Rotterdam at it's best! Early morning shot facing southwards across Erasmus Bridge.
Because the Inca trail was fully booked we hiked the four day Salkantay trail to Machu Picchu. With almost no other tourists on the way and the most epic scenery ever, this might be on of the best alternatives for the real, but crowded, Inca trail.
We had to 'survive' the coldest night of our trip in a tent, thankfully the view made it al up!
Three weeks no updates. Must be holiday time. And it was! Had a great time in the beautifull Peru and took a lot of pictures. For light travelling I, once again, only took my Fuji x100s with a wcl-x100 wide angle converter, and a gorillapod. Pictures will follow soon!
Track racing in Puttershoek. Only took my Fuji X100s and the more you prctice, the better the panning shots become.
Left the house in the middle of the night to cheer up the Roparun team from our department. Managed to get a nice shot on a dark dirt-road lit by only a lantarn.
I went to Paris and all I took was... the Fuji x100s
For the first time I went on a small holiday/city trip without the big dSLR. I haven't been the first and I won't be the last. This trip opened my eyes to a more relaxing way of taking photo's. No lugging around the heavy bag full of lenses, taking (to) much time at certain places, continue busy switching lenses, and so on.
So for this trip we went for 3 days to the lovely city of Paris, and I deliberately left all the heavy equipment at home and only took the Fuji x100s. Here a short story about my experience using one focal length on a full trip.
So without diving into specsheets, the Fuji x100s is a superb and light camera with a fixed Fujinon 23mm f/2 (35mm full-frame equivalent) lens. Without the ability to change lenses, there comes a certain peace to my mind since there is no urge to take a bagload of lenses and no switching lenses on location.
Inside (and outside) the Louvre, the Fuji x100s shows it's remarkable ISO performance showing barely any signs of noise and great contrast and sharpness.