Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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Joeri89
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Jman13
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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
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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
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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
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Fuji X-T1 56mm @ 1.2 Natural light coming in from a window....



kwoodard
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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
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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
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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.





































esanchez
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Fuji X-T1 and 56mm 1.2 @ 1.2



justruss
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It's been a drab summer in Munich. X-E1, 18mm:



















trueimage
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jj_glos wrote:
X-T1 & Sigma 300mm


RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr



RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr


Sorry, but can you share which lens and how you mounted it on the X-T1? i'm looking for a longer lens than the 55-200...


jj_glos
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trueimage wrote:
jj_glos wrote:
X-T1 & Sigma 300mm


RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr



RNAS Yeovilton 2014 by jj_glos, on Flickr


Sorry, but can you share which lens and how you mounted it on the X-T1? i'm looking for a longer lens than the 55-200...

It's a Nikon mount (so you get the aperture control ring) Sigma 300mm f4 APO just mounted with a Nikon/Fuji adapter from EBay.


traveler
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Hey Jman....nice bokeh and colors. Haven't had my Bar Mitzvah in over 47 years, but it brought back some memories



Jman13
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Some shots in the rain with the X-T1 and 18-135. Both lens and camera are doing fine.













rtallent
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XT-1 with 14mm






rji2goleez
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Great summer skies over Minneapolis tonight



Jman13
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My daughter's starting to learn a bit. Good hand-holding technique here. (and perhaps she's left-eyed!)

X-E2 with 23/1.4:






And her shot of me:






kwoodard
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That is a great shot Jordan, love the pair. Wish I could get my girls into it, but they just aren't.



justruss
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Finally, a little sun (18mm & X-E1):


















(wish I had moved the handbag near her head!)


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