We were on the verge of rescheduling the safari due to the on and off afternoon rain. The rain held out for the safari and Katelyn, the youngest participant, was a great model and all around good sport about the afternoon. As we walked out onto the Jordan Pond lawn in Acadia National Park, we were greeted with red blazing bushes everywhere. I had the group jump right into the middle of them and start shooting. Here's one of the shots I snapped as an example with my Fuji 'point and shoot'.
Here's the raw image.
I wanted to see what the difference between convert the image with VSCO and using the X100s in-camera jpeg Velvia processing engine. I like the in-camera processor better. Here's what it produced (don't tell anyone I'm shooting jpeg).
For the final image I brought it into Nik Color Efex Pro and applied the Tonal Contrast, Detail Extractor and Sunlight Filter.
EXIF data: Fujifilm X100S, 23mm, f/8 (&B there), 1/25 sec, ISO 200, 10/26/13, 3:10 PM