Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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xenor
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Thanks, Rich. That's with a normal adapter at f/4.



naturephoto1
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Here are 3 images taken this evening with my tripod mounted X-E1 with my Minolta CLE MC 40mm f2.0 M-Rokkor lens. Images taken just before sunset near the Trexler Nature Preserve which is in Schnecksville, PA. Images processed in LR5.2.

Rich



tsdevine
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Love the color Rich!

-Tim



tonykriegmaui
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Diamond Head



BokehBeauty
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Bees on their last excursion before the winter






BokehBeauty
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And more busy bees






georgms
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Rich, your IR-landscapes are fabulous. Thanks for sharing!

Screwed an old Ai-Nikkor 55/1.2 on the X-Pro1 today - it's very soft wide open.

forbidden fruits (neighbor's garden) - X-Pro1, Ai-Nikkor 55/1.2 wide open
Cross-post from the "temporary refugees"-Thread, hope the X-mount-regulars don't mind.



molson
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Winter has arrived in Alberta...



naturephoto1
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Here are 3 images taken this evening with my tripod mounted X-E1 with my Minolta CLE MC 40mm f2.0 M-Rokkor lens. Images taken just before sunset In Weidasville and Schnecksville, PA near the Trexler Nature Preserve. Images processed in LR5.2.

Rich



michael49
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A few more from Grand Canyon with the X-E1....



























HelenaN
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Looks like a wonderful trip Michael! Glad we got a chance to visit Grand Canyon on our USA trip about ten years ago. We traveled through the states of Washington, Oregon, California and some of Nevada for 30 days and it was fantastic. If only I had been into photography then...


Some gritty urban stuff with X-E1 and XF 14mm:


Modernistic pier by Helena Normark, on Flickr



Skelleftehamn by Helena Normark, on Flickr



Hotel under construction by Helena Normark, on Flickr



Rich M
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Nice pics Helena......the 14mm looks to be a keeper. I have it on my camera most of the time.













Jman13
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Rich, that second shot is absolutely spectacular. Wow!



HelenaN
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Thank you Rich (and everyone else for the likes - both on the recent photos and all others)! Yours are stunning, especially the second one.



Ian Boys
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You guys take fantastic photos with your 14. Makes me wonder why I never take my 20 out on Nikon.



georgms
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Rich, #2 is absolute amazing! Top notch work, thanks for sharing!

Helena, I like your gritty city-scapes a lot.



georgms
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One from this night, the X-Pro1 seems to be kinda waterproof:

XF 35/1.4, tried a Kodak Portra 800 high-contrast-preset



buggz2k
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FujiFilm X-E1 and Canon FD 500/4.5L
kinda hard light, shrug, just keep trying and I'll get a really good one, hopefully...



kwoodard
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buggz2k wrote:
FujiFilm X-E1 and Canon FD 500/4.5L
kinda hard light, shrug, just keep trying and I'll get a really good one, hopefully...


Looks pretty good to me. Yes the light is kinda harsh, but not bad for such a long focal length.



Jman13
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Took this for work today - needed pictures of plumbing fixtures. I like how this came out. X-E1 with Canon FD 35/2 on Speed Booster:







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