Last weekend I spent the day driving around the city to explore some interesting places. My first stop was at the Heidelberg Project which is a neat alternative art installation in Detroit. Everything there was partially covered with snow which made it quite interesting.
Thanks to the sunlight and the white snow I was able to test the electronic shutter of my X-T1 that came with the last firmware update (thanks, Fuji <3). You can configure it that when the physical limit of the mechanical shutter is reached at 1⁄4000 it automatically switches to the electronic shutter that can go up to 1⁄32000. So no need for an ND filter when shooting with open aperture in bright sunlight. That’s pretty awesome.
After that I just randomly drove through the city and found some interesting buildings and murals. Due to the cold outside I took most of the pictures “American style” (without leaving the car) :).