Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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corposant
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sebboh
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^^ the fuji version of that shot looks much more natural to me than the sigma version.



corposant
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sebboh wrote:
^^ the fuji version of that shot looks much more natural to me than the sigma version.


Would you say it "outperforms" the Sigma version?



sebboh
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corposant wrote:
sebboh wrote:
^^ the fuji version of that shot looks much more natural to me than the sigma version.


Would you say it "outperforms" the Sigma version?




for me sure.

the sigma might look more real to me with different downsizing/sharpening but it's also got some weird color artifacts in the sand.



justruss
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BokehBeauty wrote:
I didn't like Velvia on the X100, but I like it on the X-E1 with lifted shadows (-2).







Zugspitze?

So, are you an echter Bayer or a fellow Zuagrosta in Minga? That first sun in a while... didn't catch much of it myself over in Kolumbusplatz...


naturephoto1
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Here are four more photos taken with my tripod mounted Leica 280mm f4 Apo Telyt and my Fujifilm X-E1 camera. All images processed in LR4.4.

Rich



BokehBeauty
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Hi Justruss

Yes, it's Zugspitze and the cake is of the coffee shop of Botanischer Garten.
I'm again heading this morning for Zugspitze. It's a petty not more skiing resorts keep open longer with the massive amount of snow still down to the valley. Most importantly we get sun in Munich lately.



dakel
Registered: Apr 02, 2006
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Well I've not posted here before, despite owning the XP1 for almost a year, and taken a few thousand photos with it. So here goes.
Last year I made a trip to Vietnam to rendezvous with some old school friends and go kayaking in Halong Bay. I had a wonderful, amazing time and if asked, could not recommend adventures like this enough

First stop was Hanoi. Now, my wife is Vietnamese but she escaped as a refugee. She has an inbuilt dislike of anything related to the Vietnamese communists, and warned me, that Hanoi was not going to be a fun place to be. Now I'm not going to say she was wrong, but I did have fun and it was a vibrant, colourful and very noisy city, well worth a visit.

I took my XP1 and a Nex 5n. Here 4 shots of street scenes in Hanoi. More to come later.

























Or if you want to click through to see more:

http://derrickakelly.zenfolio.com/p487654125

Cheers

PS I've seen some great photos in this thread and really appreciate others sharing their work


justruss
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BokehBeauty wrote:
Hi Justruss

Yes, it's Zugspitze and the cake is of the coffee shop of Botanischer Garten.
I'm again heading this morning for Zugspitze. It's a petty not more skiing resorts keep open longer with the massive amount of snow still down to the valley. Most importantly we get sun in Munich lately.


I know... I can see the sun from my balcony, and all I want to do is drink an Augustiner by the Isar. But I'm flying to America for a quick 1-week visit. Be back here posting images to the thread soon.

Here's one from a few weeks ago at Hochfugen. My favorite off-piste, in-resort spot to go in the area.







Jman13
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Two from a quick trip I did to Chicago. It wasn't a photography trip, so I didn't have a lot of time to shoot. I have a few others yet to process, but these are two that I liked. First with the Fuji 14/2.8, the second with the Zeiss 90/2.8 Sonnar:













allstarimaging
Registered: Mar 24, 2006
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jman13: Great colors on that second and excellent compositon as well. I rented the 14mm 2.8 for a recent trip and was pretty impressed with it. Thanks for posting.

Jack



allstarimaging
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Couple of quick ones with the XE-1 35 1.4 combo:



buggz2k
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This was a tough edit for noise, used both C1Pro7 and ACR7.4, and maybe some Denoise 5.
Was super dark, ISO6400, boosted the shadows on the right side.
FujiFilm X-E1 and Fujinon XF 18-55mm:



michael49
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^ - nice.



owyhee
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Jordan,
Love our B&W with 14 2.8. Really nice! The lighthouse is nice also.
Thanks,
Aaron



felixj
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Photo of my son...Taken with the Fuji 35.







Spyro P.
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a rose with the 35 and a gary fong



buggz2k
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Busted!
Stupid tree rats eating all my seed!
FujiFilm X-E1 and Canon 100-400L:



doowop42
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My X-E1 and zoom.



Jman13
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X-E1 with Fuji 14/2.8:







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