Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3015
Country: Germany

Morten, superb work in the cold (-10° Celsius or Fahrenheit, btw?). The footstep and the trace (?) are my favs.

Alessandro, love the reflection.



georgms
Registered: Jan 08, 2009
Total Posts: 3015
Country: Germany

Played with a Heliopan RG695 IR-filter on the XF 14/2.8 (X-Pro). Still have to find a workflow for this IR-kind of stuff.

Ernst-Thälmann-Straße von georgsfoto auf Flickr
Handheld IR + "„Socialist Classicism”“ - X-Pro/XF14/Heliopan RG695
ISO1600 - f/4.5 - 1/30sec



mfoto
Registered: Sep 19, 2002
Total Posts: 2307
Country: Canada

georgms wrote:
Morten, superb work in the cold (-10° Celsius or Fahrenheit, btw?). The footstep and the trace (?) are my favs.

Alessandro, love the reflection.


Thanks Allessandro... just -10 C, so not too bad



Mirza Ahmad
Registered: Jan 01, 2007
Total Posts: 1240
Country: Netherlands


Some lovely images, here is one from Lancashire, in England
X-Pro1, 18-55mm







regards, Mirza


molson
Registered: Oct 30, 2002
Total Posts: 10144
Country: Canada

mfoto wrote:
georgms wrote:
Morten, superb work in the cold (-10° Celsius or Fahrenheit, btw?). The footstep and the trace (?) are my favs.

Alessandro, love the reflection.


Thanks Allessandro... just -10 C, so not too bad



You can't really even consider that to be "cold"...



kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
Total Posts: 2374
Country: United States



Mirza Ahmad wrote:

Some lovely images, here is one from Lancashire, in England
X-Pro1, 18-55mm







regards, Mirza
That's very beautiful Mirza.


fmphoto
Registered: Jan 29, 2006
Total Posts: 741
Country: United States

Mirza, that is a beautiful image. COuld you share your post processing? Well done.



alepacca
Registered: Jul 01, 2009
Total Posts: 19
Country: Italy

Alessandro, love the reflection.

Thank you very much!



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 9813
Country: United States

Here's one from today with the X-E2 and 55-200mm. It was after sunset, so it was rather dark outside. This is at ISO 4000.








Ken_Cravillion
Registered: Jul 12, 2006
Total Posts: 150
Country: United States

Fujifilm X-E2, XF 23mm







fsiagian
Registered: May 24, 2009
Total Posts: 1725
Country: United States

Lovely Ken.



lostinjapan
Registered: Nov 30, 2004
Total Posts: 282
Country: Japan

Out with for my wife's birthday. XP-1 and Zeiss 50/2 ZM.

Ryan



MartinL
Registered: Apr 17, 2004
Total Posts: 22
Country: United Kingdom

@Ken_Cravillion - Beautifully photographed Ken and the glass treads on that staircase are out of this world.



mfoto
Registered: Sep 19, 2002
Total Posts: 2307
Country: Canada

molson wrote:
mfoto wrote:
georgms wrote:
Morten, superb work in the cold (-10° Celsius or Fahrenheit, btw?). The footstep and the trace (?) are my favs.

Alessandro, love the reflection.


Thanks Allessandro... just -10 C, so not too bad



You can't really even consider that to be "cold"...


This is BC remember



mfoto
Registered: Sep 19, 2002
Total Posts: 2307
Country: Canada

Snow in Vancouver, Dec. 21 2013, all X-Pro1 and XF 35 1.4R:



























fsiagian
Registered: May 24, 2009
Total Posts: 1725
Country: United States

Love the fence and red bus picture.



Ken_Cravillion
Registered: Jul 12, 2006
Total Posts: 150
Country: United States

MartinL wrote:
@Ken_Cravillion - Beautifully photographed Ken and the glass treads on that staircase are out of this world.


Thank you!



johnahill
Registered: Jan 08, 2006
Total Posts: 2256
Country: United Kingdom

Some great photos here recently

I recently acquired a 32mm Zeiss touit for a decent used price.
Did a quick test today of the 32mm touit and the 35mm fuji at longer distances.

This is center frame at f5.6, NO sharpening



johnahill
Registered: Jan 08, 2006
Total Posts: 2256
Country: United Kingdom

Exposure was very slightly different and both were handheld.
Zeiss seems to be a touch warmer I think.

Hoping to test properly (on tripod with exposures locked in) next weekend.

Would't buy the Zeiss at the normal price because the fuji is good, but at the price I got it was worth a shot. One of the 2 will end up on the buy & sell board in a few weeks once I'mm happy with my choice.



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
Total Posts: 9813
Country: United States

In my testing they were very similar in the center. The Zeiss was sharper on the edges at wide apertures, while the Fuji was sharper across the frame stopped down.



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