I just wanted to take a moment to share some more randomness with the Fuji X100s. As usual, there was no specific thing I set out to take photos of, rather, I just photographed what caught my eye. Some of the photos were shot indoors and some outdoors. Regardless of whether they were done inside or outside the X100s performed great. Honestly, I just keep it on the same setting all the time, which is auto ISO. When I'm outside, the only thing I really need to do is turn on the built in ND Filter.
In good light I really don't have any problems focusing or exposure. The X100s, locks on quick and almost always nails colour and exposure. If i'm looking to adjust the exposure I just use the compensation dial. Unless I'm shooting something professionally I just use JPG's and not RAW. There just really isn't any point since the it does such a fantastic job with the JPG's.
As I mentioned in previous post's, I use custom presets that I have built or start with a VSCO filter and then adapt it to fit my needs. Each photo has it's own tweaks and fine tuning. That's what I love most about processing the images. Once in a while, for black and white photos, I'll use Nik Silver Effex Pro 2. Thanks for viewing!