Fuji First Trip with my weeks old X100-many images. Thanks to this forum for the tips

Penfan2010

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I was able to get a near mint X100 over at mu43, and got it just in time for a two week trip to Germany and Denmark. This camera is amazing for all around photography and i love the fact you can shut off the shutter sound--very discreet indeed. Thanks to the folks on the forum, especially on the "X100 Settings" discussion, for all the helpful tips.


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One of my other serious compacts, in Hamburg
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Penfan2010

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Thanks, Luke, maybe I should have made that the title of the post! While the camera is fairly discreet, I quite haven't gotten up the gumption to do a lot of photos straight into people's faces test.
 

Glyn

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Hi,
I love your photos & the tight framing. Did you accomplish this 'in camera' or with subsequent cropping? Reminds me of my 35mm days. To avoid grain, you had to try & compose your shots 'in camera'
Glyn
 

Penfan2010

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Ed
Hi,
I love your photos & the tight framing. Did you accomplish this 'in camera' or with subsequent cropping? Reminds me of my 35mm days. To avoid grain, you had to try & compose your shots 'in camera'
Glyn

Thanks, Glyn. The first and fourth photos are cropped. With a fixed 35mm equivalent lens, I find that I shoot many more "photos within photos" that I can crop properly later on, especially when I'm afraid of missing a particular moment.
 
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