Exploring San Francisco Streets with the Fujifilm X100T

Market Street - San Francisco - 2015

I’m now in my sixth month of dedicated street shooting with the Fujifilm X100T. When I began this journey, it was to help me prepare for a workshop with Peter Turnley coming up later this month in New York City. I decided I wanted to try to this particular workshop with a minimalist set of gear – and my choice of “weapon” was the lovely Fujifilm X100T.

Why the X100T? It’s a nearly perfect camera for street photography – in my opinion. Small, yet powerful in terms of image capture. Minimalist in terms of only two potential lens focal lengths in my case – the native 35mm equivalent and the TCL-100 conversion lens which offers an optional 50mm equivalent. The built-in 3 stop neutral density filter allows me to shoot nearly wide open – for a very shallow depth of field – in even bright sunlight. It’s just a magical combination for street work.

Here are a few recent examples from last week – out shooting on the San Francisco streets with my friend Doug Kaye. Hope you enjoy!

Thumb - San Francisco - 2015
Absorbed - San Francisco - 2015
Slice - San Francisco - 2015
Distracted - San Francisco - 2015
Glow - San Francisco - 2015
Composing - San Francisco - 2015
Tadich - San Francisco - 2015
Purple Shades - San Francisco - 2015

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