Here are a few shots from a Fujifilm X-Photography photography workshop with Bert Stephani that him and I ran last week in Brussels, Belgium.

It was a flying visit, and it was a very wet visit but it was excellent and all the delegates, Bert and I had a fun and productive 12 hours or so on the streets of Brussels.

I tend not to shoot too much myself when I’m running workshops but I took a liking to a few just before I formatted the cards.

Of course, all shot on my beloved (but bashed) Fuji X100T.

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 1/100 Sec @ F/8, ISO 640

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 1/150 Sec @ F/8, ISO 800

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 1/15 Sec @ F/11, ISO 640

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 1/340 Sec @ F/5.6, ISO 400

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 30 Sec @ F/16, ISO 200

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm 1/8500 Sec @ F/6.4, ISO 6,400

Brussels photography workshops

Fuji X100T / WCL @ 19mm30 Sec @ F/2, ISO 200

  • John

    Hi! I just found your blog and it amazes me!

    Just curious about the last picture: Did you use a tripod or place your cam on something steady?

    Greetings from Austria

    • Hi John,

      Thanks & yes, the last shot was taken on a mini tripod.

  • Octavio

    Hello Kevin

    How would you compare the X100T with the WCL over the 18mm F2 with any interchangeable body?, wouldn’t be better to have less glass elements?.

    I happened to own an XE1, XA1 and Xpro1 and also the X100T (Still in the box) and I have been looking at the WCL but adding extra glass and size just doesn’t look like right thing to do, I also feel bad about screwing and unscrewing a metal extension over “my precious” X100T.

    Needless to say I’m just a Fuji fan who shoots his family and cats every once in a while.

    Best,

    Octavio.

    • Hi Octavio,

      They are very different cameras so hard to compare. I wouldn’t worry about screwing in the lens though. There is no force involved and the thread is perfectly matched.