Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
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Interesting look! Would you share how you processed it?



MagicNikon
Registered: Jul 09, 2006
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Jochenb
Registered: May 25, 2010
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Helena, the first and last from that last set are just great



BokehBeauty
Registered: Feb 06, 2010
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The colors out of camera amaze me so often.

SOOC, Fuji-XE1, Contax 90mm f2.8






justruss
Registered: Jul 05, 2004
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Country: United States

Haven't been able to contribute recently-- out on assignments.

The Oktoberfest ('Wiesn') opened yesterday, so I went for my yearly stroll down the road for the obligatory first day walk-through. The activity in the tents starts for me tomorrow.

Fuji X-E1, 18mm f/2, Aperture (RAW):





































twelveish
Registered: Feb 10, 2012
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Country: Sweden

georgesaad: Surreal and gorgeous. I think it's a double exposure? As for how you did the rest of it, I have no idea.
HelenaN: Great photos from the Opera house. I think you captured the absurdity of that ad/picture very well. I like the BW ones best.

Cross-post from the X100/X100s thread:
So I work very near this central traffic hub in Stockholm, called Slussen. It's a place many people traverse daily, be it in their cars, boats, bicycles or on foot. It's old, kind of harsh looking and worn down, and is also about to be knocked down to make way for something entirely new. People rush through here every day but I get the impression most only acknowledge it for it's function. But it actually has some interesting form, too. It's the meeting between these structures and the human element that interest me. It's a bit of a project in the making. I'm mostly shooting these with my X100, but here's one with the X-E1 and 18-55.







michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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35 1.4....


18-55....



18-55...



leo11877
Registered: Aug 05, 2004
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9 frame stitch panorama.



Spyro P.
Registered: Mar 24, 2008
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Lonsdale st, Melbourne, lunch break
14mm



HelenaN
Registered: Jul 18, 2008
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Thanks everyone for comments and likes on the Oslo Opera house photos.

-twelveish, I really like the one from Slussen! Well composed, interesting person and nice tones. I find Slussen fascinating and always go there when we're in Stockholm, but haven't managed any really good photos. I'll keep trying.
-Michael, nice set, especially #2. Wish I could walk along that path right now.
-Spyro, very interesting photo. Love the idea and the left part, but find the cars and sign a bit too distracting.

This and that from trips and walks around home (all with X-E1 and XF 14mm as usual):

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Barents Sea by Helena Normark, on Flickr

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Sunset by Helena Normark, on Flickr

3.

Decaying fish oil plant by Helena Normark, on Flickr



carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
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That last shot is really great!



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
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I like those three and Spyro's red shot.



HelenaN
Registered: Jul 18, 2008
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Thank you both! I really wanted to explore the fish oil plant, but it was in the process of being demolished, so for security reasons it wasn't allowed. Even though they had put up a fence and signs it was possible to sneak in from the back, so I had a quick look, but was afraid that they would discover me, so the photos didn't turn out any good and I doubt that I will post them.



CoDaQue
Registered: Jul 19, 2012
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Country: Portugal

Lady in the sun, Komiza, isle of Vis, Croatia.



X-E1+18+55+Lr4

Thanks for looking!



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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Country: United States

Three very different styles for these images, but I think they fit each subject. First and last with Fuji 35/1.4, middle with Rokinon 8mm fisheye, defished.













'Murica!






h00ligan
Registered: Jan 03, 2010
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Genuine question for you all, has the raw conversion issue been solved with acr?

The shots are wonderful, but people could be shooting jpg, or using various tools.

Is Lightroom developing raws as expected? Thanks for the input!



Jochenb
Registered: May 25, 2010
Total Posts: 1798
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h00ligan wrote:
Genuine question for you all, has the raw conversion issue been solved with acr?

The shots are wonderful, but people could be shooting jpg, or using various tools.

Is Lightroom developing raws as expected? Thanks for the input!


It's a lot better than it was in the beginning, but it still isn't great. It's good enough when you don't go pixelpeeping.



h00ligan
Registered: Jan 03, 2010
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Thanks for the info!



doowop42
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fmphoto
Registered: Jan 29, 2006
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Okay, so if it isn't great and these pictures are fantastic, what is the consensus for what you use to develop RAW files.



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