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I took this shot in 1993 using Fuji Neon 1600 film. It's part of the series from my forthcoming (I hope) book. More Please login or register to view links.
Ive been into photography and videography for a long time now but never really took the time to learn or thought that I would be able to make money with it. I’ve become inspired and have found a passion for it. I just recently picked up a Fujifilm XH1, 16-55mm f2.8, and 35mm f2 lens. Can’t wait to learn more and start creating some dope ass content!…
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There have been a couple of references in recent threads on the FujiX-Forum to 'Polaroids' - both about the awful little color ones. But long before there were color ones, my family bought a Polaroid Land Camera that made only black & white prints. I don't remember the exact model, but as I recall, it looked a lot like this one:
This was a remarkable purchase for our family, as they were rather expensive, and back then, my family did not waste money on expensive toys.
While making a book about our family's history, I scanned some of the Polaroid snaps taken by my father in the 1950s-1960s and I was amazed at the quality. Always in focus, always nicely exposed, no grain, and a very nice range of soft and subtle tones. [Not very often will you hear me bragging up b&w, so pay attention!]
I would hate for Dr. Land's legacy to become a synonym for crappy photos, so I'd like to show a few of the earlier ones here. (more in the reply)
Photo shot with:
Fuji x-T1
XF 23mm f2 @f13 (ISO 1600) 1/60th sec
Godox V860 II flash
Canon 24mm 2.jpg
Adapted Canon FD 24mm f2.8 SSC on Fuji X-H1
K&F Concept FD-FX adapter
Photo by Geoff Smith
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Our kind of blueberries are smaller :)
You need to get close. They are incredible tasty and sweet!
xt2, 10-24@24, 1/80, f8. Today, Aug. 17.
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My iPhone 6+ pic of a piece of Chicago style deep dish pizza.
My stock sale of this pic was featured on the Stockimo Twitter feed yesterday.
Stockimo is an iPhone (only) app based stock agency based in the UK and affiliated with the Alamy stock photo agency.
The pic sold for $250 about three months ago and netted me $100 (40%).
It was processed on my iPhone in Snapseed at the restaurant :cool:.
Thanks for looking,
Adjusted in Lightroom, Photoshop and NIK Viveza.
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Large White Female Butterfly taken on the allotments, taken with a XT10 and 55-200.
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Just got my X-T2 back from Fuji repair, but they did a system reset and all my in-camera shooting menu settings (e.g. highlight, shadow, NR, sharpness, color) are back to zero.
Can anyone suggest what settings might be best for landscapes, nature (e.g. flowers) and portraits?
Next time I will be sure to create custom settings banks!…
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Ya see, I’ve had this itch for several months now and I have convinced myself that I really need to try out the mu4/3 field. This doesn't mean I don’t like my Fuji gear anymore, far from it. But I have this itch to try another system, which needs to be scratched. Had to sell off three premium lenses to fund the experiment but I wasn’t using them very much at all, so off they went to the great PX emporium in the sky.
Brand new G9 + Panasonic Leica 12-60mm 2.8-4 arrived this morning, initial impressions are good. But it will take me ages to get familiar, with all the strange new buttons and menu options to get to grips with! Smaller than the illustrations would have you believe, smaller than the Fujifilm X-H1 by about a centimetre. I have smallish hands but the camera seems to fit them quite nicely, good oh. The Leica 12-60mm feels smooth and not at all sloppy. The camera and lens feels that they go well together, and they are fast.
I thought the X-H1 shutter was quite sensitive to the touch, but the G9 is even more sensitive, I suspect it will take me a while to get accustomed to its action, until then I need to learn to use B.B.Focusing. I’m impressed with the quality of both body & lens, the combination of the Leica lens and Panasonic body doesn’t feel heavy.
More comments to follow as I grow into the camera!…
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After several days of vigorous hiking with a backpack full of camera gear in Newfoundland I wanted a day off. I sat down in a comfy armchair on the deck of our rented cabin, mere feet from the ocean shore, expecting soon to doze off. Then I noticed this iceberg in the distance, ran inside and grabbed my Fuji 100-400 lens and X-H1. Then sat down in the armchair again. Just then a few minke whales swam by, followed closely by a swarm of gulls, excited by the fishing opportunity, so the action began.
These photos had to be extensively cropped and processed. There was also a lot of haze, which even the dehaze filter could not eliminate.
The whales stir up the fish, causing them to swim towards the surface. The gulls have long recognized that surfacing whales = food for gulls. The gulls leave their resting places on the rugged cliffs to catch fish surfacing near the whales.
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Took my X-H1 t the fish market this morning in Colombo Sri Lanka. It was a photographers paradise, which I probably didn’t exploit as much as I should’ve. Enjoy.
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Announcement that new version will be released soon. I have been enjoying X3, and looking forward to the upgrade and new features.
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XE2 / 18-55 mm
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Obviously the TIFF looks a bit better in terms of detail/noise that came out of the JPEG export of the processed raw, but nonetheless..
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NEX 7 and Nikon 28/2 AiS
...heavily cropped. Such us the beauty of a 24mp sensor…
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Sadie Hawkins would be proud of this ladies technique.
Fuji X-T1, ISO 400, 1/90ss, aperture priority, +0.3 Exposure compensation, 18-55mm lens, f7.1 at a focal; length of 55mm cropped in Lightroom
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We were lucky to have a bed & breakfast place facing the sea at Knights Town, Valentia Island. We stayed just one night and this rainbow over the lighthouse from the bedroom window next morning was a rare occurrence, the owner told us. Probably the only time the 50-140 was really needed on the whole trip of 1000 miles in six days - otherwise the 16-55 was used virtually exclusively. Still debating whether I need to take both on the next trip. Pleased with the clarity of the big one on the X-H1 at 140mm hand-held - IBIS plus the image stabilisation of the lens certainly supplemented each other as intended by Fuji. I took a few with the 16-55 but the diagonal divide and drama caused by foreshortening were lacking with the wider lens.
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A little bit better in the Fraser Valley than yesterday when you couldn’t even see the outline of the mountains.
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Little Indah
Apenheul / Netherlands
X-H1 | XF100-400 | XF1.4xTC
2x2 photos
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I wasn't really sure if posting photos of EDC items are frowned upon, but just wanted to share my other hobby.
Been addicted to the edc scene for a few years now and understandably, as a photographer, I take photos and share most of these in the edc communities / forums that I join.
In any case, here are some of them. All of them mostly taken by my ever trusted X-T1 and a very few of my new X-T2.
- This is what I mostly carry and use everyday -
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On the Mitzvah Tank yesterday. More Please login or register to view links.
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XE2 / 18-55 mm
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(Calvatia) A gourmet delight, cubed and sauteed with some chopped onion in butter.
This was with a Nikkor E 50mm, f 1.8 on a Fuji X-T2.
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My first tracked MW shot with the VixenPolarie. The MW is a stack of ten 30 second shots at ISO 6400, the foreground is a stack of ten 20 second shots at ISO 6400 (from a non tracked experiment for comparison). All stacked effortlessly in Starry Landscape Stacker for Mac. I've experimented at home and find f4 with the 14mm eliminates coma in the corners and worth requiring higher ISO values.
The tracked images pulled out the colorful green sky glow, next time I'll experiment with longer tracked exposures.
Fuji XT2/ 14mm f.28/ f4/ 30 seconds pics
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XE2 / 18-55mm
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Hi everyone. I live on the west coast (Vancouver suburbs) of British Columbia, Canada. I've been a wedding/portrait photog for years and retired now. I am enjoying being a hobbyist and taking photos just for my pleasure. I love my Nikon cameras but lately have been wanting to focus more on composition and have something more portable. I don't want to spend hours editing anymore and am really impressed with the jpeg quality I see with Fuji. I did a lot of research, what might fit into my limited budget, and decided on the Fuji X100F which I'm picking up tomorrow. Looking forward to taking lots of everyday candids around my home and neighborhood & my labradoodle, and taking it with me on some local photo walks. Glad to be here and am inspired by the photos shared here. I spent about 2 hrs last night browsing through the photo section…
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This was shot on the actual Singapore National day fireworks display last Aug. 9, 2018.
Gear used:
Fujifilm XT20
Fujijon 18-55 F2.8-4
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X-T2, Samyang 12mm f2, ISO 1600, 120 sec exposures (tracked), 8 frames
This is a much simpler panorama of the Southern skies than Please login or register to view links. It shows the 2 Magellanic Clouds quite prominently in the center of the image.
There's actually a lot of detail in the full size image and surprisingly little noise in the sky. And it looks like I had the tracker aligned pretty well, since there's very little star trailing visible. Polar alignment is much harder here in the Southern Hemisphere, since we don't have a big, bright star to aim at, but a rather empty part of the sky without bright, prominent marker stars. But that's a different story...
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My name is Przemek, I come from Poland.
I'm hobby photogrpaher and I mainly take pictures of my family's travels and trips.
I started to learn about digital photography with the Canon 500d with various lenses.
Then I met the fuji x30 and that's how my adventure with this system began. I am currently the owner of Fuji X-t2.
I hope to use the resources of this forum to increase my knowledge of photography and get to know better the possibilities of my camera.
Sometimes I will also share my photos counting on opinions and advice from more experienced users.
It will be a pleasure to meet you…
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This years summer holiday took us by car in domestic Norway all the way up to Northcape, northernmost point of Europe. In July we where lucky with the weather and could enjoy the midninght sun.
First shot. Road to Northcape X-e2 XF 55-200mm HDR three exposures at 11 pm :)
Second , Sunset in Sogn overlooking Sognefjells road, a national tourist road of Norway.
to far south for midningthsun but esposure is close to 10 pm
X-e2 Samyang 12mm
Third BW from promenade deck on the Ferry Bodø Moskenes as we arrive final port overlooking Lofotveggen/ the Lofot Wall
X-e2 XF 18-55 mm
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New firmware for 2 lenses XF 18mm F2 R and XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro on august 16, 2018.
FUJINON XF Lens: XF 18mm F2 R Firmware Update Ver.3.13
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FUJINON XF Lens: XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro Firmware Update Ver.3.13
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Detail of the update
The firmware update Ver.3.13 from Ver.3.12 incorporates the following issue:
1. Fix of slight defects
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NYC Subway
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Taken by Canon 7D-MK2 and 180mm Macro.
Hope you would enjoy.
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Haven't posted or visited the forums for a long time and I am glad to be back browsing and reading stuff here...
I've completely switched from a full time photographer to a desk diver for the last 4 years and missed all the fun I used to have while shooting / working.
The X-T1 had been the camera that had me completely switch system from Canon. And to this day, I am simply amazed at how great this little camera is. I have been with this camera for about 4 years now and it is one of the best I've ever used.
Anyhow, just wanted to share that I recently picked-up my X-T1 again and started shooting mostly EDC items I use and collect. I want to start shooting portraits of my growing son also to build some kind of a storybook and do some large print-outs for his upcoming 3rd birthday.
I admit that switching careers had me stop looking into getting more photography equipment for the last 4 years, until I saw the X-T2 from B&H. That $500.00 off was too good a deal to pass up. And after receiving it, I wondered why I've waited so long to get one. Let me just say that the X-T2 is amazing!
Sorry for the long post and random ramblings. My brain is just all over the place.
In any case, just wanted to share how happy I am with the X-T2...
I was out shooting with my X-Pro2 today. Something changed or was reset. The camera is set on Auto ISO, Auto Shutter Speed, and Auto Focus. I just want to control the aperture. When I look through the viewfinder at the scene (not the electronic viewfinder) and I press the shutter button half way to lock the focus, the exposure info doesn't change - but I think I remember that it used to change to reflect the exposure of the scene before I press the shutter all the way. The numbers shown in the viewfinder when the shutter is half pressed are the default settings for the auto ISO preset that I've chosen. When I take the shot, the exposure numbers when viewing the the image on the LCD indicate the exposure numbers at which the photo was taken, not what I saw in the Viewfinder.
Shouldn't I be seeing the corrected exposure settings when I half press the shutter? I think I used to (but I'm getting old!)…
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