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Fujifilm X100S: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Kevin Mullins

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5. Say Cheese!

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ISO 400 • 1/35 sec. • f/2 • 23mm lens

Settings and features to make great portraits

What’s the most photographed subject on the planet? Yes, you guessed it: people. Many of you will have purchased the Fujifilm X100S to capture some lovely portraits of friends and family. Although the X100S has a fixed lens, it offers a range of versatility beyond that of many other cameras, which makes using the X100S to photograph people and make engaging portraits easy and fun.

Shooting portraits involves much more than just awareness of your camera settings—it’s also about human interaction, backgrounds, and lighting. Taking pictures of people ...

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