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Showing posts with label Fuji x100s. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fuji x100s. Show all posts

Monday, December 30, 2013

Macro leaf with water droplets captured with x100s

Just mucking around with macro mode with the x100s and captured this nice shot post rain.

Great Christmas retail shop fronts captured with x100s

One of the wonders of Christmas in Sydney is the retail display at David Jones in Sydney. This year they installed an amazing animated puppet show with different themes to celebrate the festive season. What did you find in your city/town?

Lego still has a place in a digital age - x100s captures the greatest toy

Lego was founded in 1932, but first produced plastic toys in 1947. Amazingly over 90 years later, its still great fun and very pleasing for kids in a digital age. The great lesson that I think Lego a wonderful teaching tool is that it make kids learn kinaesthetically e.g. learning by doing. Physical activity and problem solving is hopefully not a lost art form to keyboards or game controllers. Lego might just be the greatest toy ever. All taken with Fuji x100s jpegs processed in PSE 10 using Nik Software.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Halloween 2013

Halloween is a fun night for the kids to get out and about and eat too many sweets. It's also great for the neighbours to say hi and keep in touch. Communities are the best social media. All taken on Fuji x100s in auto mode pretty much all the time, I think I had the flash operational and was using the singular focus setting. I may have used macro mode for a few of the close ups.

Sydney skies ablaze

The recent bush fires around Sydney have been quite unbelievable. This picture was taken from Lane Cove on Fuji x100s and processed in Snapseed. Hopefully the rest of summer will be a little kinder to us all.