Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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Two from tonight with the X-E2 and 10-24mm:













traveler
Registered: Jan 08, 2002
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Our trees are blossoming for that short period they do each year. Taken with the X-T1 and 55-200OIS lens at the "golden hour" before sunset.



rxgolf
Registered: Aug 26, 2005
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rji2goleez wrote:
Nice John! I wish the flowers were out back home but I'll have to 'settle' for these scenes while visiting family. Image #3 is another from the same scene posted earlier today.



Some really nice work on these last few pages.
Hats off to all!
Greg



mjbetch
Registered: Dec 22, 2008
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My first photo with a ring flash. I'm excited to start using it.



mikethevilla
Registered: May 22, 2008
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Things are a bit to get real crazy up in here.

Going through some from my first job with the X-T1.



mikethevilla
Registered: May 22, 2008
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And of course, what Fuji does best: People.



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
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X-T1 and 35mm





rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
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Three images from this morning. Different post processing of similar scenes.



Jman13
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I like the first the best (though a combo between the first and last would be best of all...keep the golden color from the first, but go for the more purplish hues from the last on the shadow parts. I also think it would have a little more impact if it were just a smidge brighter. Not a lot, but a minor tweak (I know the mood you're after relies on the darks, but it's just a little too dark for me.)

Great shot, though.



rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
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Thanks for the feedback. The smudge brighter could be me processing these on my MacBook Air vs desktop. That happens quite often!

Jman13 wrote:
I like the first the best (though a combo between the first and last would be best of all...keep the golden color from the first, but go for the more purplish hues from the last on the shadow parts. I also think it would have a little more impact if it were just a smidge brighter. Not a lot, but a minor tweak (I know the mood you're after relies on the darks, but it's just a little too dark for me.)

Great shot, though.



mawz
Registered: Sep 11, 2005
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Late Exit by Mawz, on Flickr
X-A1, XF 18/2 R



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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10-24mm @ 16.6mm, 1/5 sec handheld.







rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
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Wow, Jordan, just spectacular . . . and handheld? How are you liking that 10-24. Almost pulled the trigger but I'm liking the 14 a lot and I'm mostly a prime shooter. Besides, I'm still thinking about the 56.

A few more from today although I always wonder how well my macbook air calibrates.



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
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Great work Mike and Bob! Mike - where was your first set taken?



Ian Boys
Registered: Feb 09, 2009
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Aren't those the radar steps on Hawaii?



Ian Boys
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Keisha by Ian_Boys, on Flickr



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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rji2goleez wrote:
Wow, Jordan, just spectacular . . . and handheld? How are you liking that 10-24. Almost pulled the trigger but I'm liking the 14 a lot and I'm mostly a prime shooter. Besides, I'm still thinking about the 56.


I like it. This is a review sample, so it goes back on Monday. I may eventually pick one up for myself, as it is quite a versatile lens, though as one who owns the 14 and 23mm, along with the 18-55, I don't really have a ton of incentive to spend a bunch of money just for some extra convenience on the ultra-wide end. It is significantly wider than the 14mm, of course, and it does have OIS, which is nice. I could see bringing it, the 35mm and the 55-200mm as a kit for landscape/travel. That said, I plan on sticking with the primes for a while.



rizzie
Registered: Nov 19, 2013
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DSCF0083 by keelsj83, on Flickr

DSCF0080 by keelsj83, on Flickr



galenapass
Registered: Feb 09, 2006
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Nice shot but could you bring down the highlights a little bit? The flower looks blown out, at least on my monitor.



rizzie
Registered: Nov 19, 2013
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Yea I will try that and see what happens. I need to get my monitor calibrated though. Thanks



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