A personal website by Khürt Williams, with imagery, and inchoate ramblings on coffee, beer, and geekery.
I’ve had a lot of requests over the last few weeks to describe the camera settings I use when I am out shooting on the street, so I thought I would take a few minutes to walk through how I set up the new Fuji X100F.
I've always shot almost entirely JPEG on all of my Fuji cameras over the years; mostly because the JPEGs look so good straight out of camera, that I don't usually have to do much (if any) editing, and also because the small Fuji cameras I've owned over the years have been more "walkaround" cameras.
My Fujifilm X100F Settings for Street Photography & Wedding Photography by UK Official Fujifilm X-Photographer Kevin Mullins.
If you say, “Hey Siri, give me directions to Starbucks,” Apple Maps will open and that’s it. But if you talk to Siri and include the hack, you can open Google Maps. Here’s how it works. You talk to Siri, Siri opens Apple Maps then it opens the share menu and shows you a list of all the additional routing apps you have installed, like Google Maps and Waze. Then you tap on Route to open that app you really want and choose car navigation. Here’s the hack that you add at the end of the phrase you usually say, “via transit.” Therefore, now you say to Siri, “Hey Siri, give me directions to Starbucks via transit.” Now Siri opens the share menu in Apple Maps and you tap Google Maps then tap navigate.