I’m always amazed at the capabilities of this little pocket camera. Here’s a sampling from a recent photowalk.
Who am I? Simple – I’m a lucky person. I have my family and some very special friends, I have a job and it’s one I love (I lead Accenture’s UK government relations program) and I have photography. So I call myself a photographer with a wonderful day job. I’m also a trustee of a London-based human rights charity, the Helen Bamber Foundation (helenbamber.org) – a very, very special organization named after an extremely inspiring woman.
So, I recently processed these three images with usual workflow of ACR and Photoshop CC but this time I used a 15′ Mac Book Pro (Retina) and I was shocked at the level of detail these screens pump out. I’m now posting these from my Mac Book Air (yes a later 203 model) and they don’t look quite the same but one thing is still true and that is that the X-E1 is still a great camera and a great starter for anyone looking to get into the Fuji X-series cameras.
2.5 lbs of the best meats per person, sangria and wine to your hearts content, welcome to Graziano’s one of the best Argentinian restaurants in Miami, and one I wholeheartedly recommend. Enjoy. images captured by the Ricoh GR and processed in ACR & Photoshop CC