Last Sunday I had the chance to visit the 2015 Athens Scooter Festival. This is an event quite interesting to all friends of two-wheels, and, indeed, visitor response was very good. Besides exhibition booths by all major motorcycle brand dealers, there was a display of some quite unique "pimped" scooters and motorbikes. There was also a section with painstakingly restored historic (some of them really old) motorcycles.
I used the Fuji 35mm f/1.4 lens for all those photos, along with the Classic Chrome profile, which I've come to really love on the Fujis. All photos are JPEGs, with a hair of post processing (basically add of vignette in some, plus a bit of sharpening). I found Classic Chrome to be ideal for these shots, and, in general, giving excellent results when used in a sunny environment. It seems to take away just enough of the harsh chromatic contrast resulting from hard sunlight (all these shots were taken at about 4-5pm).
Coupled with the rendering from the 35mm f/1.4, I think results were very pleasing.