A night and a day on the streets in Bern with the Fuji X100
This weekend I had the opportunity to take the Fuxi X100 out on a photo safari in Bern. Some of the phots were taken at night (after 11 pm) in the station, some on a very warm and sunny afternoon in Bern. I was positively surprised that a relatively large fraction of the shots were quite usable, at least from the technical point of view (sharpness, noise,…). Speaking of noise: the Fuxi X100 virtually has no visible noise up to ISO 3200. I was again amazed by its low light performance.
[ There’s someone behind you, watching ]
I am still a bit shy in getting really close to the people. May be a slightly longer lens would be better for me (but the X100, of course, has a fixed lens). Some of the people in the shots below actually are looking at the camera, and no one said a word, complained or whatsoever. I hope this gives more confidence and helps “growing balls”, as Thomas Leuthard (“85mm” http://500px.com/85mm http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomasleuthard/ ) calls it.
[ Watching the juggler ]
[ Should we care already? ]
[ Was guggsdu? ]
[ Don’t spill it again! ]
[ Hungy at 11 pm ]