In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m doing a photo-a-day project this year.
It’s called “x100.365” because I’m shooting every image with my beloved Fujifilm FinePix X100, quite possibly the best camera ever made. It’s tiny, quirky, slow, and almost entirely devoid of bells and whistles. It’s also built like a brick, comes with a beautiful, non-interchangeable 35mm-equivalent f/2 lens, and has a ridiculously capable 1.5x crop sensor inside. I should probably also mention the hybrid optical/digital viewfinder, which makes it a Leica-beating almost-rangefinder, and totally sets it apart from competitors like the OM-D.
It’s everything a serious street camera should be, and I absolutely love it.
Anyway, back to my photo-a-day project.
Turns out, some days I shoot more than one viable photo. What do with the extras?
Clearly, a monthly “outtake” post is called for.
Enjoy the first edition!