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Fujifilm X-E1 Photography in London

I've been in London a number of times over the past month and I have tried my best to get out and about whenever possible during the evenings.  I have kept my Fujifilm X-E1 close to hand during these evenings and I have really enjoyed being able to play with this beautiful camera.

if you aren't familiar with Fujifilm's growing collection of CSC cameras then I would highly recommend you have a look at what they have to offer. The X-E1 was released in late 2012 and is therefore by no means a spring chicken, but the camera never feels old, and has a boyish charm that encapsulates the very essence of what photography is about and brings the pleasure back into my relationship with my camera, something that I thought was lost with the heavy dslrs that I have been using recently.  

The X-range of Fujifilm's cameras have a very retro feel to them with some very up to date onboard technology.  Fuji have released an updates model of the X-E1, with sharper reflexes called the X-E2 and even more recently the more advanced X-T1 both of which ate seriously worth a look.  Fujifilm's X-Range, I feel, appeal to the heart and soul of a large number of us, helping to release that inner child and bring back that Christmas morning excitement every time you lift the camera to your eye.

I'm not going to go into any great detail about the cameras capabilities but if you would like to read more then I can highly recommend popping over to the websites of X-Photographers Kevin Mullins and David Clelland. On their sites you will find in-depth reviews, useful tips and amazing images captured with a wide range of Fujifilm cameras and lenses that should keep you reading for quite a while (speaking from experience)! I would therefore highly recommend getting a nice cup of coffee and curling up on the sofa before you do!

The following images are a selection of photos that I have taken during my time in London, enjoy having a flick through and please feel free to leave a comment as I'd love to know what you'd think :)

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