- Gather Everything You Need to Get the Camera Up and Running
- Charge That Battery, Quick!
- Set Up the Camera for Optimal Performance
- Start Capturing Your Own Great Shots
- Where to Go from Here
Start Capturing Your Own Great Shots
Let me tell you a little bit about how I work, and how the Fujifilm X100S allows me to shoot the way I do. The camera is very small, which allows me to get very close to my subjects when shooting. I like to produce images that let the viewer almost see the image from the inside looking out, rather than from a distance. The minimal size of the X100S makes this viewpoint possible.
In Fujifilm X100S: From Snapshots to Great Shots, I cover a range of shooting situations, best settings, and details of camera control. The topics I cover range from portraits and landscapes to street photography.
Figure 1 Using the X100S where noise is not permitted: ISO 800, 1/640th, F/2.
Figure 2 Getting in very close, but remaining unobtrusive: ISO 1000, 1/125th, F/2.
Figure 3 Capturing once-in-a lifetime moments: ISO 800, 1/125th, F2.