Took a quick gander and he even used a point in shoot 16mp APS-C fuji x70 !
He's definitely got a good eye! Very talented with good timing.....but that too can be a second shooters perspective in some shots.........
I'm curious if he uses B/W straight out of camera. Everyone has a certain style and I see a lot of crushed gritty blacks and very dark dramatic non filled shadows. I find some images to be very "heavy" looking as the emotion portrays happiness and light laughter. Some images would probably have matched better in colour vs predominately heavy crushed BW photos.
Compressed Jpgs that are having issues to fix in post (blown highlights usually ) can have colour grading issues. When I shot exclusively jpg in my early years I found BW conversion was my absolute saviour. Having real colours perfectly exposed is something I appreciate more but this is personal preference. Much easier to incorporate digital noise in a BW photo compared to a perfect coloured image.
Aladyforty, I'd just stick with what works for you. I think most professionals would now shoot both raw and jpg as a safe means of documenting their work. There's reason why a high percentage of Pros really try to shoot with dual memory card camera bodies for redundancy with larger sized SD or CF memory cards for large RAW files and commonly smaller sized jpg.
I am fine with shooting the X100 in RAW however I'm wondering about my old X10 if I should shoot RAW or not. being as it is an old camera now everything I google talks of issues with processing the raw, muddy photos etc. Of course its now years down the track and I have lightroom 5.7 and wondering if all the complaints would have been the same with the upgrades to the post processing programmes. I cant seem to get the jpegs quite how i want with this little camera and I'm unsure if I'm processing correctly with them in RAW. The X100 is just so much easier to get good photos out of from the RAW format. I took some jpegs with the X10 the other day and blew out some highlights so shot RAW but the images seemed flat even after processing which could be my issue not the camera. Does anyone have any experience with the X10 that could give me some clues as to what I could possibly be doing wrong. I know it an old camera but not in the position to upgrade it and want to use it in tandem with my X100 for travel