Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 13007
Country: United States

X-E2 with Rokinon 85mm f/1.4. On camera flash, bounced up and left.







kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
Total Posts: 4681
Country: United States

XE1 with Nikon Series E 50mm f/1.8. Tools of the trade. In a deep hallway, the cleaning crew emptied the figure drawing class to seal the floors (I work in the art department at a community college).


_DSF4411-Edit by Kevin.Woodard, on Flickr


_DSF4409-Edit by Kevin.Woodard, on Flickr

XE1 with Nikon AF 75-300mm @ 300mm (so 450mm on the crop). Handheld, inside. Not a crop.


_DSF4405-Edit by Kevin.Woodard, on Flickr



kewlcanon
Registered: Mar 28, 2009
Total Posts: 4645
Country: United States

Thanks Russ for your kind comments.

justruss wrote:
I really like that landscape Kewl. Simple, but I can imagine standing there.



webisweb
Registered: Mar 07, 2006
Total Posts: 510
Country: United States

X-E2 with XF 14mm + Marumi DHG Super CPL



ourabmen
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
Total Posts: 180
Country: United States

Kewl,love the shots! Where was the landscape shot taken?

Thx



RSSmith
Registered: May 28, 2005
Total Posts: 425
Country: United States

Trying out Photo Ninja.


20140112 043v by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr



kewlcanon
Registered: Mar 28, 2009
Total Posts: 4645
Country: United States

Thanks ourabmen for your kind comments. That's the backyard of this house, in Tondano, Indonesia.





Catch fish and eat lunch while enjoying the scenery:



ourabmen wrote:
Kewl,love the shots! Where was the landscape shot taken?

Thx




TimArruda
Registered: Jun 21, 2004
Total Posts: 155
Country: United States

Last week there was a beautiful art installation at Northwestern University which was illuminating one side of Deering Library. It was designed by Italian artist Marco Rotelli. You can read more about it here: http://dailynorthwestern.com/2014/01/15/thecurrent/italian-artist-lights-up-deering-library-in-the-dead-of-winter/

It was extremely cold. So cold that I wasn't really thinking all that clearly. Still, I was fairly happy with the shots I managed to get. What I didn't do though was get a single shot of the entire side of the library (it's really wide) so I ended up going back the next day. While it was much warmer the next day, the conditions were very different as it was lightly snowing, there was a pretty good wind blowing and clearly, because of the the snow, there was no brilliant sky full of stars. I did get my single shot, and am fairly happy with it, I only wish I had taken it the night before when visually it was a better night for photographs.

All shots were taken with and X-E1 and 35 1.4 on a tripod.


_DSF3538 by TimArruda, on Flickr


_DSF3539 by TimArruda, on Flickr


_DSF3541 by TimArruda, on Flickr


Deering Library by TimArruda, on Flickr



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 13007
Country: United States

Tim - your three shots above are quite easy to combine into a panorama. I've done so with the originals from your Flickr feed and even corrected for the distortion that results after the stitch. If you want, I can send it to you for posting....I won't post it here without your permission, of course.



TimArruda
Registered: Jun 21, 2004
Total Posts: 155
Country: United States

Hey Jordan,

Feel free to post it, I'd love to see what you have come up with. I have zero experience shooting for panoramas, or using the software to do it. I looked that those three shots and just figured that the change in perspective is just too much to try and put them together. I just recently got in on the Adobe photographer's deal and really need to learn the in's and out's of Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC now. It's been a long time since I've used Photoshop seriously, and my prior experience with Lightroom was version 3.

What did you use to put them together?

Tim



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 13007
Country: United States

I used Photoshop built in stitching. The distortion correction isn't perfect...you are right that these weren't shot for a panorama, and the resulting bulging is a little uneven. I corrected it as much as possible in a reasonable amount of time (some extra time with Liquefy or other transformations could likely make it perfect given enough time), but it's halfway decent here.

Here's a web size:






And a link to the full size image:
Full-Size Image


TimArruda
Registered: Jun 21, 2004
Total Posts: 155
Country: United States

Jman13 wrote:
I used Photoshop built in stitching. The distortion correction isn't perfect...you are right that these weren't shot for a panorama, and the resulting bulging is a little uneven. I corrected it as much as possible in a reasonable amount of time (some extra time with Liquefy or other transformations could likely make it perfect given enough time), but it's halfway decent here.

Here's a web size:






And a link to the full size image:
Full-Size Image

That came out great! Nice work. Do you correct for distortion first, then stitch?



beppephoto
Registered: Sep 25, 2008
Total Posts: 45
Country: Italy

I picked up a used X-E1 with a 18-55 at the end of the last year, I am very pleased with the results.


Foglia Autunno di Gbonacotta, su Flickr
X-E1 fuji 18-55


Lucertola di Gbonacotta, su Flickr
X-E1 fuji


Decadente di Gbonacotta, su Flickr
X-E1 Sigma 300 f4 APO Macro


Luce di Gbonacotta, su Flickr
X-E1 Nikon 50 1.8

Ciao




kewlcanon
Registered: Mar 28, 2009
Total Posts: 4645
Country: United States

Last Fuji system images, I've returned the cam and lenses to the real owner .

18mm


18mm


60mm



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 13007
Country: United States

I had some fun tonight after my daughter had her hair super curled. Set up a quick light/softbox and had some fun. Of course, it eventually devolved into frivolity, which is just fine by me. All with the Fuji X-E2 and 55-200, except the first, which is with the Rokinon 85/1.4.































michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
Total Posts: 5748
Country: United States

X-E1....

35 1.4 wide open...




14 2.8.....




14 2.8...



60 2.4...



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
Total Posts: 12609
Country: United States

Spyro P. wrote:
my amazing tilt lens arrived

next task: to remember why the hell I bought it


not crazy about the look myself (never seem to use mine), but should be great for narrow dof prefocused street work right? just set the focus so one part of the frame will always be in focus. then you can just frame and shoot without worrying about focus and still get a narrow dof sorta look.



lifthard2001
Registered: Nov 25, 2009
Total Posts: 1262
Country: United States

Just got my XE2 on Saturday and was excited about snapping a few.I had to shoot the only thing around ...so I did a selfie. THis is with the 32mm. I went lil over the top on the PP and I chopped my hands off too haha



untitled-1-Edit by lifthard1, on Flickr



Spyro P.
Registered: Mar 24, 2008
Total Posts: 3417
Country: Australia

Yeah you did go over the top with the PP, but you nailed the light

sebboh wrote:
not crazy about the look myself (never seem to use mine), but should be great for narrow dof prefocused street work right? just set the focus so one part of the frame will always be in focus. then you can just frame and shoot without worrying about focus and still get a narrow dof sorta look.


Yeah thats an idea, probably semi-posed stuff with a street BG. I was also thinking about dreamy sort of stills and landscapes, maybe even environmental portraits. I'll think of something



RSSmith
Registered: May 28, 2005
Total Posts: 425
Country: United States

XF14/2.8 on X-E1
Still toying with Photo Ninja; might have to buy it.


20140119 034v by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr



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