They produce and market a piece of software that works as a plugin for Lightroom/Photoshop/Aperture than emulates different film stocks, allowing users to shoot digital, but easily achieve a similar look to film. VSCO stands for Visual Supply Company.What is VSCO?
So, the on-board flash does not let you rear-curtain sync, but you can set an external flash to rear-curtain and it should work... I *think*. I prefer first-curtain syncing in general, so I haven't had a lot of experience with rear with the X100/X100S, but if I remember correctly from testing the capability, your flash will go off at the tail-end of your exposure. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong!Does the X100s let you rear-curtain sync?
Excellent work, by the way. I've never had a problem using just a 35mm prime for shooting a reception, but seeing a full day captured from this focal length is inspiring.
Sorry-- I'm not sure what your question is about lighting. Can you be more specific?Incredible! This is far better than I expected could be done with only a 35 mm lens. Congratulations.
A question: what about the lighting?
To be clear-- I didn't say "split image focusing." I was talking about "focus peaking." Two very different things.Nice set of natural poses and some lovely shots on the stairs, it looks as if the
X100s may just be a perfect choice for informal and unobtrusive work at weddings, parties and other events.
Intereseting to read your comments about the manual / split image focussing as it is soemthing I think will be very useful when faced with challenging light / subjects.
Thanks for sharing.
It's not VSCO. Just my own tweaks in LR RC 4.4.Looks like VSCO. LOVE VSCO