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Shoreditch street art on the Fujifilm XT10.

I have finally taken hold of my new camera, A compact multi lens Fujifilm XT10. So yesterday I thought I would road test it around the streets. So here is Shoreditch street art on the Fujifilm XT10.

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I had so much fun and I don’t even know how to use it yet! All of the shots below are shot on Auto ( I haven’t managed to work out much of the settings as yet.) And all photos are completely unedited, as I just wanted to see what this little baby could do all on its own.

Spitlefields Market fujifilm xt10

Shoreditch is the perfect place for photos, the array of street art is plentiful, the art work is truly outstanding. Below is a portrait of a Tibetan refugee by Adnate an artist from Australia, you can find this in  Sclater street.

Street art Sclater street london

This is one below is by British artist Dale Grimshaw in Brick Lane. Note the Wrdsmth quote in the background, I love finding these!

Street art Hanbury street london

This fantastic new face on Bacon street is huge! I love how the pictures are constantly changing.

Street art Brick lane london

This piece of art work near shoreditch tube station always makes me stop and look, True Graffiti with a cyber girl.

Street art Shoreditch station london

I’ve passed this wall before in Pedley street and it didn’t look like this! it was totally different I love the surprises each time I visit.

Street art Shoreditch station london

Below is Hanbury street taken on the Fujifilm XT10. When I strolled past few months ago it had another piece of art, I feel like I have to keep looking and photographing its ever changing moods.

Hanbury street street art fujifilm xt10

Hanbury street taken on the IPhone in April looked like this.

Hanbury street

I can’t wait to capture some more shots of this great town when I have mastered the camera. I’m sure it will look totally different again on my next visit.

D x




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  1. Hi Donna, playing with a new camera is always fun and I love your photos. Shoreditch looks an amazing place to wander round and the graffiti is something else!

    Enjoy your camera, but I have a feeling I don’t need to ell you that!


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