Street Photography with the Fujifilm X-E2

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Here are a few street photography images I took with the Fujifilm X-E2 mirrorless camera at a food festival in the Welsh Valleys. I used the Classic Chrome film simulation setting which is now included in the latest  X-E2 camera body firmware version 4.00 update.

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Camera Matching Colour Profiles

In the camera's shooting menu I selected image quality FINE+RAW which creates both jpegs and raw files. Note: for Lightroom users, the Classic Chrome profile does not appear in the camera calibration list, this is because Adobe does not yet support the X-E2 camera but say they hope to include it in the next update.

Camera Matching colour profiles in Lightroom:  PROVIA/STANDARD Velvia/VIVID ASTIA/SOFT Pro Neg Hi Pro Neg Std Monochrome Monochrome + Yellow Filter Monochrome + Red Filter Monochrome + Green Filter

Fujifilm X-E2 Camera Matching Color Profiles

  • PROVIA/STANDARD
  • Velvia/VIVID
  • ASTIA/SOFT
  • Pro Neg Hi
  • Pro Neg Std
  • Monochrome
  • Monochrome + Yellow Filter
  • Monochrome + Red Filter
  • Monochrome + Green Filter

The Fujifilm X-Series mirrorless cameras are completely silent, making them perfect for street photography.  New on my wishlist the pocket-sized Fujifilm X70 with a flip down screen and the same sensor as the X100T, now available to purchase from WEX photographic.

That's all from me for this post, feel free to share or comment.....


(Wednesday - sheltering from the rain, listening to Valerie Jardin's latest Street Focus podcast)

Photography Blog | Tracey Paddison, ,

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Photographer specialising in commercial photography, including events, business headshots and editorial photography. Covering Cardiff and South Wales Valleys

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