If you've ever heard me discuss Fuji X cameras, one of the things I talk the most about is how good the files are straight off the camera. The colors are rich, the details are crisp, and the high ISO performance is incredible for an APS-C sensor. Today, while shooting some good old street photography during a flash rain/hailstorm, I must have somehow managed to corrupt the RAW files from my brand new X-T1. The pictures looked quite nice on their own (also thanks to the brilliant 35mm f/1.4 I'm already in love with), but the unexpected and completely unintentional glitches give these images (I wouldn't really call them photographs anymore) another layer of depth. What do you think?