Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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ceder
Registered: May 13, 2011
Total Posts: 280
Country: Sweden

Here is a 67% crop (100% would be to wrinkly) from a snapshot I took earlier this evening of a elderly woman. I must say I like the focus roll-off and bokeh of the XF 35/1.4 lens.

(IQ a bit bad due to the camera was at aperture priority, and underexposed abot 1 stop, and got the white balance wrong - this was my fault, I was working to fast, she was in the shade, whereas most of the scene was in full sunlight (out of frame), but I thought this pic shows the quality of the lens and sensor)







Cheers!

Edit: Oh, picking up from another thread - guess this is so iPhone...


forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
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Country: United States

lol iphone? This is very nice. I am looking forward to shooting with this combo.



VladiD
Registered: Apr 14, 2008
Total Posts: 984
Country: United States

Am I missing the option to set the auto ISO min shutter speed?


The aperture clacking on the 35/1.4 is mighty annoying.

Another annoyance I just realized. If you set shutter and aperture manually, the auto-ISO is unaffected by any setting to the exposure compensation dial.



miloz
Registered: Jun 23, 2010
Total Posts: 266
Country: United States

XP1 at my grandfather's 88th birthday, then a friend's daughter decided to mug for the camera. Her mother hates it... so of course I'm getting a 20x30 made at Costco this weekend.

Pretty much OOC, cropped and the B&Ws have been adjusted for contrast, in-camera B&W is always too muddy for my taste. On my monitor the first one looks nice and low-key, but I suspect it might be dark on others?


Not bad for 88 by celluloidpropaganda, on Flickr


Magic Fire by celluloidpropaganda, on Flickr


Muggin' by celluloidpropaganda, on Flickr



forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
Total Posts: 986
Country: United States


Bedford Cemetery, Pennsylvania. by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr

Old Skool Billboard by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr

Out of Service by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr

Coffee Hosue Girl by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr



kosmoskatten
Registered: Oct 11, 2005
Total Posts: 3029
Country: Sweden

There is something strange about the color palette on the whole sample page. I can't put my finger on it but colors seem a bit off, especially on the outdoor shots and the reds, possibly the blues too.

Skin tone on the last shot looks fine though.



forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
Total Posts: 986
Country: United States

a girl and her mac. casual shot this morning over coffee before work


A Girl and Her Mac by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr



olelovold
Registered: May 25, 2010
Total Posts: 152
Country: United Kingdom

Two outtakes from an editorial shoot I did a week ago.






forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
Total Posts: 986
Country: United States

A couple more, both with the 35mm 1.4 lens.


Emmanuel Episcopal Church by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr


Eternal by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr



forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
Total Posts: 986
Country: United States

I am really enjoying the 35 1.4 lens.


A Flower in Spring by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr


Spring Color, EEC by Clovermead Photography, on Flickr



Spyro P.
Registered: Mar 24, 2008
Total Posts: 2902
Country: Australia

Nothing terribly creative about this photo, I just thought it was hilarious
My 3 year old learning from her mother how to pose like a model



yep she also has one eyebrow painted, that's how long she stood still for my wife



ceder
Registered: May 13, 2011
Total Posts: 280
Country: Sweden

Nice photos Forestmage, Olevold and Spyro!
I got a 3 year old too...

(XF 35/1.4 @1.4)






Cheers!


forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
Total Posts: 986
Country: United States

Dig both of these!



Spyro P.
Registered: Mar 24, 2008
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Country: Australia

Loving my 35 + velvia setting



Spyro P.
Registered: Mar 24, 2008
Total Posts: 2902
Country: Australia

ok enough with the family, here's some street with the 18mm

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I think the 18 was made for street



forestmage
Registered: Sep 10, 2006
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Country: United States

great stuff!



VinnieJ
Registered: Aug 06, 2010
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I just received mine yesterday and did a few test shots. You definitely notice the "quirkiness" of the body but at the same time I can see why people have said it's fun to shoot with. Until I can find something that will let me view the raw files on my Mac I cannot pass judgment on IQ.


F/1.4 @ ISO 3200 by Mandrake Photography, on Flickr



Tariq Gibran
Registered: Oct 01, 2006
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VinnieJ wrote:
Until I can find something that will let me view the raw files on my Mac I cannot pass judgment on IQ.


The included raw converter EX/ Silkypix works on the Mac. Just open the CD and double click the separate installer for it - not the main installer which is ridiculously PowerPC only.



VinnieJ
Registered: Aug 06, 2010
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Tariq Gibran wrote:
VinnieJ wrote:
Until I can find something that will let me view the raw files on my Mac I cannot pass judgment on IQ.


The included raw converter EX/ Silkypix works on the Mac. Just open the CD and double click the separate installer for it - not the main installer which is ridiculously PowerPC only.


Supported in Lion? Everything I looked at on the CD gave me the PowerPC error (meaning no Lion support). I'll look again.



Tariq Gibran
Registered: Oct 01, 2006
Total Posts: 10846
Country: United States

VinnieJ wrote:
Tariq Gibran wrote:
VinnieJ wrote:
Until I can find something that will let me view the raw files on my Mac I cannot pass judgment on IQ.


The included raw converter EX/ Silkypix works on the Mac. Just open the CD and double click the separate installer for it - not the main installer which is ridiculously PowerPC only.


Supported in Lion? Everything I looked at on the CD gave me the PowerPC error (meaning no Lion support). I'll look again.


Yes, I installed it off the cd onto Lion. The trick is not to use the main, overall installer which is only PowerPC compatible but to use the individual installer only for the raw program. Just double click the CD to open it and see the various installers.



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