04 Jul Los Angeles Street Photography with the Fuji X100F – Part One

Source: Ian Macdonald Photography

Los Angeles.  The Angels.  The City of Angels.   La La Land.  Tinseltown.  LA.  The Entertainment Capital of the World.  Whatever you choose to call it, there is no denying that Los Angeles is an epic city to visit.  It is a place that has a soul and the heart of that soul is definitely its people.

I was in Los Angeles in March to spend some much needed time in the sun after a prolonged and cold winter, and to give my girls time to enjoy the city, Universal Studios and of course a few days at Disneyland.  As always, I managed to sneak in a few hours of street photography here and there including a day spent with fellow Official Fujifilm X Photographer Rinzi Ruiz in downtown LA.

I finally found a bit of time to edit and process the images I shot during that trip, which I am happy to now share with you in this two part series.  All images were shot as jpegs on a pre-production copy of the Fujifilm X100F, with a little post processing here and there in Lightroom as needed.  If you are curious about my configuration and camera settings for street photography you can read about them HERE.

Before we get to part one of this series I’d like to share a few quick thoughts if that is ok:

First:  It is important to always try to create balance in your life.  This trip was very much about spending quality time

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