Discussion in 'Photos taken with Any Brand of Camera' started by aKilter, Apr 11, 2017.
Lots of DOF for such a close subject.
In that type of photography adequate depth of field is the major challenge. Most such shots are done at the smallest aperture in this case f22 and while it does give up a bit of detail due to diffraction, it more than makes up for in additional depth of field. So it's a trade off. On my CWRailman WEB site I discuss the issues involved when taking this sort of shot. Additional images of this type can be found on this gallery though none were taken with a Fuji camera. In this case the 16-50mm lens mounted on my X-T10 was set to F22 at 23mm and the front of the lens was about 6.5" away from the corner of that platform and laying on the surface which was a low as I could get it.
A beauty salon for very unique clients (Fuji XT-2 and 10-24 mm).
Ps-Lr--FLDR Pioneer PK-SBFLDR 2017--Eastman XX 5222-Konica FS-1 28mm -TMax 1to4-010 by Peter Arbib -My General Galleries, on Flickr
Ps-Lr--FLDR Pioneer PK-SBFLDR 2017--Eastman XX 5222-Konica FS-1 28mm -TMax 1to4-005 by Peter Arbib -My General Galleries, on Flickr
Ps-Lr--FLDR Pioneer PK-SBFLDR 2017--Eastman XX 5222-Konica FS-1 28mm -TMax 1to4-003 by Peter Arbib -My General Galleries, on Flickr
KONICA FS-1, HEXANON 28mm f/3.5 AR, EASTMAN XX 5222, TMAX 1:4
_E8A6302-Edit-2 by Noah, on Flickr
So many great shots for inspiration...
I see in color, but I need to begin to see more in monochrome...
enjoy some of these a lot! Good talent here...
Wow... this is amazing!
X100S using the built-in ND filter in Venice, CA
X-T2 and XF55-200mm in Venice, CA
X-T2 and XF60mm at the Getty Center
Thanks for looking,
on the beach, North Wales...
Have had such a run with work and getting other stuff out of the way... too busy to post.
Here's another of the Cape Palliser Lighthouse. NZ
Cape Palliser Lighthouse #2 by niggyl, on Flickr
A7Rii, Zeiss 18/2.8, 1/750th, f/9.5, ISO100.
X-E2 & XF 16mm
Contributing. I've never knowingly processed a BW the same way twice, so please don't expect any consistency.
Oil fired live steam 5" scale, Narrow Gauge Mikado (2-8-2) waiting under the shade of the shed for it’s next run around the McCormick Ranch Train Park in Scottsdale, Arizona. Original JPEG image.
X-T1 with 50-230 @ 143.9mm
Lock machinery, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
DSCF0078 by Bill Walderman, on Flickr
Athenaeum, Alexandria, VA
DSCF1311 by Bill Walderman, on Flickr
X-T1 with 50-230 @ 53mm
One Path Road Early in the Morning......
X-T1 with 50-230 @ 101.2mm
Untitled by Otim, on Flickr