Fujifilm X-mount Image Thread
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tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
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Country: Italy



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
Total Posts: 75
Country: Italy



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
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^ - love that last one.

35 1.4 @ f/2....



dovey
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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Helena,
Took the plunge and ordered the camera with the 18-55. Will post once I have it in my hands



fatedquest
Registered: Feb 25, 2013
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Fuji XE1
XF 18-55



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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Nice to have home internet back up and running, I was almost out of my mobile data allotment from tethering

A quicky with the XE1 and adapted Minolta 35-70


DSCF6942-Edit by J L Smith, on Flickr



xenor
Registered: Dec 06, 2012
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I love all the flower pictures. Here's another.
Catnip | X-E1, 35mm






speedmaster20d
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San Francisco Ferry building



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
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cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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^ Is that intentional? Seems incredibly dark, I'm not sure what the subject is?



corposant
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douglasf13 wrote:
Beautiful "Styrofoam" shot, Helena. That may be my favorite photo that I've seen on any alt gear thread. Just really, really great.


It seems like there's no shortage of interesting/weird things to shoot in Norway!



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
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Yes, it's a long exposure. The subject is the firefly which leaves those little dots in the center of the frame.



corposant
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Floating on air?



TheGloriousEnd
Registered: Nov 07, 2012
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This thread is so inspiring!

Here's one from my "We Are Human" project....not exactly an original idea, but still quite stimulating!
On an unrelated note, I've gotten into the film world much more seriously lately. Any tips for a new Bronica ETRS user? (I've got the 75mm EII and 150mm MC lenses) *Sorry for the side tangent*



Untitled by The Glorious End, on Flickr



cputeq
Registered: Jun 25, 2008
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tardegardo wrote:
Yes, it's a long exposure. The subject is the firefly which leaves those little dots in the center of the frame.


Ahh gotcha!



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
Total Posts: 75
Country: Italy

cputeq wrote:
tardegardo wrote:
Yes, it's a long exposure. The subject is the firefly which leaves those little dots in the center of the frame.


Ahh gotcha!


eheh… I know that's too dark!
you had to pull a bit the monitor brightness…



tardegardo
Registered: Jan 26, 2013
Total Posts: 75
Country: Italy

here is one more (darker and darker..!)



chris78cpr
Registered: Aug 27, 2003
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Country: United Kingdom

TheGloriousEnd wrote:
This thread is so inspiring!

Here's one from my "We Are Human" project....not exactly an original idea, but still quite stimulating!
On an unrelated note, I've gotten into the film world much more seriously lately. Any tips for a new Bronica ETRS user? (I've got the 75mm EII and 150mm MC lenses) *Sorry for the side tangent*



Untitled by The Glorious End, on Flickr



I really like the muted colors and limited contrast, it's stunning, care to share the processing recipe?



TheGloriousEnd
Registered: Nov 07, 2012
Total Posts: 22
Country: United States

chris78cpr wrote:

I really like the muted colors and limited contrast, it's stunning, care to share the processing recipe?



Hey Chris, thanks a bunch!
Well, first I used a custom preset in Exposure 3 (a heavy modification of one of the "fading" presets) set to 40% opacity to lower the highlight contrast.

From there, an orange-ish filter layer to pump up the golden hour light streaming through the windows.

Then a curves layer to push up the midtones, a little dodging on her face/eyes,
and finally a very light sharpening layer. (masked for the detail areas only)

All in all, maybe a half hour's worth of dithering. Though I would've been done in ten if I'd been more sure of myself!



chris78cpr
Registered: Aug 27, 2003
Total Posts: 5700
Country: United Kingdom

TheGloriousEnd wrote:
chris78cpr wrote:

I really like the muted colors and limited contrast, it's stunning, care to share the processing recipe?



Hey Chris, thanks a bunch!
Well, first I used a custom preset in Exposure 3 (a heavy modification of one of the "fading" presets) set to 40% opacity to lower the highlight contrast.

From there, an orange-ish filter layer to pump up the golden hour light streaming through the windows.

Then a curves layer to push up the midtones, a little dodging on her face/eyes,
and finally a very light sharpening layer. (masked for the detail areas only)

All in all, maybe a half hour's worth of dithering. Though I would've been done in ten if I'd been more sure of myself!



Thanks for sharing! I always find it fascinating to read about how people approach a shots post production and their method behind it! Keep posting! Oh and enjoy the film stuff!



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