‘A Busload.’ Princes Street .@Edinburgh #Monochrome #Photography knicksen.com

Early evening on Princes Street in Edinburgh with a conglomeration of buses to the east and the spires of the ‘West End’ in the distance.

Fujifilm XE-2 with 55-200mm, f3.5 @ f4.6, 164mm, 1/125, ISO800

A Busload.
A Busload.

 

 

Wet And Windy. .@Fujifilm_UK #Edinburgh #Photography knicksen.com

I’m well impressed with the low light capabilities of the Fujifilm XE-2 and the 18-55mm f2.8 ‘kit lens’. Here’s a wet and windy Princes Street with the Jenners lights reflected on the pavement.

Wet And Windy.
Wet And Windy.

 

 

Rainy Reflections .@Fujifilm_UK .@HN_Edinburgh #Edinburgh #Photography knicksen.com

I have just switched from a Nikon (D3200) to a Fujifilm (XE-2) camera and now getting used to new¬†buttons and dials. As we had some rain, I was doing soggy testing (me, not the camera), at least ¬†with the benefit of some nice reflective surfaces. The Fuji is much smaller and lighter than the Nikon, but, so far, I’m impressed with the quality of the images and, as previously posted, the low light capabilities.

This is St Andrews Square in central Edinburgh, looking across the tram tracks, towards the Harvey Nichols shop.

Blue And Orange.
Blue And Orange.
Wet Light.
Wet Light.

And looking down the throat of an incoming tram.

Incoming!
Incoming!

And finally, looking across shiny and reflective bike stands towards the ongoing demolition.

Rainy Metal.
Rainy Metal.
Rainy Metal 2.
Rainy Metal 2.

Sky Bridge. @Edinburgh #Edinburgh #Monochrome #Photography knicksen.com

Now this is a bridge I’d not fancy walking on, what with my distinct lack of enthusiasm for high things. See those daredevils hanging off the top of a fecking high building to get ‘The Shot’, that won’t be me.

And it is not ‘The Skye Bridge’ either, that’s an actual bridge that goes to Skye, just in case you weren’t sure.

Sky Bridge.
Sky Bridge.