I've been looking at my archives as I know that I've taken a ton of photos through the years. On my last website I had a lot of photo walks which obviously disappeared once my website was shut down. I plan on keeping this site running for a very long time because I have so much to share and will continue to have content to put out.
From time to time I'll go back into the archives and post other photo that I've taken. Yes, sometimes things change a little, but that's ok.
These photos were taken way back in 2015 when I was trying out the Fuji X100T. This line up of cameras are so cool because they are in the style of a rangefinder camera, but with a digital output. I've bought and returned them several times not because they are bad cameras, but because I'm still not comfortable with the 35mm focal length. You don't have much of a choice on this camera because it has a fixed lens. The build is phenomenal and the ergonomics are great and I want to love it, but that focal length only works for me sometimes. So, in that sense, its actually really good to go back and look at some photos to remember how the camera handled things.
Looking at these photos makes me want to seek out one of these cameras again as the results are great, but I know I shouldn't. I did convert a few of these to black and white.
Old Sturbridge Village