Date: 10/06/2013 | By: Heather
‘Mirrorless Monday’ with Riley Joseph and the Fuji X100s
This week on Mirrorless Monday, we travel to a destination adored by all street photographers – the busy streets of New York City. Our guide is photographer Riley Joseph who, on his photography blog, calls NYC the “Mecca for photographers…and a lifelong bucket list destination.” For this trip, he decided to limit himself to the Fuji X100s and X-Pro1 along with the Fujinon 14mm or 35mm lenses. He further explains that, while he packed a dedicated DSLR bag for his trip, it never saw the outside of his hotel room! We can completely relate, Riley!
The photo he has decided to share is of the Rockefeller Center on a misty evening. About this shot, Riley states:
This photo was made during a recent trip to New York City. After a day of rain that lasted to the evening, a low fog descended on Manhattan. My wife and I walked to Rockefeller Center as the people watching is usually pretty good. The fog interacting with the building’s lighting drew me in. I focused on the top portion of the skyscraper as it entered the fog and loved the perspective. The only post processing was a small tweak to white balance and I applied the lens correction for the Fujinon 23mm f/2 lens.
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