After owning a Fuji X100F for a little over three months, I have to say that I’ve been incredibly impressed by this camera. The majority of my work has been and still is shot on film, but for a while, I’d been in search of a smaller compact digital camera to carry with me day-to-day.
The Fuji X100 series seemed like the perfect candidate. It’s small and stylish and has a retro rangefinder feel. It also has a number of features that were appealing to me—the optical viewfinder and film simulations to name a few.
After posting some images on my Instagram that I created using this camera, as well as the new X100V, I had a number of people reach out to me and ask about how I process my images. So, I decided to make this video to give a BTS look at how I work with the files, and also the approach I take to keep the look consistent with my film work.