First off : B&W. I shot all the scenery shots in this series with the 10-24 mm. The 10 mm focal length is very adequate to shoot in these rather confined spaces. Together with the low-light excellence of the X-T1, the shots are sharp as hell. The flowers are also shot with this wide angle lens : this gives you an idea at which short distances this lens can focus !
The portraits are taken with the 56 mm fixed focal length lens. It opens up to an incredible f/1.2 ! Being able to shoot at that shallow depth of field, cries for creative ideas for the future. The aperture ring on this objective, like in the old days, invites you to play around at different depth of field settings.
For most portraits however I opened it up to about f/2 to have the best depth of field for these particular portraits.
Next up : color. Only one thing : I have said it before, and I will repeat it many more times to come : Fujifilm's automatic white balance is undoubtedly the best in the world.
The Fujifilm X-T1 immediately draws attention from the crowd. Interchangeable lenses, yet so portable. Everyone is interested and my camera was going from hand to hand.
And yesss, the (young) man savouring his little plastic cup of authentic Columbian Rum is me :-)