I tend to shoot a lot of sunrises.  In fact, I think that I have only missed 2 days since the start of the new year.  Well today I went out with the idea of shooting for strictly black and white conversion.  I set both my X100s and X-T1 to shoot in B&W/Yellow film simulation so that I could get a good idea of how the final images would look once I got them on a larger screen.  These Fuji X cameras stand out in a lot of areas but, the one area I feel strongest about them is in the Long Exposure department.  It is small things that make them a joy to work with, the horizon level in the VF, the timer displayed on screen during exposures and the small size which makes lugging them to remote locations a breeze.  Here are a few samples from this morning.


FujiFilm X-T1  XF14mm  ISO 200 f/8.0  150.0sec.

FujiFilm X-T1  XF14mm  ISO 200  f/8.0  10.0sec.  Lee Filters .6 soft grad

FujiFilm X100s  ISO 200  f/9.0  100.0sec  Lee Filters Big Stopper

FujiFilm X-T1  XF14mm  ISO 200  f/9.0  125.0sec.  Lee Filters Big Stopper

FujiFilm X100s  ISO 2000 f/4.0  1/80sec.  

The gentleman in the last picture is the super talented (and new Fuji x100s owner) Vallen Gillet.  You should swing by his site and give it a look.  He's got it going on!