A different perspective
I was out shooting with my new FujiX100S, which will need to be a subject of another post, and found this shot at a shopping centre food court. The arrangement of tables and chairs in combination with the floor pattern made for an interesting abstract perspective.
The Fuji X100S has a fixed prime 28mm F/2 lens (35mm full frame equivalent). For this shot I had to climb a few floors to a higher vantage point to get the perspective I was looking for. There is a very small amount of manual lens correction to account for the slightly off center position. This brought the chairs/ table and floor tiles into a more appealing symmetrical arrangement.
Shot at ISO 2500, which is really no problem for the X100S. I promise to show a few more shots from the Fuji and maybe a small writeup to talk about how I feel about it. I am enjoying getting acustom to it’s handling and loving the compact portability over my DSLR gear. Although it’s not intended to replace that gear as it fills it’s own niche.