Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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Jochenb
Registered: May 25, 2010
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carstenw wrote:
Doh! You are right of course, I completely missed that


Ha ha same here



zhangyue
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Jochenb wrote:
X-E1 + 35/1.4 (OOC jpeg, astia):
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Don't exact know what is it. beach, or mountain? but beautiful pic.



justruss
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Pffffffffffffft.

The sound of an incredibly obvious joke shooting overhead like a Russian bolide. But without the dashboard cams to capture it...



Jochenb
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zhangyue wrote:
Jochenb wrote:
X-E1 + 35/1.4 (OOC jpeg, astia):
...

Don't exact know what is it. beach, or mountain? but beautiful pic.


Thanks. It's a long exposure at a beach.



turbodude
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i have no qualms in using the XE1 in the field, its been in the rain, in the middle of a dust storm, and now a color run, no problems whats so ever.


sebboh
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turbodude wrote:






i have no qualms in using the XE1 in the field, its been in the rain, in the middle of a dust storm, and now a color run, no problems whats so ever.

awesome shot!


mortyb
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+1!



corposant
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Film version of this shot is in the film thread...








huddy
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KatieInTexas wrote:
X Pro 1 with 35 and CV 15 - Real Estate Job


I'd buy that land+house (if I was loaded).

Excellent work everyone. Now I just need to convince my wife that I 'need' and XE-1 and a few lenses in order to take some pictures of our kids!



xenor
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X-E1 and 35mm


Brody LeBlanc
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Lil' Sis - Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/ Fujinon 35mm f1.4 XF by brodyl.91, on Flickr



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
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Nice one Brody!



esanchez
Registered: May 08, 2005
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Having a little fun with the X-E1 and kit lens





olelovold
Registered: May 25, 2010
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Some street shots from today.











Nisieb
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Olelovold beautiful images! How are you processing them? They look very film like. I'm a film shooter and am contemplating buying a Fuji x-trans camera. I've seen some images from shooters using an X pro 1 that still have that digital look, then others that are posting images that have a film quality. I'm not referring to film grain, but to the color depth. I'd just like to know if this is something unique to these Fuji x trans cameras, or if its something the shooters are doing in the processing stage?



olelovold
Registered: May 25, 2010
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Thank you Nisieb! For the film-like look, I use a plugin for Lightroom called VSCO film - this is pack 1. I usually use the 400H/Portra 400 weakest settings, and adjust tonal range with the tools that Lightroom have. Due to the poor way Lightroom handles RAW files from the X-Trans cameras, I often only shoot JPGs - I use STD mode, -2 highlights, -1 shadows, -2 NR, 0 sharpening. I find that I in the vast majority of cases are covered in tonal range from the JPG and the WB is usually spot on. For situations with difficult mixed lighting, I also shoot RAW, since it is unbeatable for messing with colour palette.



Nisieb
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Great! Thanks for the response.



goddardca
Registered: May 23, 2012
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Very nice shots everyone! The shots from the CV15 are really nice! Here's some from a buddy's bday party last night. Horrible lighting but whatevs, it was fun


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Greg's bday! by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr



justruss
Registered: Jul 05, 2004
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Weissbier and citrus... shouldn't go in the same glass!



buggz2k
Registered: Mar 10, 2010
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Hello,
Question:
How is the LiveView operation of the XE-1?
I only have experience with a Canon 5DMkII, I like it.
I am asking about LV specifically, as I would like to use the XE-1 for possible macro shots.
Anyone done any macro work with the XE-1 using LV?
Thanks.



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