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35/1.4 Goes to the Farmer's Market in Little Italy San Diego
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Thanks. The colors are Provia, with both Color and Sharpness set to +1. Added a bit of brushed in Definit...
In Aperture Priority it will first run the ISO up to the maximum that you've set, and then it will start reducing shu...
.... A word on "rules" : The "rules" are truly just guidelines that more or less explain the (subliminal ?) character...
My finding is the 4.0 make the 35mm F1.4 supper fast now, it's faster than 56mm and 50-140 with setting recommended a...
Even with stationary subject it doesn't work lot of times. I was using 56mm and eye detect would detect eye even when...
Nice but would have been better if light coming in from the top.If this was a trditional studio portrait, your commen...
That is beautiful! Excellent Shot!!!
only have the x-e1 now after having 2 Nikon Dslrs stolen (2 years apart) does me fine shoot raw, have 2 kit len...
That's the situation we have here - a handful of stockists dominating with few other retailers stocking Fuji gear....
Sorry, caught up in the awesomeness of your photo....skipped right over the curtain info.
There are many sound reasons for MAP. Rush to the bottom is a shortsighted strategy. Manufacturers have strong intere...
Yes, Jericho beach, near the pier and sailing club.This was taken around 0930. I guess I should have been there for w...
I miss driving my Elise. I don't miss getting in and out of it
Like the photos very much and just loving the car too! Well done, as ever, Jannie. Cheers, Peter
I checked pricing on the X100t yesterday, it's pretty much the same in the US as Australia, $1447 AUD vs $1099 USD, a...
Thanks! I'll add you back
MAP is actually designed to protect price integrity, so larger dealers can't simply undercut smaller ones.
Well, I've got that zoom, too. But, I could not accept it's low quality @ 16mm indoors low light situations. I though...
Hello from Norfolk! Stick with the Fuji lenses and skip the bulky DSLR lenses. Keep it light! It is...
I can't say I remember the last time I actually brought my camera to a non-paying gig. When I am not working I...
Or, to view it another way, given our local prices, if Fuji aren't selling enough cameras, then a MAP isn't the answe...
Luckily they can't do it here in Australia - its a breach of our competition laws. Besides, MAPs are generally...
I got to get me one of those!
I used to have a friend who drove a Lotus Elan, a long, long time ago. It was in the shop more than it was on the roa...
A gift, wrapped in stone, in a water-sky, above a house...
yendikeno - Today, 09:19 PM
Agree with Richard. Very cleverly done!
playing with processing
My kind of image thread! :bling:
So which one is that "perfect" bag? :devil:
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I can't say I remember the last time I actually brought my camera to a non-paying gig. When I am not working I rarely take pictures....until now. It's not a chore to lug around my fuji gear! I just clip it on my belt and it's there when I need it and safely tucked away when it's time to just chill. Not something that happens when i show up with my DSLR gear. Played some yard Yahtzee and the X-T1 was focusing great. Inside I sat at the table for some board games with my silent shutter and got some real moments that would not have been possible otherwise. Did some fireworks on the beach and she did great with the long exposures. Here's a few from the day:
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I used to have a friend who drove a Lotus Elan, a long, long time ago. It was in the shop more than it was on the road. This Lotus is stunning in design. 27mm/X-Pro1.
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Effective July 15th, 2015, Fuji will have a new MAP policy for dealers.
This applies to USA authorized dealers; dealers in other regions may or may not have similar restrictions.
MAP stands for 'minimum advertised price' and it is a system that all manufacturers use. Dealers can SELL below this figure, but they cannot ADVERTISE below this figure.
However, they are further tightening the rules as follows:
Dealers will no longer be allowed to offer discount codes for online orders that results in prices that are below the minimum, and will also no longer be allowed to provide any written communication (including email) to a prospective buyer which offers to sell an item below MAP.
All sales below MAP will therefore have to be done via direct or telephone sale.
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A few fireworks pics then a few street shots from the Bethany, OK parade. My first real outing with the 18-135 since Firmware 4.0.
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The last of the series, for now. More here.
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Another image from my maiden voyage with new hiking tripod.
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I set out yesterday to read the forum and try to figure out how to shoot fireworks. I wanted to use my 18-135 lens, but after trying to find the solution of how to set aperture on the lens and posting here about my confusion, I didn't get any answers before needing to leave the house. So I took my 50-140 and threw in the 10-24. We arrived on a curved bridge way before time. The reason being I knew where I wanted to go...the bridge....but only remembered the general area of Oklahoma City it was in. So we drove up and down streets until we found it. I expected the show to start before it did at 10 p.m., because it was dark way before then.
Once there, I set up my tripod and camera. Decided the 50-140 wasn't wide enough. That's why I wanted the 18-135. So I put on the 10-24 and assigned the timer to the fn button. Set 2 seconds. I thought I was choosing 5 seconds duration, but it turns out it was 1/5 of a second, my fault for not understanding my camera better. I think the aperture was set at f8, sometimes f11.
So...my firework trails aren't as long as if it had been 5 seconds. Here are two fair ones, but while waiting for the display, I did turn toward the west and shot the Oklahoma city skyline, which excited me more.
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i'm wondering if the 16 might replace a 23 for a street shooting kit?
i used a 25 on a zeiss ikon rangefinder for awhile and liked it quite a bit.
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Just purchased a new X-T10. Downloaded Silkypix 2.0. Converted some RAF files to jpg and when looking at the jpg files I noticed this.
The raw file looks fine but the conversion shows only white spots through the leaves instead of the background clouds. Attached file shows close up view of the
tree leaves. The ver2.0 was a brandnew install without making any changes to setting.
Has anyone else com across this?
Any advice would be helpful, thanks.
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