It was another chilly day out yesterday but I figured I would walk around still and get some fresh air. This time around I brought my Fuji X100s. It's a such a fantastic little camera. It's a different experience shooting with the Fuji then it is with my slightly larger D610 full frame camera. The main difference I find between the two, is the use of EVF. In direct sunlight I did find myself using the OVF but most of the time I just held the camera up and looked at the screen. If the exposure was good, I took the photos. If it wasn't perfect, I simply changed the exposure compensation dial. I just find it a bit faster in certain ways.
As with Simpson Street in Fort William, Cumberland street and Downtown in Port Arthur has it's share of some run down buildings. But there is also a lot of great character as well. Each part of town has it's good and bad.
My settings for the X100s were simple. Auto ISO, Neutral Density filter applied, the Pro Negative Standard jpg setting and I was off to the races. Even with the jpg's in Lightroom, I really didn't have any problems with the Dynamic Range, especially seeing as how the afternoon was bright sunlight. I was able to pull back the highlights in almost any photo that needed it. I'm always impressed how well the X100s performs in this regard. As usual, I used a combination of VSCO filters combined with my own tweaking.