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Abandoned in Place -- photography book kickstarter

Today, 10:13 PM

Posted by alans in General Photography Talk

I hope this Kickstarter project may intersect with lots of interests around here. Roland Miller, the photographer and driver of the project, is a friend of my family, so I have plenty of bias I'll cop to up front; I grew up with many of his photos in the house, and have a real emotional attachment to a lot of this work. I'd love to see it be wildly successful.

 

Abandoned in Place: The project is to produce a book of photos of deserted and derelict facilities --- many of which have since been demolished or further lost to weather and time --- from America's early space program. Roland has been working on elements of this project for 25 years. 

 

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The book includes essays from a number of folks involved in the U.S. space program, and the project is featured today as the Kickstarter project of the day, which is super exciting. If you're interested, please check it out. I know it's not Fuji, but it's pretty cool.

 

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XF 18-55mm FS/FT for a wide prime

Today, 09:53 PM

Posted by Victorilux in X-T1 Discussion
Anyone interested?

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Hello from Queens, NY

Today, 08:23 PM

Posted by spoe in Members - Introductions

Hello from Queens, NY  :)

 

The summer before last I had picked up a used Fuji X100 so I wouldn’t have to travel with my DSLR while on vacation. Fell in love with the controls, image quality and size, but I felt a little confined with the fixed focal length so I sold it when I got back.

 

Recently, I decided to re-think and consolidate my DSLR lens kit that consisted mostly of large zooms. I sold all of them off, added a couple primes and threw an interchangeable Fuji X kit (X-T1, 14mm, 35mm, and 56mm) into the mix.

 

I could not be happier, as I feel the whole system is just stellar. Image quality, controls, ergonomics, that EVF (which I never thought I’d ever be able to live with), and build quality are unreal.

 

I joined here about a week ago, and I look forward to reading and looking at captures from other Fuji users.

 

Cheers,

Spoe

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anyone has experince this with their xt?

Today, 06:00 PM

Posted by Lie Song San in X-T1 Discussion
I have an xt for almost 4 mths
Like it so much.
But last photoshoot has been a terrible disaster for me.àS
I take the photos and everything was ok. All was raw+ fine.
But when i got back and review my pics on camera, it become like this.

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EVF display options question . . .

Today, 05:35 PM

Posted by Rand47 in X-T1 Discussion
Hello All,

I'm brand new to the X-T1 and have read the manual thoroughly and have the camera configured to suit me, BUT I have one "weirdness" that I don't understand and would appreciate insight from those of you who have used this camera for a while.

I have the custom display settings "checked" to include the items I'd like to see when the custom mode is invoked and it works perfectly on the LCD. But, when looking through the EVF there is no way to "turn off" custom settings (that I can find, at least). While looking through the viewfinder and pressing display, I only have the otion for "full" or "standard." And, even when I have the LCD view set to "off" or "standard" I still get all of the selected items (e.g. grid screen and electronic level) in the EVF.

Am I missing something? Is this normal behavior? Or, is there a bug in my firmware? (I have the latest firmware, BTW).

Thanks in advance for any insight.
Rand

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9/11 Memorial Museum

Today, 04:48 PM

Posted by DJL813 in Fuji X Photos

I lost several friends on 9/11 and although I visit ground zero quite often, I haven't been able to muster up the strength to visit the museum....until today.

 

I intentionally shot high contrast...high grain....BW....the last image will stay with me for a very long time...

 

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XE2 M-C-S dial error

Today, 03:26 PM

Posted by jmraso in Troubleshooting
Hi all,

Well, aparently though the M-C-S dial moves it doesnt work and now the cámera is always in C mode, I just reported this to Elite Service and expecting an answer soon !!!

Any idea of what is going on ???

Thanks,

JAIME RASO

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Hi from Southern California

Today, 03:23 PM

Posted by Hektor in Members - Introductions

Hi::

 

I just joined this forum. I'm sitting at home waiting for my Fuji X-T1 to be delivered.  It is taking for ever. I got the kit lens 18-55 and also the 23mm f/1.4.  I'm also selling, in another forum, my Nikon DX system (D3300.)  My other cameras are the Nikon D810 and Nikon Df.

 

When I saw the T1, it was not only love at first sight, I was also smitten by the camera.  It is everything I wanted in a camera and then some.Oh yes, I'm retired.  That is all I have to say for now.

 

Best regards,

 

Hektor

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New to Fuji. New to FujiX-Forum. 1st images with new X-T1

Today, 03:15 PM

Posted by sbcphoto in Members - Introductions

Hi all,

 

I thought I'd introduce myself. My name is Shawn Campbell and I'm a new convert to Fuji X. I just received my X-T1 and joined your forums here at FujiX-Forum. I live in east-central Florida near the coast just south of Port Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center. I generally shoot family and friends, portraits, church services and events, and I love shooting Disney. I'm a convert from Nikon full-frame, and I switched more than anything because my Nikon gear was just so big and bulky I never had it with me and couldn't stand carrying it around with me.

 

Here are a few images from my first few days with the new baby taken over at Disney World's Animal Kingdom...

 

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Found a good lab (US)

Today, 02:58 PM

Posted by rybolt in General Photography Talk

I've gotten many great suggestions and ideas from this Forum and I wish I could remember who recommended White House Custom Colour lab for prints from the Fuji files.

I set up an account with them late last week and got my first test prints back today. Their interface is a little bit klugy but once you have it downloaded and figured out it's very simple. They want you to upload five files sized to 8X10 and 300 dpi in order to test your monitor brightness and color against their printers. Mine were dead on perfect. The interesting thing is that these are not inkjet prints. They use Kodak "analog" paper and offer various surfaces.

I still have an Epson R1900 and R1400 in service and they work okay for casual prints but if I need anything for exhibition or for larger than 13X19 I'll use WHCC.

 

I have no connection to the company other than being a satisfied customer.

 

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Another road shot

Today, 02:53 PM

Posted by harleyman7 in Fuji X Photos

Looking thru my Cades Cove photos. Liked this one and thought I would share it with everyone...early morning X100S.

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Best Nikon to Fuji X Adaptor

Today, 02:42 PM

Posted by chrismscotland in Adapted Lens Discussion
I'm looking to adapt a couple of Nikon D lenses (with aperture rings) not too bothered about coSt as I've had checheapo ones before that were rubbish.

Ideally I'd like to be able to control aperture on the lens.

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Upstate New York

Today, 02:25 PM

Posted by trainer in Fuji X Photos

A rainy, wet, cool day in NY with fall fading fast into the dreary days of November.

Fuji x-e2,18-55, 1/2 sec. at F11  ISO 200

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Portraits with the kids

Today, 01:38 PM

Posted by dvd481s in Fuji X Photos

Hi everyone -

 

Just wanted to post some photos that my wife and I just took of the kids.  Before moving to Fuji we did our portraits with a Nikon D80 and a 50mm 1.8.  I must say that shooting with the Fuji is just awesome.  So impressed with the sharpness of the 60mm 2.4 and really didn't see that much of a lag in focusing compared to my combo in the past, granted it wasn't the fastest and was about 7 years old.  Anyways would love to get some suggestions for improvements. Including two black and white conversions from light room with my own adjustments.  Just starting to look at B&W PP, previously just shot B&W from camera.

 

Also, for the long term members.  With the upload limit being 4MB and our SOOC Jpegs being 6+ Megs typically, what are you doing to quickly downsize for uploading.

 

Thanks in advance for the feedback.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Please help: no histogram in OVF

Today, 01:34 PM

Posted by Gomosan in X-Pro1 Discussion

I just got a new Pro1 (I already have an E1). Everything is fine except that with the OVF (the OVF is the reason why I bought it) the histogram is empty. With the EVF and LCD the histogram is there, no problem. But with the OVF, the histogram is selected in the DISP: CUSTOM SETTING, the rectangle where the histogram is supposed to be is there, but it is empty. When I half press the shutter the rectangle disappears, tha's the way it has to work. But, why there is no histogram inside the rectangle?

I must be doing something wrong but here my E1 experience is useless. Any idea? Firmware is updated to 3.30. Thanks a lot for your help.

 

Gonzalo

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Spot Metering

Today, 12:52 PM

Posted by Jimbo70 in X100, X100S and X100T Discussion
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