Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The alley, the mansion, Barcelona, Spain

It's been over 10 years. I almost lost my memory of how this city looks like and I even lost my old digital photos. As I stepped in the alleys and looked inside of the mansion, the journey continued... (*all these photos were taken by my newly equipped Fujifilm X100. Without any post processing, some very dim photos - the last 3 taken at F2 to F2.8 at ISO 1,600 to 3,200, can be so rich and almost no light falling off.)


Mickey Mouse said...

wow X100, really good pics quality!

in the sea said...

Thanks. It's indeed beyond my expectation. It's a bit heavy but good to take some candid photos and also way to learn how to use the conventional aperture ring and shutter jog dial.

Stella said...

Very nice photos from nice camera and photographer.
Thanks for the photo exhibition and sharing.
This is really amazing.
Europe has its own unique attraction.

pixmation said...

These photos show that the excellent image processing for the extreme bright and shadow.

in the sea said...

Yes, Pixmation, in some way, it is even better than the 550D but still the DSLR texture quality is a bit better when it's on L lens. So it's still half and half. So the Xpro1 should be a very fine one with those 3 changeable lens.