Back in March I packed my bags for a few days in London, I took with me the Fuji X100 WCL+TCL and a few batteries and cards, a very lightweight and easy to carry setup.
The main focus of the trip was to attend on of Kevin Mullin's street photography workshops for one of the days, then spend the rest of the time wandering the streets of London shooting some more street and just some general tourist stuff.
The workshop started in Brick Lane and went onto the financial district providing a stark difference in setting and types of shots, Kevin's teaching style is very chilled out and relaxed whist giving great tips and challenges for shooting. My main challenge when shooting street photography is coming up with a theme or a reason to take photos, if I don't have this I end up just taking shots of anything and not having any real goal in mind. After this workshop I can say I've got some great new ideas and tips for themes and I feel from here I can really step my street photography game up.
I'll move swiftly onto the photos which will continue next week in part 2 of this blog, all of the shots here are RAW edits from the Fuji X100 with either the WCL or TCL on, enjoy.