(in the Digital Age)
 I have begun my battle with the Fuji x100F.  With any camera (particularly when moving to a whole new camera system), there is a bending of wills: yours to the camera's limits, and the machinery to your artistic intent.  This isn't at all a bad thing, but certainly necessary before any real expression can occur.

Fuji shots

 I have begun my battle with the Fuji x100F.  With any camera (particularly when moving to a whole new camera system), there is a bending of wills: yours to the camera's limits, and the machinery to your artistic intent.  This isn't at all a bad thing, but certainly necessary before any real expression can occur.

I have begun my battle with the Fuji x100F.

With any camera (particularly when moving to a whole new camera system), there is a bending of wills: yours to the camera's limits, and the machinery to your artistic intent.

This isn't at all a bad thing, but certainly necessary before any real expression can occur.

 This barber shop window shot was done on an overcast day where the lighting was pretty much garbage. I cranked up the  f -stop so the little x100F would compensate with an ISO of 12800, as I wanted to see the real-world results of the sensor's high ISO noise and grain.  ...I like!

This barber shop window shot was done on an overcast day where the lighting was pretty much garbage. I cranked up the f-stop so the little x100F would compensate with an ISO of 12800, as I wanted to see the real-world results of the sensor's high ISO noise and grain.

...I like!

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