Fuji X100 Images Thread
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kkn89
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Here's a jpeg pano. Stiched in camera.





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dukeman1234
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Here are some that I took over the weekend:



Spyro P.
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^^Garfield?





ovredal73
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Spyro P. wrote:
^^Garfield?


Great colors, great shots.



ovredal73
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corposant wrote:
"Where's my email/What time is it?"


Love the shot!



corposant
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ovredal73 wrote:
corposant wrote:
"Where's my email/What time is it?"


Love the shot!


Thanks - being able to compose discreetly with the rear LCD made that shot possible.

More to follow tomorrow.



eric_m
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eric_m
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corposant
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"Suits"

(had some focusing/composing difficulties here - could have been worse, but still learning when the EVF would be better than the OVF)













FlyPenFly
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Some X100

Starting off with an HDR then its all just posted in LR3.

Click for larger.


_DSF0383_4_5.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0457.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0429.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0455-2.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0401.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0467.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr


_DSF0455.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr



_DSF0460.jpg by jaetography, on Flickr



corposant
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FlyPenFly wrote:
Some X100

Starting off with an HDR then its all just posted in LR3.

Click for larger.


Don't post thumbnails - just post the larger sized ones, like this:

"Discreet Nosepick"








FlyPenFly
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corposant wrote:
FlyPenFly wrote:
Some X100

Starting off with an HDR then its all just posted in LR3.

Click for larger.


Don't post thumbnails - just post the larger sized ones, like this:

"Discreet Nosepick"


Well I was posting a lot so I didn't want to pollute the thread

But maybe you're right, maybe it's more of a pain in the butt to click on thumbnails than it is to just scroll past?



sushirocks
Registered: Sep 29, 2010
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I have posted some images from my first 3 days with the camera. I am new to flickr so any feedback comments would be appreciated!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/63568399@N06



domdog31
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Some samples from this evening...

1. Basically SOOC - the Dyamic Range is excellent.



2. Again the leaves in the shadows were very dark to the naked eye the Fuji handles this wonderfully. DR 400% test



3. This looks like it was pp'ed and in fact it was nearly SOOC just some contrast and sharpening.



4. Self Shot at f/2



joanlvh
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How is the LCD screen? Is it good enough to shoot in live view in bright outdoor light. I see that the Nex LCD HAS 2X 's the resolution. thanks joanlvh



domdog31
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Sooooo after I took these images and uploaded them I ate dinner then got excited to shoot some more - I hopped on my mountain bike and took a short 5 min ride down to the pond - here are some snaps from just a few short hours ago... Honestly my favorite time to shoot is at dusk hands down...I forgot to mention I havent had to crop an image yet - great choice of a FL for this camera!

1. f/16



2. Notice the guy in the center? Yea if I only had a 400VR - lol



3. This was shot at f/2 and pretty much SOOC just a touch of sharpening and some brightness tweaks...



4. Just used a LR3 preset on this one...



5. This was shot with the 105VR Micro............NOPE - jk - it was the Fuji X100 macro mode



6. Love shooting at dusk...



7. Almost feel like I am still there and can touch the pine...



8. SOOC, not joking.



9. Different orientation but same thing - SOOC



*10. Just for 'reference' this is what the to above shots nearly looked like to the naked eye before I messed with the aperture and exp comp...




FlyPenFly
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joanlvh wrote:
How is the LCD screen? Is it good enough to shoot in live view in bright outdoor light. I see that the Nex LCD HAS 2X 's the resolution. thanks joanlvh


Its a pretty good LCD, not as good as the OLED on an XZ-1 but not as bad as an X-1. I would say about the same level as you'd find on a consumer Canon DSLR or Nikon.



corposant
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"Hmmm...?"









FlyPenFly
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Nice one! That looks very 3d poppish.



corposant
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FlyPenFly wrote:
Nice one! That looks very 3d poppish.


I got lucky with the cab behind him which helps create that effect. That one was at f/2.8.



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