I’m really digging the Velvia film simulation on my x100s. Last week I was walking around the Tenjin/Daimyo area and stumbled upon a pretty colourful neighbourhood. So of course I had to turn on Velvia mode to see what punchy photos the camera could produce. Now I don’t obsess about gear. I’d rather have my posts be centred on a theme than what a specific camera can do, especially one that’s as talked about as the x100s. But I really like how these photos turned out. Just a note, they’ve had very little post-processing work done, mostly a little adjusting of exposure and straightening. But contrast and colours are straight out of the camera.
There’s something about this photo that I absolutely love. Maybe it’s the red writing, or the greens. I’m not really sure. It just has a feel-good element to it.
Such a good Italian lunch, right by Nishitetsu Fukuoka (Tenjin) Station.
I swear this bear is in every nook and cranny of Japan. You can’t hide from it.