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All were -2/3 stop to preserve highlights during the intense sunlight and pushed slightly in my Macbook pro:-). The 1...
at the great walll https://beefcrab.wordpress.com/2015/07/19/the-alright-wall-of-chinapilkington-2010/
My boring remark again; 16&35 is all you need. For wider just make a Pano.....(#1 Camogli, #2 Portofino, #3 Riomag...
Ink's architectural photography - feel free to leave feedback
KeithT - Today, 02:04 AM
Wonderful subject matter and well taken. Perhaps have fun shooting at various angles and in-camera crops. Both...
It seems that both the RR-80 & RR-80a work with the X-S1 according to Fuji. Check out the remote release on this page...
Slackjawgaze, Check menu 1 Auto Focus settings, do you have pre focus ON? I have mine set off. I went to a country...
X-E2, Rokkor 58, f1.4, lensturbo and with the Soligor 105, f2.8
I'm considering trading in/part exchanging the 'kit' lens, plus most likely the 50-200 in favour of one of the above...
What f/l, also have you checked the raw innanother converter? What do camera jpegs look like?
Acorn is terrible makes foliage look worse then LR.
Very nice results. I have one of these lenses but haven't even used it on my SRT101 yet. I'll need to try...
Hello, as a newbie here and still trying to learn my camera, I wanted to share a pic with you.This is shot with a 35m...
The 16mm is for me the more allround lens.
In my opinion, the only significant advantage the 18mm or 27mm would offer you over the 18-55mm is size, so if its so...
The post editing feature on this forum doesn't seem to work, so here are the other few I wanted to add. First a...
Agree. One of the best I've seen around here.
A few more results from this combination. First three at f/2.8 and the last wide open. My M42 adapter has...
14mm has been all over the world with me. No complaints.
I couldn't find a search option for this question ..
beakhammer - Today, 01:11 AM
Close up with the 23mm on an XPro1: Close up wth the 35mm on an XE2. This is not a perfect example, but the 35 is...
Rod: Perhaps you are right, but on the other hand - it's like the AF+MF option - you don't HAVE to turn it on, but it...
Ah goody, I get to learn Capture One. At least it's free for Phase One users.
I do use the XE-1 and the 27 mm. The 27 mm is a compact and light lens which is easy for traveling/hiking. ...
Anyone have a photo of the new 90mm mounted on an XP1? Ive been looking everywhere and cant seem to find one. th...
Wow, you have captured the sunlight beautifully. My favorites are #1 and #7 -the last.
Take the 16mm because it is better for shooting people, and it is the people that make city photos great.
This may help for sharpening RAF files in Lightroom : http://petebridgwood.com/wp/2014/10/x-trans-sharpening/
I guess it comes down to 14mm - wider, smaller 16mm - faster, better close focus, WR For me the 16mm's size is not...
Plenty of detail here. Looks a bit dark though.
Nice images.. Looks like they are permanently lip locked ;)
#3 for me. Processing on #2 doesn't work at all in my eyes.
Do a search you will find plenty of info on this issue.. Comes up every other week. Its a Adobe issue. Even if y...
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Hello, as a newbie here and still trying to learn my camera, I wanted to share a pic with you.
This is shot with a email@example.com - 1/60 ISO 640.
I found the challenge of autofocus to be a thing, it seems to miss sometimes. In the old days, shooting with manual focus and doing the cropping in the dark room not to have issues with out of focus. Hope that I master M+A focus soon!
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Anyone have a photo of the new 90mm mounted on an X-Pro1? Ive been looking everywhere and cant seem to find one.
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Im going to travel to NYC + DC and decide to have one camera one lens setup. Now Im torn between 14mm and 16mm. Is 16mm wide enough for NYC and DC or should I go wider with 14mm.
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While walking yesterday I was reminded how mid summer is my least favorite time to be in the woods. Spring with the fresh shoots and leaves of light greens and Fall with it's assorted colors are best; but mid-summer with it's mature deep greens is very uninteresting, so to make it interesting I brought some MF lenses with me to shake things up. Thanks for looking!
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I'm getting the the fuji 23mm and the 35mm in the next couple of day's ... I have the X100T and for close up photo taking at f2 it's not really that good it's not bad but ... I'm wondering how much better these two prime lenses my new camera will be ...
If any of you would please show me some photo's taken with them up close....
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Zoo visit a couple of weeks ago, shoot with the Fuji X-T1, 55-200mm lens, and the bird was of course behind a meshfence.......
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For those who have not used this lens I am attaching an example of the out of focus background at f/8 taken about one meter from the subject.
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Bigger than the current crop of 50MP CMOS sensors.
More than twice the area of Full Frame and nearly FIVE times bigger than my little fujis. More than eight times the size of MFT!
Totally unnecessary, of course. Waste of money, of course. Huge fun, of course.
Should arrive next week.
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I met up with a fellow forum member, Alice today (and hopefully soon with meet up sometime with Mike from Moore, OK).
We met at Will Roger's park and I was able to try the 50-140 2.8 out. Wow, what a sweet lens!
This park is FULL of photographers, so we took advantage of the pretty people. LOL
And Alice got one of me. (So this is with her X-T1 and the 50-140....I just did the post processing on it).
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Many years ago I discovered the 20mm focal length when I purchased a 20/2.8 for my Canon EOS system. It was not a very good lens, but I fell in love with the focal length.
I eventually sold the lens, coveting the Zeiss 21/2.8 to replace it. My budget being limited though, the Zeiss was not to be. However, when I traded in a lot of old Canon gear in December to purchase an X-T1, I jumped at the opportunity to get a Fujinon 14/2.8 at $200 off. It has turned out to be a wonderful lens. Everything I had hoped for!
Sometimes, I like to spend a few days with a single prime lens, just to teach myself to "see" at the focal length. For the past several days I have been shooting with 14/2.8 almost exclusively. I thought I'd share some of what I "saw" when viewing the world at 21mm. :-)
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I'm considering trading in/part exchanging the 'kit' lens, plus most likely the 50-200 in favour of one of the above three lens but struggling to make up my mind which.
I've noticed that the majority of the photos I've taken with the kit lens have been at the wider end hence the leaning towards one of the above. I already have and adore the 35mm 1.4 but fancy something wider and potentially smaller size wise as an every day, chuck in my bag lens. Obviously the 27mm is the pancake, but seems an odd length to me? I get the sense that the 23mm is the go to lens, but size wize it's bigger than the 35mm isn't it? But it's a 1.4, not a 2... Hmmm. I know very little about the 18mm
If money were no object/I had a second body/was doing more photography work for other people, I'd get the 16-55 2.8 without a doubt, but it really isn't a 'chuck in a handbag' lens and defeats the whole idea of downsizing my kit (though I know I have the 50-140 but he only gets to go out on specific occasions).
Damn Fuji, making all these lenses
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Sorry for my english.
I bought med X100S in april this year. It's a great camera, but the last month I'm getting really bad quality in many pictures.
Specially in the shadows and skintones. I don't know if I'm doing wrong in Lightroom and CS6 or the camera is broken.
Sometimes I even sees the patterns in my viewfinder.
I'm sending an example describing my problem.
Settings for the picture;
Exported to Lightroom 5 *.RAF to *.DNG
No changes made in LR. Just the White balance. In CS 6 I have just lighten the shadows. Not much.
Saved the Pictures in 16-bit - Jpg.
Hoping for an answer.
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