My flickr contact Kevin Bjorke took this fantastic motion blur image in San Francisco with his Fuji X100T.
I haven’t seen anything new from Kevin for quite a while. I’m hoping he’s just taking a rest from Flickr and will return, I really love his work.
Flickr member P-Zilla took this great shot looking up from under the London Eye Ferris wheel with his Fuji X100T.
Flickr member Boxertrixter took this excellent image of the internal infrastructure of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France with his Fuji X100T.
Other posts on the Eiffel Tower from below: Under the Eiffel Tower, Eiffel Tower from below, and Eiffel Tower from below (2).
Flickr member Jeffrey De Keyser took this terrific billboard portrait in Brussels, Belgium with his Fuji X100T.
Flickr member Denis S and his Fuji X took this picture in a subway station in Arras, France with his Fuji X100T.
Great motion blur and scale working here.
Los Angeles, California.
I’m in LA for my mother’s 100th birthday and while she’s definitely not as with it as she was a month ago, she’s still with it enough to know it’s her birthday. We have a small group coming over to celebrate and I’ll give each of them one of the albums I made for her.
100 years old. Wow, it’s quite an amazing thing and tough to wrap one’s mind around.
Flickr member Alexander Gruebl shot this passenger inside the hall of Frankfurt Airport train station at night with this Fuji X100T.
My flickr contact Kevin Bjorke captured another one of his outstanding motion blur images in San Francisco with his Fuji X100T.
Note that this image was taken at f/16 and 1/4 of a second. No doubt Kevin is moving the camera to get this effect although how much is tough to say. I guess it’s time for a bit of experimentation.
My flickr contact Kevin Bjorke posted another one of his brilliant motion blur images taken in San Francisco with his Fuji X100T. The people in the left background are amazing, I’ve not seen that effect in his previous work.
My flickr contact Kevin Bjorke posted another great motion blur street shot taken in San Francisco with his Fuji X100T.