During my recent trip to Venice I used one of my most favourite – and most underused cameras – the gorgeous Fuji X100F.
It was the perfect moment to use it – a short trip mixing urban photography with some portraits and landcsape shots. The type of photography Fuji x100F handles so well.
Walking around with the camera is a lovely experience – you forget it’s there, and when you need it it’s so easy to use it at a moment’s notice.
For me, the best moments happened not around the over-crowded, over-photographed Venice landmarks.
It was the vaporetto – line 2 to be precise – where Fuji X100F’s small dimensions and discreet presence helped me take some of my most favourite pictures that day.
Turns out waiting for your next vaporetto from Giudecca to St Mark’s can be really rewarding when it comes to photography.
I do hope the successor to the Fuji X100F – allegedly to be released some time in 2020 – is as capable as this little gem.
I fell in love with the camera again.