We met up at 17:00 hours in Victoria Square and a Fujifilm X30 was given away as a prize.
We then set of to Royal Mail Street and made our way to the Old Line Birmingham Canal after a brief Street camera demo from myself and a quick Q & A by Damien Lovegrove.
Damien was soon to live up to his new name and the Love Gloves came off for the above shot. The Loveglove name came from a Japanease translation of Lovegrove a few weeks back when Damien was representing FujiFilm UK in Japan as one of the FujiFilm X Photographers.
Most of the images from the evening were posted on Twitter under the #FujiTPSWalk and are well worth a look. I managed to grab a few images between chatting and demonstrating a few street photography techniques. We then made our way to a local pub for a quiet drink before ending the evening. So, if you are at The Photography Show next year look out for a Street Walk, one of the best ways to see a city and make new friends.
If you don’t want to wait till then, have a go at this great competition by Clifton Cameras and FujiFilm UK and try to win one of three Fuji X100T’s and possibly a trip to Paris.
You can also come on one of the free Photowalks planned over the next 6 months, see web site for details http://www.techtoyreviews.com/fujifilm-xt10-rumors-sensor-fuji-xt1-price/