Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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fotografur
Registered: Jun 24, 2005
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Nice shot Jordan. Looks like a great location



MagicNikon
Registered: Jul 09, 2006
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Now I want a donut.



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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X-E1....

60 2.4....







23 1.4....


























RSSmith
Registered: May 28, 2005
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Northville, Michigan
X-T1 + XF35/1.4

20140808 022v by Ronald S. Smith, on Flickr



Mescalamba
Registered: Jul 06, 2011
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justruss wrote:
Mescalamba wrote:
Despite my reservations to X-trans tech, you guys really produce some very fine pictures..


Those of us with Fuji X cameras are obviously self-selecting for liking Fuji X images (that's why we purchased them, right?), so I'm aware of an inherent bias towards liking the files/look these sensors and lenses produce. I'm pretty gear agnostic, and happy to jump ship when there's something else I enjoy and the cash-flow allows it-- so I constantly look through the other images threads here and elsewhere. I also enjoy some of the very skillful photographers shooting with an array of cameras in an array of formats. And, I'll be the first to say I think there are weaknesses in the XT files at 100% magnification at current resolutions (which is why my broken record of "C'mon, 24MP please!" keeps spinning).

But, short of the RX1 thread, none of the other image threads here or on the other boards is as filled with images whose look (not always composition or subject matter or heavy processing) I consistently enjoy. This is true even when I keep track of photographers who shoot across multiple threads-- like the very talented Helena. I love the ideas of the Ricoh GR, or Sony A7(r/s) or A6000, but the actual look of the images produced (again, nothing to do with the photographers, composition, etc)... always somewhat disappoints me. So it's this and the RX1 thread-- which really is something special, and something I lust after in a future release when the AF gets faster (or when the current model gets cheap enough that I can rationalize picking it up just for fun).

Of course, I'm biased.


If I should pick one thing about this, I would say its colors. Maybe Fuji colors are not most accurate, but they have similar properties to Kodak ones, they are "special". Only Sony cares a bit about colors, rest doesnt. And obviously Fuji does a lot apparently. Tho color quality of lets say my old S5 Pro isnt there.. but, if they make camera with that good CFA again, I might consider actually buying it.

And yea, if they up resolution high enough, X-trans will work much better. Its like superCCD all over again, very good technology bit too much ahead of time. If it had 36 mpix, there would be zero resolution/sharpness issues.



ysquare
Registered: Aug 12, 2012
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X-E1 + 18-55
Minnesota Vikings preseason game
RAW+LR


Vikings 1st preseason game by Y_Squared2, on Flickr



esanchez
Registered: May 08, 2005
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Fuji 56mm 1.2 on Canon 6D. Lens was just placed over lens opening since it can't be mounted. To me it looks like XF lens work fine on Full frame...DOF is crazy thin at 1.2 and focus is only like 5-6 inches. Kinda like a lens baby effect :-)



jj_glos
Registered: Apr 11, 2010
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X-T1 & Sigma 300mm


RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr



RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr


carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
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Ah, the Spitfire is absolutely the most beautiful aeroplane ever made! What an incredibly pleasing shape!



raboof
Registered: Mar 04, 2011
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Amazing shots on this page so far.

Just another blue berry picking shot. X-E1 with the Nikkor 17-35mm f2.8D of course, only manual focus.







barisaxer
Registered: Feb 21, 2005
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Some grom a trip to Birch bay Washington. Most with the 18-55 or the 14mm



Joeri89
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Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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I shot the Bar Mitzvah of the son of a friend of mine today. That was an event! 7 hours of shooting. Hats off to wedding and event photographers....you earn your money.

Anyway, I've barely scratched the surface of the images (still haven't even finished importing them all), but this one turned out quite well. X-E2 with 56mm f/1.2:







MagicNikon
Registered: Jul 09, 2006
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Joeri89 wrote:







Mmm, dat rimlighting! Nice shot. What sort of processing to achieve the low contrast look?


MagicNikon
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Japanese festival today with 56mm 1.2, XT1 and X100s

















































Mescalamba
Registered: Jul 06, 2011
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carstenw wrote:
Ah, the Spitfire is absolutely the most beautiful aeroplane ever made! What an incredibly pleasing shape!


True, pretty flying death machine. Despite its purpouse, that design is very good..



esanchez
Registered: May 08, 2005
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Fuji X-T1 56mm @ 1.2 Natural light coming in from a window....



kwoodard
Registered: Aug 04, 2012
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Very good question. I was wondering the same.

MagicNikon wrote:
Joeri89 wrote:







Mmm, dat rimlighting! Nice shot. What sort of processing to achieve the low contrast look?


Joeri89
Registered: Jun 19, 2012
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MagicNikon wrote:Mmm, dat rimlighting! Nice shot. What sort of processing to achieve the low contrast look?

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kwoodard wrote:
Very good question. I was wondering the same.


Not much in the processing in fact. It's mainly the backlighting in combination with older glass (Summicron-M 90) that makes it so hazy and low-contrast. I even recovered it somewhat in the processing, raw file was even lower contrast.



Jman13
Registered: May 02, 2005
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A few more from yesterday's shoot. Mix of X-T1 and X-E2 with 23/1.4, 56/1.2 and 55-200.





































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