Category Archives: fuji x100s

alki beach

So if you follow my 365 project, you may be tired of seeing images of this little area, but I love it! Haha. :)

As someone who’s taken photos longer than they care to admit, I’ve accrued a few cameras. Including my favourite little digital, the Fuji X100s. I tend to love the wide angle option when I’m exploring or traveling and the compact body is easy to carry and it doesn’t feel like it’s weighing me down.

It’s been a while since I posted any images from my lil Fuji and I’ve been wanting to!






a little spring in seattle

Somehow it’s been more than a month since I’ve done a blog post. In that time things like WPPI, having the flu have occurred plus CreativeLive workshops with Mark Wallace and Miss Aniela.

In all of that business, I have managed to keep up with my 365 project, which is quite amazing. And most days, I take a walk in my neighbourhood, for exercise and to take photos, of course.

Today we get back on the blogging wagon with a short post, with a little inspiration of spring for you.

This photo was snapped on my beloved Fuji X100s using the macro feature. I’m still floored at how nice it looks. Yes, a fancy macro lens + tripod would be the better option, but I gotta say, I’m loving the results here.

From the RAW file, I went into Lightroom 4, did a minor clarity and contrast adjustment and then on to Alien Skin Software’s Exposure 5. Some of their film like options are really nice. This filter reminded me of a vintage photo, think old school polaroid, a little warm, a little soft.


Look for more posts like this, and some more iPhone tutorials too, it’s been too long!

~ kate

new york and architecture

Somehow, I have realised i never shared any images I captured from my trip to New York City in October. I hadn’t been there in a about a year. This trip I had my new-ish, Fuji X100s with me and got to explore the city for a couple of days.

These images are mostly of buildings in the city, plus a lion… how could you pass up a lion?

from the Flatiron Building to the Empire State building (and below)…












all images captured on the Fuji X100s and edited in Lightroom 4.