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Here's a little snippet of cityscape with Fuji-X, from this past sunny weekend in Times Square, NY, USA.

Wide grand shots of the colors, and this microcosm, a classic New York Deli, in glorious Acros-sim black and white.
This hand-held exposure (XT-2) was, by the way, using the much-berated 18-135mm (and WR!) Fuji lens. 

Sad note, incidentally (don't shoot the messenger) but Fuji has announced this lovely film (on a roll) will be allowed to die this October (2018).
The news: https://petapixel.com/2018/03/30/fujifilm-acros-100-film-to-be-killed-off-in-october-2018-report-says/

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Edited by FenFotos
Forgot important bit of info for Fuji users and shoppers: this was not too bad from the lens so maybe people love to hate!
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One more Fuji-X cityscape - again with the much-maligned , but generally great in daylight, 18-135mm Fuji lens. This one in color. 

Again, the context/backstory.
This is the heart of Times Square, where there is currently a public space occupied by this: "All Over the Place".
Which it is, with Disney characters, tourists, and passersby stopping to rest here on a hot summer day.

Bonus: This piece, co-sponsored by the Queens (NY) museum, comes with a sound-track, mostly talking with a backdrop of wonderful NY images:
http://bit.ly/SoundtrackMel
More information about the artist @ bit.ly/MelChinAOTP
 

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