FujiFilm X100s – Handheld Long Exposures

I’m currently in Adelaide, enjoying a short holiday and some warm seaside weather. As much as I like Tokyo, it’s nice to take a little break from what has been a frantic, slightly stressful start to the year.

And, Adelaide is a lovely tonic, the Portland of Southern Hemisphere, this is a vibrant, amazing city, which reveals new delights every time I visit.

It has been fun to continue exploring the FujiFilm X100s and this time I’m trying the camera with handheld long exposures and the built in Neutral Density filter. The photo above is an example of some images I’ve been making along the coast, trying to capture the striking blues and greens of the coast here.

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  • Toni - 4th April 2014

    Nice pic.

    I’ve been surprised at how much I like the way moving water looks at around 1/5th-1/10th sec, so your 1/8th nails it well. IIRC the X100S doesn’t have internal stabilisation?

    Enjoy the break.


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