Digital Series – Downtown San Diego
The Fuji x100s is a digital film camera. That may sound confusing, although I am now a firm believer after my first experience with the x100s.
Every review I read stated how beautiful the images were straight out of the camera; no editing and just shooting jpegs. The results have the feel of film. Fuji has a background in producing various styled films that have been known the world over and they developed the x100s with keeping that tradition in a digital format.
I enjoy the process of shooting film and have been doing so the past few years. The x100s may be changing my choice of medium. It has the feel of my older film cameras and with the fixed lens it makes you work for the image.
This series is my first experience with the x100s. The images are straight from the camera.
Location: San Diego, CA
Camera: Fuji x100s
Processing: No adjustments in Lightroom. Original JPEGs downloaded from camera.
Downtown San Diego
You can find more information about the art district on Wikipedia.
According to the website, “Downtown San Diego, also referred to as Centre City, is the city center of San Diego, California, the eighth largest city in America. In 2010, the Centre City area itself had a population of more than 28,000. Founded in 1850, downtown San Diego serves as the cultural, financial center and central business district of San Diego County with more than 4,000 businesses and nine districts.”
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