Fuji X10 Advanced Filters

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The above photo was taken with the X10 using the “Toy Camera” filter.

In my opinion, the Fuji X10 is a high-end compact camera.  I would hate to call it a point & shoot camera because it is so much more.  Though, pretty much every camera can be a “point & shoot” camera once set up right.

In my Nikon days, there was an assumption that any camera with “filters” or “scene modes”, was not a professional camera.  This was the notion because heaven forbid that anyone would use any “processing” feature on a camera.  Though, these same people did not have a problem with over baking some of their photos with Photoshop.  Funny how things work

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The above photo was taken with the X10 using the “Miniature” filter, hence the middle of the photo only being in focus.

In order to test out the X10s filters, i needed something with a lot of color.  It did not take long to find my subject, a small angel statue with a bead necklace around it.  It has plenty of color and detail in order to test out the filters.

The X10 has 11 advanced filters to help you explore your creative side a bit.  Would a professional use these filters?  I don’t know and i don’t care.  They are extra features on the camera.  Use them or don’t.

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The above photo was taken with the “Pop Color” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Hi-Key” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Dynamic Tone” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Red)” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Orange)” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Yellow)” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Green)” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Blue)” filter.

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The above photo was taken with the “Partial Color (Purple)” filter.  Well, since there was no purple in the statue or necklace, this one turned out to be black & white.

I hope you enjoyed seeing what the Fuji X10s advanced filters can produce.  They are fun to use and for me, that is what photography is about.

If you have a camera with all sorts of features built into it, why not try them all out?  Don’t worry, no one will think any less of you.

Happy shooting

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