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    I shoot the Hasselblad H4D and the Fuji XPro-1. Both cameras are just amazing.



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    Processed with Silkypix + LR41. Shot at harsh sunlight.





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    Some images may repeat but they are newly processed for a look in LR4. Raw conversion maybe Silkypix for some images.







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    Garden wall.......a random shot. This was just too hard to resist posting.



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    Like it. Famous artist :-)
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    Kahili ginger......it blooms this time of year.



    As opposed to heliconia......






    In spite of what the EXIF says, these were shot with the Voigtlander SL90.

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    ARI_20120811_161451RPP.jpg di Ario Arioldi, su Flickr[/IMG]
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    From an Antique Market today. All open air and very harsh overall light.







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    XP-1 and 80 Summilux R (adapted)





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    some BW's, same set up





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    Fine Art with the Fuji!
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post

    love this bit of americana.
    Ylem ...
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    Me too. This was shot at f/2.2 and ISO 800. I like that I can just walk into the store, have a fast lens and don't need to worry about ISO 800.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Me too. This was shot at f/2.2 and ISO 800. I like that I can just walk into the store, have a fast lens and don't need to worry about ISO 800.
    Ditto. I keep reading about how much the D800 is a game changer ( I have one too ) but personally I think that the Fuji X-Pro1 fits that mould better in my own experience. I like what I see from the OM-D too although I have no personal experience.

    At the end of the day that's still a nice shot Uwe regardless of what you used.
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    >At the end of the day that's still a nice shot Uwe regardless of what you used.

    But first you have to be able to get it. The X-Pro1 is clearly a step back into the future. Finally a camera with solid lenses that also feels like a camera. Ok, the Leica is even more solid but I never liked its electronic part.

    That said here is a shot from the RX100 two weeks earlier:

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    Last edited by Ario Arioldi; 14th August 2012 at 05:33.
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    Still just playing with my new toy.
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    Red Sky at Morning - Fuji X-Pro1 & 35mm

    Took this a couple of days ago but only tonight have I had a chance to bring it into Lightroom. I arrived way before sunrise and waited for the sun to rise behind a single large tree on the plain. These are the kind of simple shots I love to take. Thought to be cliche by some but I never tire of sunrise, they're all different, all beautiful.

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    Re: Red Sky at Morning - Fuji X-Pro1 & 35mm

    [QUOTE=Jim Radcliffe;442868]Took this a couple of days ago but only tonight have I had a chance to bring it into Lightroom. I arrived way before sunrise and waited for the sun to rise behind a single large tree on the plain. These are the kind of simple shots I love to take. Thought to be cliche by some but I never tire of sunrise, they're all different, all beautiful.

    Simplicity and beauty, Jim. Just stunning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Took this a couple of days ago but only tonight have I had a chance to bring it into Lightroom. I arrived way before sunrise and waited for the sun to rise behind a single large tree on the plain. These are the kind of simple shots I love to take. Thought to be cliche by some but I never tire of sunrise, they're all different, all beautiful.

    Simplicity and beauty, Jim. Just stunning
    As I was taking this shot a police car drove up the dirt road to my location and said that some of the city workers (who 10 minutes earlier had driven by me) in the maintenance building up the road had called in a "suspicious character" .. that would be me... out in the middle of the field.

    Of course the cop showed up right as the sun was rising through the tree... I answered his questions while continuing to take the shots of the sunrise... I told him I had 5 minutes at the most to get the shots... he said "It's obvious you are only taking pictures".. wished me good luck and went back to report to the workers that I was just doing photography.

    He explained to me that there had been a series of breakins in the maintenance building about 300 yards from my location. He was very nice and polite about it... but his timing was the worst.
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    This is with the Zeiss 85mm f/4 and simple M-mount adapter (very good detail):

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    I like very much to use the Zeiss ZM Tele-Tessar 85mm f/4. Focussing was easy: all at infinity :-)











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    A few from a recent trip.







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    Thread seems to be slowing down, maybe as people move on? I am very much enjoying the camera and its output, but focus can be frustrating esp with the 60.... sure do hope that Fuji's working on it








    That being said, I'd be hard pressed to find a better option for IQ and manageable file sizes than this camera.
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    Yes, the 60mm AF is bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Thread seems to be slowing down, maybe as people move on?

    That being said, I'd be hard pressed to find a better option for IQ and manageable file sizes than this camera.
    Ashwin.....it's hard to move on from this camera.

    Some night harvesting shots (with the SL125) at 6400ISO.






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    If it's slowing down I will try to post some stuff here too ;-)
    Nice pictures everyone so far! Keep them coming...

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    I love this shot! This may be my favorite of your pictures so far. Or at least one of my favorites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I like very much to use the Zeiss ZM Tele-Tessar 85mm f/4. Focussing was easy: all at infinity :-)



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    Thanks.

    Yes, this is a nice scene and only about 10 miles away. Best to photograph at overcast.
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    Nice to see you shooting with the XP-1 Uwe.

    One from our recent trip to England. (A too rare event for a Scot I regret to say).

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    Too early for a final judgement but overall I like the camera:

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    A few more with the SLR Magic Hyperprime T0.95





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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Ashwin.....it's hard to move on from this camera.

    Some night harvesting shots (with the SL125) at 6400ISO.




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    Rich, agreed. These are stunning high ISO, Loooooow light captures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Rich, agreed. These are stunning high ISO, Loooooow light captures!
    Ashwin.....agreed. I took the same picture with the OM-D at 6400 with the same lens.

    So noisy.....it was COMPLETELY unusable. I did not post the comparison because I didn't want to get into the one vs. the other discussion. So even with the great IBIS (OM-D), clean sensor noise wins out (XP1).

    Every camera has its place. The XP1 dominates in low light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashinm View Post
    A few from a recent trip.


    love the light and how the cosmos is framed...sweet...

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    Hi Uwe, we photographers are never happy with the weather. Over here we don't get enough sunshine and blue skies.

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    From an Antique Market today. All open air and very harsh overall light.







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    i missed that period when graffiti became art









    I wonder where I was?

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    Aquatic life












    This one was pretty cool.....the sun had just set and this small pool was glowing aqua/turquoise being lit from underneath by a lava tube facing west.



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    Some with the 60mm. I tried a different approach, following some posts on DPR - I set shadows and highlights to -2, colour +1, then adjusted the contrast etc of the JPGs in LR.











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    I also like Graffiti and Murals:




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    And yet ... I still think those RPP renderings are hard to beat!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
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    Obviously I prefer the one of the girl in this set (!) but as a photograph this is just great!

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