
Wow! Love these! Amazing color.
like terymjb I assume it was in camera setting?
Per the note at the bottom of the post, I only adjusted exposure and WB slightly on some of the pics, no other post processing was done to the images.
Love, love, love the vibrancy of the color!
And this was all done in camera? Impressive as all get out!
I love the colours and the saturation of Velvia film. I always associate it with old postcard landscapes.
waouh !!! une merveille !
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