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    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    18mm f/8
    This one has everything going for it, Joe.....so nice.

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    The weather this last week has been perfect in Scotland. In fact it was almost too hot for us, so went down to the coast where there was a slight 'haar' or coastal fog. This made for some nice atmospheric photos.

    Here we have St Monan's harbour in the East Neuk of Fife.



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    Thanks Rich and Matt.
    Yep, the 60mm is pretty sharp.

    A quick day in downtown Los Angeles:
    18mm f/5.6 Bradbury Building


    18mm f/2 Biltmore Hotel


    18mm f/2.8 Union Station


    60mm f/8 Toy District


    18mm f/5.6 From Rooftop at Standard Hotel
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    Dave and Joe,

    I love these images! Scotland is beautiful, my grammy hails from there! That seaside village would make a great film location too.

    Joe, you convinced me to get the 18mm. Very impressive results with this little, discreet, and amazing camera!
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Everybody: Thanks for the generous comments! The first with the 60mm; second with the 18mm.





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    Al is certainly looking meditative!

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    Thanks Rich and Matt.
    Yep, the 60mm is pretty sharp.

    A quick day in downtown Los Angeles:
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    Great shots from your day in LA.
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    Thanks for all the comments, Matt nice to see you here as well. That 60mm does look nice, may be my next lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Dave and Joe,

    I love these images! Scotland is beautiful, my grammy hails from there! That seaside village would make a great film location too.
    Hi Johnny, yes parts are very picturesque indeed, and you never tire of the variable weather. Any plans to visit?

    Another from yesterday in St Monans.

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    Union Pacific Railroad Tracks Leading Into Dallas

    Got up before dawn with a friend and headed to Dallas to shoot this. I had hoped for many more clouds in the sky to produce a more dramatic shot but this one seems to have turned out ok. This was taken with the Fuji X-Pro1 and the 18mm. Post work in Photoshop CS5.

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    You are an early riser Jim, it pays off!
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    Early (not as early as Jim) morning macro..









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    Rich, just love what you do with the 60.
    Jim, an absolute stunning shot.
    David, how do you keep the camera dry in that weather? Fun images.
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    Jim Excellent
    Rich my favorite is the one wit the light hitting the cross.

    Went away with just my iPad for the weekend and dumb me forgot the camera connection sd card reader. I did manage to bring the USB piece but I think the camera uses a propritery plug. arrrgh. So will post a few when I get back to SF

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    Here's a sunset...I needed a foreground, but it does't convey scale.
    This really is a quirky camera, i'm always hitting buttons or pushing something I shouldn't, it makes all kinds of noises, like a frisky kitten, but I can't get enough. Oddly, out of all the cameras I've used, this camera is one of the most satisfying! I'm even using a cable release, so it feels like film. My relationship with this camera is like no other, and when I figure it out, I'll try to convey it.
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    Rich M,

    The first macro should be in a gallery!

    Jim,

    The symmetry of the tracks is outstanding! Nice composition!

    David,

    Amazing photos of low tide, I can hear the gulls and smell the sea! Nicely done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Joe, you convinced me to get the 18mm. Very impressive results with this little, discreet, and amazing camera!
    You won't regret it. Excellent lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Here's a sunset...I needed a foreground, but it does't convey scale.
    This really is a quirky camera, i'm always hitting buttons or pushing something I shouldn't, it makes all kinds of noises, like a frisky kitten, but I can't get enough. Oddly, out of all the cameras I've used, this camera is one of the most satisfying! I'm even using a cable release, so it feels like film. My relationship with this camera is like no other, and when I figure it out, I'll try to convey it.
    Johnny.....I like both of your shots.....nice sunset and really nice B&W conversion of the schoolhouse.

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    A few 'odds and ends' with the 60mm and the 35mm.











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    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    Rich, just love what you do with the 60.
    Jim, an absolute stunning shot.
    David, how do you keep the camera dry in that weather? Fun images.
    It was actually perfectly dry, just a light mist that was clinging to the ground in the harbour and out to sea, with this marvellous subdued light filtering through.
    Makes a change from driving rain!
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    A few shots (all at f/11) taken this afternoon at the local marina with the XP1 and CV 12mm. Thanks to Rich's nice work with the CV 12 on the XP1 I couldn't resist this lens. As Rich noted, the lens performs very well on the XP1 in terms of minimal distortion and lack of significant corner/edge problems. Now I just have to learn how to use and focus it properly.





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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few shots (all at f/11) taken this afternoon at the local marina with the XP1 and CV 12mm. Thanks to Rich's nice work with the CV 12 on the XP1 I couldn't resist this lens. As Rich noted, the lens performs very well on the XP1 in terms of minimal distortion and lack of significant corner/edge problems. Now I just have to learn how to use and focus it properly.
    thanks for sharing these, i've had the cv 12 for awhile, but didn't have the adaptor. that was supposed to arrive today, but i'm stuck at work until 11pm. guess there's always tomorrow.

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    Rich,
    Thanks for the comments. Perhaps we (all the photographers here) should all do our own show!

    Here's a sunset... 35mm f/1.4
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    A few last unrelated photos. To be honest, I have to admit that I took my X-Pro 1 back to the dealer, last week.

    60mm


    60mm


    60mm


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    60mm - Ashwin took this of me


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    18mm


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    You took it back Matt???? No more X=Pro, or another X-Pro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    A few last unrelated photos. To be honest, I have to admit that I took my X-Pro 1 back to the dealer, last week.
    No, no. Your X-Pro 1 photos are so wonderful.
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    Very nice Carl. I am finding that the CV12 stays on the camera a LOT. As you mentioned, focussing is interesting. Luckily the Kipon adapter is accurate at infinity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbealnz View Post
    You took it back Matt???? No more X=Pro, or another X-Pro?
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    No, no. Your X-Pro 1 photos are so wonderful.
    Smokingcamera: Thanks for the generous compliment. It means something coming from a photographer like you.

    Gbealnz:
    Yeah, I returned it, along with the three lenses. Nothing wrong with the camera. Actually, IQ's incredible, High ISO's incredible. All of the photo's that have been posted here are incredible. Ergonomics and technology's incredible, and very cool. It just didn't fit into the right spot for what I think I need; which, is what a Leica M9 won't do.

    I, also, traded in a Sony A77 and a bunch of A-mount lenses. SLR (SLT) and lenses are too big and heavy. Been there, done that. Nikons before the Sony Alpha.

    My Nex 7, I like a lot. Nice size and easy to handle. Good IQ and high ISO (not as good as X-Pro, though). AF's faster then X-Pro, but not fast enough. Not a very large selection of lenses, but, a few good ones, including some zooms and longer telephotos. I thought all three of the X-pro lenses were better then most of the E-mount lenses. The Nex 7 also works great with my Leica R lenses (The X-Pro would, too). And, it has 'focus peaking'. Why don't more cameras have 'focus peaking'?

    So, why did I return the X-Pro 1. Size: almost M9 size and bigger then the Nex 7. Auto focus: a lot slower then the Nex 7 and less accurate (IMO). Available lenses - no compact telephotos, now (they'll eventually come). It needed to be smaller. Actually a very short list of 'negatives.

    What I really want to compliment the M9 is the 'honey, I shrunk the Nikon D800' system! The Nex 7 isn't it, but, it's staying with me for now. My next venture is into the Olympus OM-D E-M5 system. For me, this is a return to MFT. I had some earlier Panasonics. The OMD might be the 'honey I shrunk...' system? IQ not at D800 levels, or X-Pro 1, Nex 7 (maybe?), or M9 levels, but it has a lot of the other DSLR system traits without the bulk and cost. No one camera's the perfect 'tool'. Probably why a lot of us have several different ones at the same time. That would be a rationale I'd use to cover up my pathological gear lust.

    We'll see how this works out, and, I'll keep looking in here. Good photographs are always worth looking at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Smokingcamera: Thanks for the generous compliment. It means something coming from a photographer like you.

    Gbealnz:
    Yeah, I returned it, along with the three lenses. Nothing wrong with the camera. Actually, IQ's incredible, High ISO's incredible. All of the photo's that have been posted here are incredible. Ergonomics and technology's incredible, and very cool. It just didn't fit into the right spot for what I think I need; which, is what a Leica M9 won't do.

    I, also, traded in a Sony A77 and a bunch of A-mount lenses. SLR (SLT) and lenses are too big and heavy. Been there, done that. Nikons before the Sony Alpha.

    My Nex 7, I like a lot. Nice size and easy to handle. Good IQ and high ISO (not as good as X-Pro, though). AF's faster then X-Pro, but not fast enough. Not a very large selection of lenses, but, a few good ones, including some zooms and longer telephotos. I thought all three of the X-pro lenses were better then most of the E-mount lenses. The Nex 7 also works great with my Leica R lenses (The X-Pro would, too). And, it has 'focus peaking'. Why don't more cameras have 'focus peaking'?

    So, why did I return the X-Pro 1. Size: almost M9 size and bigger then the Nex 7. Auto focus: a lot slower then the Nex 7 and less accurate (IMO). Available lenses - no compact telephotos, now (they'll eventually come). It needed to be smaller. Actually a very short list of 'negatives.

    What I really want to compliment the M9 is the 'honey, I shrunk the Nikon D800' system! The Nex 7 isn't it, but, it's staying with me for now. My next venture is into the Olympus OM-D E-M5 system. For me, this is a return to MFT. I had some earlier Panasonics. The OMD might be the 'honey I shrunk...' system? IQ not at D800 levels, or X-Pro 1, Nex 7 (maybe?), or M9 levels, but it has a lot of the other DSLR system traits without the bulk and cost. No one camera's the perfect 'tool'. Probably why a lot of us have several different ones at the same time. That would be a rationale I'd use to cover up my pathological gear lust.

    We'll see how this works out, and, I'll keep looking in here. Good photographs are always worth looking at!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Seems you have given this some serious thought. Never an easy decision. Will check out your work to see your wonderful photography. Cheers Matt.
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    Matt,
    agree with Joe, you've certainly tossed this around enough to know what is right or not. Either way, we'll be keeping an eye out for your images, they are great.
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    more barns...
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    more barns...
    I'd love to see it larger ...
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    Loving the new LR raw support. Here's a snap from the weekend.

    The Oregon Serengeti
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    Looking good Graham....I'm getting ready for Washington's "tuscany" in less than two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Looking good Graham....I'm getting ready for Washington's "tuscany" in less than two weeks.
    Good news I hear is that Steptoe Butte will still be open which was a potential problem for this year. Enjoy the wheat fields.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    Looking good Graham....I'm getting ready for Washington's "tuscany" in less than two weeks.
    June in the Palouse.....should be epic Terry.


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    Dang that's nice Graham, "Bovine Beauty" at it's best.
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    Wow Tom - you seem to still have chilly temps....almost like a San Francisco summer.

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    Graham,

    Love your compositions, I can wander around that image...nicely done.

    I uploaded a bigger barn image for your consideration.

    Tom,

    Very meditative!

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    The Oregon Serengeti
    X-Pro1 60mm 1/10 f/8 ISO 200
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    Graham,
    Very nice picture, I don't know how the bigger size of this image will look like but at this size it has a look of MF. You are really doing nice jobs with x1 pro.
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    Manouch/Gary/JGD/Terry - thank you for the kind feedback.

    Manouch - the X-Pro1 files really hold up extremely well both as JPGs and now as RAWs from LR. Silkypix works ok but I think I'm going to redo some of my earlier TIFF conversions through LR to see how they render by comparison. We're talking very good quality 16bit files with great ISO and noise performance.

    Personally, I'm finding the X-Pro1 to be a great camera system with the Fuji glass. I really really enjoy using it. It's not without it's hiccups - I've had the camera go in to deep sleep for unexplained reasons on a couple of occasions, kind of like how the X100 would do with it's random anywhere from instant -> 30s startup time. Aside this, which I believe is related to removing the SD card to read on the computer, the X-Pro1 is working out well.

    I've started shooting some IR too using this camera - mixed results and I'm seeing central hot spots with the lenses when using an R72 filter, although that's not an uncommon experience with lenses not optimized for IR support.

    I'm looking forward to the new Fuji glass later this year. I definitely could use both wider & longer glass with this camera. Zooms - pah, I'm not so bothered personally.
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    Near the thriving metropolis of Wagontire, OR - population 2, well, 3 because I turned up.

    Fuji X-Pro1 18mm 1/450 f/9 ISO 200


    Playing with the in-camera jpg panorama mode - surprisingly good but it mushes pixels:
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    more barns...
    This is a superb image. Well done.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Those are amazing shots Graham - really like the Oregon Serengeti.

    Here are a couple of recent ones I've worked up in LR; first up one from a recent trip to the mountains (hiking with the XPro-1 was much nicer than a DSLR) and then one from sunset over the foothills just south of Calgary. Enjoy!



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    Tom morning mist shot is very nice - does this happen often at this location?
    Graham, your skill is showing what this camera is truly capable of. Gorgeous images.
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    very nice

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    I really like the first one Simon.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by The Smoking Camera View Post
    I really like the first one Simon.
    I agree - a very nice image. I think that the second one has potential too if the foreground is opened up somewhat. The X-Pro1 does a good job with keeping shadow detail.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Something a bit different perhaps:

    The Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Winchester, the day before it all kicks off, XP1 with XF18mm.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    I agree - a very nice image. I think that the second one has potential too if the foreground is opened up somewhat. The X-Pro1 does a good job with keeping shadow detail.
    Thanks Graham and Joe, feedback from two people using this tool so well is always appreciated. The foreground in the second image was very dark as I was on the edge of a hail storm... I may try reprocessing this a bit differently (possibly blending two or more exposures) as the shadows were already boosted a lot in the posted image. Thanks again for the feedback.

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