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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Richard,
    What camera do use, I want to buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    XP1 with the 60mm f/2.4 Macro. Japanese Fern.
    I tried another shot of this plant today with the 18mm and R72 IR filter:



    and then did a B&W conversion using SEP2 of the original color version shot from yesterday.

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    Think I prefer the SEP2 Carl. Would make a great print.
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    Some from today:







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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Think I prefer the SEP2 Carl. Would make a great print.
    Thanks David, I agree and it did make a nice print.
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    Some from today:


    Nice texture and color.
    Beautiful colors and composition.
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    A few from around Seattle this eve...

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    Ashwin: WOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    One image (2 shot stitch) from my first gorge walk of the season today. XP1 with 35 1.4 and tripod. I blew the highlights in a bunch of shots because I wasn't paying attention to exposure . I managed to partially recover the highlights in the raws used for this image, but really need to expose carefully for highlights in dark gorges like this.
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    Love the gorge and fern shots. Just wanted to ask regarding this comment. Does this imply that you are using DR100 and trying to expose for the highlights yourself or are you using Auto-DR? If the latter, would it have solved your blown highlights if you had used it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    Love the gorge and fern shots. Just wanted to ask regarding this comment. Does this imply that you are using DR100 and trying to expose for the highlights yourself or are you using Auto-DR? If the latter, would it have solved your blown highlights if you had used it?

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    Thanks Lee. I don't know if AUTO-DR would have handled the extreme brightness contrast. My intention was to use ISO 200 and manually meter for the highlights. I just wasn't paying attention (senior moment)
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    hi Ashwin,
    so howou get along with the XP1 vs the M9.
    Besides the "new camera" factor, when would you use which camera and how much overlap you find between the two?
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    Loved all the action in this shot, they all seemed to be enjoying themselves:



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    A very hot day, but it was cool and lush down in the gorge. The sunlight coming through the canopy and reflecting off the water made everything look green. XP1 with 35 1.4.

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    That's a beauty Carl.
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    Carl,

    David is absolutely correct. This is a beautiful shot. I remember some of your gorge shots from years past, and while all were beautiful, it seemed that the conditions were difficult (mainly DR) which made the photographic capture challenging.

    How do you compare the XP1 under these conditions to cameras you have used before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    That's a beauty Carl.
    Thanks David.
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    Carl,

    David is absolutely correct. This is a beautiful shot. I remember some of your gorge shots from years past, and while all were beautiful, it seemed that the conditions were difficult (mainly DR) which made the photographic capture challenging.

    How do you compare the XP1 under these conditions to cameras you have used before?

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    Thanks Rich. Today I forgot to bring a ND filter which would have been useful. I wonder why Fuji did not include the built-in, as with the X100? Here is the same scene shot last year with the X100 (with ND filter ON) about a month later in the season (gets warmer earlier every year). I prefer shooting in the gorge when it is overcast and I don't have to deal with harsh lighting. It is only 5 min from my house, so I can keep trying until I get it right.

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    Carl, I prefer this second one from the X100. I know we are in spring with insane greens but it seems like the rocks in the one with the x-pro1 are picking quite a green cast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Carl, I prefer this second one from the X100. I know we are in spring with insane greens but it seems like the rocks in the one with the x-pro1 are picking quite a green cast.
    Terry, I also prefer the X100 shot, for the softer lighting. Most of the green cast in the XP1 shot was from the light coming through and reflecting off the lush foliage, but also quite a bit more green moss and algae growth on the rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    hi Ashwin,
    so howou get along with the XP1 vs the M9.
    Besides the "new camera" factor, when would you use which camera and how much overlap you find between the two?
    Regards, Tom
    Hi Tom,
    Great question. I find that the experience of shooting RF vs XPro-1 is differen, and in that manner, there is a separation. however, the form factor, the way of seeing (especially with optical VF), and how the camera encourages the RF way of seeing makes the overlap more substantial than one may initially be led to believe. I would never been without my M9, but the XPro-1 is a fantastic option for AF or when AF is needed, or when better ISO or closer focus is desired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thanks David.
    Carl, I really dig this shot, and how the water "flows"...makes me wanna jump in
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    It is only 5 min from my house, so I can keep trying until I get it right.
    Looks like you got it right here...seems to call for a wider format...16x9?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Carl, I really dig this shot, and how the water "flows"...makes me wanna jump in
    Thanks Ashwin. That happens to a lot of people who come to escape the heat, but the park rangers don't like people wandering off the gorge trail and they can levy hefty fines if they catch you in the creek.
    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Looks like you got it right here...seems to call for a wider format...16x9?
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    Thanks Bob, yes wider would work as well as stitching, which I did from 2 images in the XP1 version.
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    scho,

    I know that area too, beautiful! Lots of vineyards and waterfalls. The Xpro 1, is surprisingly fast and contemplative. What is it about rangefinders! The 35mm f1.4 is stunning...I'm bonding with my gear Here's a photograph of my neighborhood.

    I'm looking forward to shooting with strobes and the 60mm!

    It's a small pic, but if you click on the image it has better resolution. There some big photo's here!
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    After a cold start to the year we suddenly have high summer temperatures in the UK. Today was very breezy too, so not the best conditions for any 'botanical' shots with the 60mm lens. Unusually for me I tried using the camera at DR100 rather than auto-DR and tried adjusting exposure compensation to suit. These are all OOC Jpegs apart from any cropping and some minor highlight adjustments in LR. I do wish we can set our own min shutter speed for use with auto-ISO.











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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A very hot day, but it was cool and lush down in the gorge. The sunlight coming through the canopy and reflecting off the water made everything look green. XP1 with 35 1.4.

    Carl: Incredible shot! Though, I agree with Terry about the greenish cast,

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    I know these are X-Pro 1 shots!

    X-Pro 1; 60mm f/2.4; 1/160s @ f/5; ISO 200


    X-Pro 1; 60mm f/2.4; 1/420s @ f/20; ISO 200


    X-Pro 1; 60mm f/2.4; 1/200s @ f/5.6; ISO 200


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    Looks like you are loving that 60mm Matt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbealnz View Post
    Looks like you are loving that 60mm Matt.
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    Gary: I am. I just got the 35mm f/1.4 today! Now, if Adobe would just get ACR conversion for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few from around Seattle this eve...

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    The images do look really special Ashwin.
    Not just the shallow dof-effect, but also color and transitions.
    By the way since I got it about 2-3 months ago the Noctilux is my favorite lenns on the M9. I find there are quite some similarities in the color and overall rendering between those 2 lenses from what I see here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Gary: I am. I just got the 35mm f/1.4 today! Now, if Adobe would just get ACR conversion for it.

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    Some from today with the 60mm.











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    Matt, love the bridge structures! The 60mm is amazing! Note, the determined graffiti artist's handywork! Great photos, thanks!

    Lee, love the rich colors and detail, and the rhododendron too.
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    Lee, love the rich colors and detail, and the rhododendron too.
    Thanks Johnny. After getting my camera and 35mm I quite quickly fancied the 18mm lens. As I had just sold some gear to partially reimburse myself for the initial purchase, I used that income instead to buy both the 18mm and 60mm! The funny thing is that I have used the 60mm more than the 18mm, not because there is anything 'wrong' with the 18mm, just that the 60 is a fun focal length.

    It does take some discipline, though. However this is not any more than would be needed for any other medium telephoto lens. The default minimum shutter speed of 1/90 sec in auto-iso mode isn't fast enough for me without risking introducing camera shake. I got several out of focus shots, most when attempting to use the OVF - I really need the EVF for this lens, especially the closer shots. An issue with this, I found, was that as I was using negative EC to try to avoid blown highlights, the image in the EVF would get darker and would be harder for me to see if the right thing was in focus. At least the subjects were mostly still but I bet I was swaying about a bit. Maybe I should have used AF-C mode, or better still a tripod! You more accomplished photographers here will wonder what I am on about!

    Anyway, some of them came out OK. I think I'll go back to the 35mm next.

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    [QUOTE=ashwinrao1;421594]A few from around Seattle this eve...

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I know these are X-Pro 1 shots!

    X-Pro 1; 60mm f/2.4; 1/420s @ f/20; ISO 200


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    Matt....great capture Love the diagonal....the arch.

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    Yellow Wellies


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    The frog is back. Or his cousin. Macro is new to me; this time I had the sense to stop down to f/11 so there is some reasonable DOF. Also better because he's sitting on the redwood bench instead of a plastic lawn chair arm. 60mm.


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    Crikey Tom, nice shots, very.
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    Wow Thom you really did need all that f11!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Yellow Wellie

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom in mpls View Post
    The frog is back. Or his cousin. Macro is new to me; this time I had the sense to stop down to f/11 so there is some reasonable DOF. Also better because he's sitting on the redwood bench instead of a plastic lawn chair arm. 60mm.
    Tom,
    Very nice shots of the little frog. A very patient little guy as well.
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    Meet Mary the chipmunk terminator. This pretty little neighborhood cat is an expert chipmunk hunter and she spends the whole day patiently stalking chipmunks in our garden.



    Blue Siberian



    Thorny tangle



    All shot with the XP1 and 60mm macro.
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    You have clearly invaded her sacred hunting grounds and she is none too pleased.

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Meet Mary the chipmunk terminator. This pretty little neighborhood cat is an expert chipmunk hunter and she spends the whole day patiently stalking chipmunks in our garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    You have clearly invaded her sacred hunting grounds and she is none too pleased.
    Yes indeed, but I apologized and she went on with her hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Wow Thom you really did need all that f11!
    Drat! I still for get to check all settings. I shot at ISO 3200. But on this camera...

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    Ah yes, prom day at the local school...never a place to park!

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    Away for a short while and some amazing images in this gallery.
    Really enjoy the talented photographers working with the Fuji.
    Well done everyone.
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    In California for a quick trip.
    Here are a few photos from the San Joaquin Valley.

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    Everybody: Thanks for the generous comments! The first with the 60mm; second with the 18mm.





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    Sapphie: I love the first one with the cobwebs. Excellent detail and contrast.
    David: "Yellow Wellies" is perfect. Nicely framed.
    Tom: Very cool! The frog looks like its been living 'rough'.
    Carl: I'll always go for a good cat photo! Your processing in this photo works really well.
    John: Is that a 2-room schoolhouse? Nice framing and processing.
    Joe: I can't pick one over the other! The winding road, the cross, and the train rolling toward you are all very evocative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    Away for a short while and some amazing images in this gallery.
    Really enjoy the talented photographers working with the Fuji.
    Well done everyone.
    Agreed.......I checked in here this morning, and now....WOW.

    Matt, Tom, Johnny, Carl and David....all just really nice stuff.

    Walking on the wet side of the island today....trade winds, trade showers...it was great. Shot with the 60 macro. It's a sharp little lens.






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