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ct8282
Registered: Nov 25, 2011
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Country: United Kingdom

And one more....


Alicia (2) by ct8282, on Flickr



ceder
Registered: May 13, 2011
Total Posts: 299
Country: Sweden

Happy Easter folks


The lovers at Alla Scala by c e d e r, on Flickr

Milan, Italy. X-Pro1 with XF 35/1.4 @1.4



KatieInTexas
Registered: Jan 27, 2011
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ct8282 wrote:
More of Alicia...


Alicia (1) by ct8282, on Flickr


That is one of the CUTEST babies I have EVER SEEN!!!!! Love her love her love her...



xenor
Registered: Dec 06, 2012
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Amazing photos lately, everything from soft adorable baby shots to beautiful hard steel and glass. A bunch of recent ones (all X-E1): Sorry for so many, it's been a while.

Ice on Textured Glass, 35mm





Lamps, 35mm





Shoes, 18-55mm





Window View, 18-55mm





Hemlock and Stone Wall, 35mm





Wintering Hemlock, 35mm





Polar Bear Club, 18-55mm





The Bronx, 18-55mm





Bad Religion, 18-55mm






ct8282
Registered: Nov 25, 2011
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Haha, thanks Katie. She is a stunner indeed. But then, as her daddy I'm clearly bias.



Rob_O
Registered: Sep 24, 2004
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A last minute run to the lake to test the Hoya 9-stop variable ND and triggertrap app for LE shots.

Fuji 14mm @ f/16 | 2 min 30 sec | ISO 200 | vari ND @ 8(ish) stops |



itai195
Registered: Aug 08, 2011
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Great pics of an adorable baby girl, ct8282



ct8282
Registered: Nov 25, 2011
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Country: United Kingdom

itai195 wrote:
Great pics of an adorable baby girl, ct8282


Thank you. She is an adorable little thing and a super happy little thing too. Full of smiles from morning til night. We're very lucky indeed.



xenor
Registered: Dec 06, 2012
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Leftovers











ceder
Registered: May 13, 2011
Total Posts: 299
Country: Sweden

The Smoker


The smoker by c e d e r, on Flickr

Unknown man, Milan, Italy.
X-Pro1 with XF18mm.



goddardca
Registered: May 23, 2012
Total Posts: 63
Country: United States

Nice adds everyone. I started a new position so I haven't been around much. I ran into some pretty horrible traffic the other day so I pulled off onto the waterfront here in Portland and was inspired to be a little more creative with the light and shadows. Forgive me as I've been on a b&w binge lately as well as the lighting/contrast in these shots.


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Light and shadow.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr


Portland.. by ChrisG Photography, on Flickr



recordproducti
Registered: Jul 11, 2005
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Country: United Kingdom

^^^^ I really like the last B&W photo What lens(s) are you using?



goddardca
Registered: May 23, 2012
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Country: United States

Thanks! Just the 35 1.4. I was hoping the 23 1.4 would be released soon but I doubt it so I'll be picking up the oh so impressive x100s instead. Smaller, lighter, faster and more accurate AF. I might lose a bit of light but the built in flash will be a nice addition. I sort of wonder if the x100s shots should be posted in here considering it's the same sensor..



frezeiss
Registered: Sep 13, 2011
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Country: Indonesia

Well, you might end up in having both.. a 23 mm lens at f/2 doesnt provide good isolation

In the mean time, some shots with the XE-1






















goddardca
Registered: May 23, 2012
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Very nice! The 2nd and 3rd shots are fantastic. A 23 at f/2 can provide plenty of isolation. It's not just the aperture but the distance between you and the subject and the subject and the background. With that said, I loved the 35L on my 5d2 and a 35 1.4 on FF is pretty different than a 23 f/2 on a crop.



recordproducti
Registered: Jul 11, 2005
Total Posts: 332
Country: United Kingdom

There are some very skilled photogs here with X-E1's etc

I'm also really looking forward to adding a 23 f/1.4 when it comes, who knows, it may come along when an updated x-Pro 1 / X-E1 with the faster AF arrives? As much as I love my D800e the Fuji is the camera I choose to take out day to day with the bigger body for important work shoots.



corposant
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frezeiss
Registered: Sep 13, 2011
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goddardca wrote:
Very nice! The 2nd and 3rd shots are fantastic. A 23 at f/2 can provide plenty of isolation. It's not just the aperture but the distance between you and the subject and the subject and the background. With that said, I loved the 35L on my 5d2 and a 35 1.4 on FF is pretty different than a 23 f/2 on a crop.


Thanks! Sure it depends on the distance between camera and subject. But for my style its not enough, the RX1 might be my best bet but I cant see spending $3000 for a fixed lens with hoo humm AF.

About the upcoming Fuji 23, I hope they made it in two versions, a pancake 23 f/2 and an uber 23 f/1.1. Many will come to Fuji just for that lens. I dont have a problem if they made it a bit bigger, its a specialty lens after all. It could be deadly for Leica and the RX-1.

This is a photo with the X100s wide open. I liked it but sometimes but still kept me thinking about D700 and Zeiss 35 wide open DOF.







frezeiss
Registered: Sep 13, 2011
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recordproducti wrote:
There are some very skilled photogs here with X-E1's etc

I'm also really looking forward to adding a 23 f/1.4 when it comes, who knows, it may come along when an updated x-Pro 1 / X-E1 with the faster AF arrives? As much as I love my D800e the Fuji is the camera I choose to take out day to day with the bigger body for important work shoots.


Dont hold your breath on it.. maybe early 2014.

As fast as the X100s is (indication of next gen XE-2 AF), I find the XE-1 more accurate.. and mind you that the x100s is not blazingly fast either..



goddardca
Registered: May 23, 2012
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Country: United States

frezeiss wrote:
Thanks! Sure it depends on the distance between camera and subject. But for my style its not enough, the RX1 might be my best bet but I cant see spending $3000 for a fixed lens with hoo humm AF.

About the upcoming Fuji 23, I hope they made it in two versions, a pancake 23 f/2 and an uber 23 f/1.1. Many will come to Fuji just for that lens. I dont have a problem if they made it a bit bigger, its a specialty lens after all. It could be deadly for Leica and the RX-1.

This is a photo with the X100s wide open. I liked it but sometimes but still kept me thinking about D700 and Zeiss 35 wide open DOF.



That's what lens blur and gaussian blur in photoshop is for... JUST KIDDING! haha The more I look through the RX1 and Leica threads, the more I try to use jedi mind tricks to make Fuji hurry up on a FF sensor. They've listened to us about the gripes we had with the previous bodies (aside from the annoying inability to set min shutter on the X-pro/XE) so I'm hoping they hear us loud and clear that we want and need a full frame option. I'd gladly pay for it..



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