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Today, 06:05 PM

Posted by redshifted in Photos



iPhone 6 Plus native camera app pano processed in snapseed and native camera app


Thanks for looking,


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Wings and Wheels say goodbye to Vulcan XH558

Today, 05:45 PM

Posted by gredawarha in General

Good evening all.


Today I had the privilege of seeing the the last flying Vulcan, XH558 at Wings and Wheels, Dunsfold, UK.  I have had the fortune of seeing this magnificent plane on three occasions.  Due to her age, and the fact that the expertise to run her is becoming lost this is her last year flying.


This coincided with my acquisition of the X-T1 and my 50-140 lens so it was inevitable that I would have to use the pair to photograph this magnificent plane.  Below are my first two photos that I have had chance to sit down, evaluate and edit.  By the time the Vulcan arrived the sky was grey as grey can get, so I felt that Black and White was the way to go.  Over the next week or so I will add photos to the thread and maybe try and get a decent colour photo.  I have no connection with the plane except for a fascination but if you are inclined I strongly recommend this book below which tells the story of the Vulcan bombing of falklands and the astonishing journey to get there:




And now the plane herself:




And then bomb bay doors open:




This is the final year of flight for the last of the Vulcan bombers.  I have post this on Facebook to my friends but the same goes to anyone here.  This plane is a piece of history and if anyone would like a full resolution copy of the Vulcan private message me and I will be happy to send you a copy.


Hope you enjoy, I might take my time but I intend to add photos over the next week or so.



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Love the Clarity and Color the X100T Produces...

Today, 05:45 PM

X100T at York Beach, Maine... early morning last week...  Almost SOOC... just a tweak with exposure and black levels in Aperture.  Love the JPEG engine in this camera




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Sandstone Falls in New River Gorge National Park

Today, 04:47 PM

Posted by jon595 in Landscape

Just returned from a short trip.  While there, I managed to spend a few hours with my camera and tripod at the Sandstone Falls in the New River Gorge National Park.  It's a set of waterfalls across the river that aren't very tall, but span most of the river.  I just received a new Rokinon 12mm f/2 lens and a RitzGear variable ND filter, so I had to test them out.  All was good.






We stayed at the Greenbrier resort, which was very different than where we usually stay.



There are some more shots of both places on my website if anyone is interested.

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Austrian Summer - photo essay

Today, 03:59 PM

Posted by magmouse in Landscape

I have just put a photo essay from a recent trip to the Austrian Alps up on Flickr. This hopefully avoids the worst tourist-brochure clichés of summer in the alps - the weather certainly helped with this. The images are mostly landscapes, with a few others mixed in.


Here is the link and a sample image:





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Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm f1.4, c/y

Today, 03:18 PM

I. Love. This. Lens. (And this woman!)

20798190930_7f3582c2ca_b.jpgAriella at Breakfast II by Tim Lukian, on Flickr

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Old stuff

Today, 03:06 PM

Posted by Macmodus in General

Old stuff









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Mini Sunflowers

Today, 03:00 PM

Posted by dpc in General


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XT 1 18-55 KIT

Today, 02:41 PM

Out and about with the XT-1 and 18-55

Thought it was time to share one or two. 


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The 'plastic skin' at higher ISOs issue

Today, 02:14 PM

I'd be really grateful if someone could explain if this is a 'real' issue, or one that is propagated by those with an axe to grind in relation to Fuji cameras.

Also, if it is a real issue, and if it is caused by the way in which Fuji algorithms process the RAW info to produce the JPEGs, why is Fuji unwilling to address the issue?

I have see the issue referred to frequently (most recently in one of the Comments responding to the Fuji Windows 10 firmware update), and would love it if someone could shed light on this for me.

Many thanks.

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Photography books for Teenagers

Today, 02:02 PM

Hello All


Can anyone recommend books that will help or inspire a teenager. Our 13yr old enjoys photography days out with us but he's still very much at the point & shoot stage, using a modest compact camera.


We're planning to give him his mums X10 at Christmas (as she has recently upgraded to the X30) which should give him far more versatility without overwhelming him. He gets very disgruntled on evening/night walkabouts as his current camera sensor just wont work in the dusk/dark.


Like most youngsters he'll no doubt turn to YouTube for help & tips and his Mum who works in Adult Education has found him a MOOC that is very much aimed at beginners. But having a good readable book to hand could also be a useful tool.


Any Ideas anyone?


Cheers, Nigel 

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Bumper cards in Vienna

Today, 12:38 PM

At night in Vienna at the Prater Amusement Park.




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Control lock

Today, 12:08 PM

Hi All


I think this has come up before with earlier models but I am still not understanding this "feature".  I must have inadvertently pressed something yesterday to get this padlock icon but, apart from showing the icon and where it will appear in the viewfinder, I cannot see anything in the manual about this thing and what it does or what it prevents you from doing.  Nor, as far as I can see, does the manual tell you how to switch it on or off.  Can anyone help?



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coney island xt-1 / 55-200mm and 23mm 1.4

Today, 11:57 AM

Posted by dhdhdh in General

both iso 200

shutter speed on night shot:  15 secs.   f8 i think

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the white light

Today, 11:53 AM

Posted by Jakke in General

Hello All,


First there is a tunnel, then there is The White Light, they say ...


greetings Jakke

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