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    Lee, Keep posting the photos. I enjoy them. The X Pro 1 images (pretty much every single image posted by everyone) are quite decent to excellent. Amazing IQ!
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    In-camera B&W conversion, cropped and levels adjustment



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    Ok, where are you all?

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    Keep going, Lee. I am still watching.

    I can't get one unless I sell some of my gear. Either that, or I wait for the plastic version of the X Pro 1.

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    The more of these images from the XP1 I see the more I am sure I will get one as soon as available here in Austria!

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    Yes, do please keep going Lee... I'm convinced that the X-Pro 1 has amazing, beautiful tonality. I can definitely see myself getting one in due course.

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    A mixed bag of XP1 images with the Fuji 35mm f/1.4.









    Last edited by scho; 9th April 2012 at 13:58. Reason: add image
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    All great but love the window shot especially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    All great but love the window shot especially.

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    Thanks Lee. I'm still in learning mode with this camera and struggling with the jpeg only workflow available at the moment. Hoping for raw support soon from either Adobe or Phase One. You seem to be doing quite well with the XP1 and your jpegs look great. Are you doing much PP and what film setting are you using?
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    1000 ISO
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    @2.8

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    This thread should carry a health warning. The health of my bank account is under serious threat
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    1000 ISO
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    Beautiful detail and composition.
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    Carl: the window pic with the yellow flowers is a very fine image...thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Carl: the window pic with the yellow flowers is a very fine image...thanks.

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    Thanks Lee. I'm still in learning mode with this camera and struggling with the jpeg only workflow available at the moment. Hoping for raw support soon from either Adobe or Phase One. You seem to be doing quite well with the XP1 and your jpegs look great. Are you doing much PP and what film setting are you using?
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    Well, things are perhaps easier for me as I already have the X100. With that I eventually realised that the JPEG output was pretty much as good if not better than I could get from RAW. Until this camera I had always shot RAW. Shooting JPEGs has carried over to the X-Pro 1, though I am shooting RAW+Fine at the moment because I want to see what LR can do once it supports RAW.

    I use the camera mainly in auto-DR, auto-ISO, the former does a great job. As far as image tone goes all I usually do is perhaps minor adjustments to blacks/whites/highlights/clarity in LR. Very little PP - I am not very adept at it!

    I usually use Provia, though Velvia seems to work better than in the X100. The last two colour shots of mine here were Velvia. If you take RAW then it is worth playing with the in-camera RAW conversion utility afterwards to compare the different simulations. It seems to me that Velvia can be a little 'softer' than Provia but this is just a feeling at this stage. Velvia does also clip the blacks and that 'look' can usually be replicated with a Provia shot and some PP such as saturation boost. I am yet to try out the 'Pro Neg' simulations.

    Best wishes
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    Hi Lee, can you share your thoughts/settings for jpeg shooting with the X100?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Hi Lee, can you share your thoughts/settings for jpeg shooting with the X100?

    Thanks

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    No magic at all. I tend to use the X100 on auto-DR, auto-ISO, Provia film simulation. With the X100 I never really felt that Velvia or Astia were for me. Once loaded into LR4 I might just do some levels adjustment by dragging the 'blacks' slider to the left and the 'whites' slider to the right. Sometimes LR says there is a little highlight clipping and I think it is usually just one channel, so I may drag the highlights slider to the left just a touch. Occasionally I will fiddle with contrast, clarity, saturation but not by much.

    How about yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Hi Carl

    Well, things are perhaps easier for me as I already have the X100. With that I eventually realised that the JPEG output was pretty much as good if not better than I could get from RAW. Until this camera I had always shot RAW. Shooting JPEGs has carried over to the X-Pro 1, though I am shooting RAW+Fine at the moment because I want to see what LR can do once it supports RAW.

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    I fully agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Hi Brian

    No magic at all. I tend to use the X100 on auto-DR, auto-ISO, Provia film simulation. With the X100 I never really felt that Velvia or Astia were for me. Once loaded into LR4 I might just do some levels adjustment by dragging the 'blacks' slider to the left and the 'whites' slider to the right. Sometimes LR says there is a little highlight clipping and I think it is usually just one channel, so I may drag the highlights slider to the left just a touch. Occasionally I will fiddle with contrast, clarity, saturation but not by much.

    How about yourself?

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    Thanks Lee, generally, for landscape shooting I'll use the following...

    Dynamic Range : 100
    Film Simulation : Astia/Soft
    Colour : M-HIGH
    Sharpness : HARD
    Highlight Tone : M-SOFT
    Shadow Tone : M-HARD
    Noise Reduction : STD
    Colour Space : sRGB

    The highlight and shadow tone settings are useful to give the punch I'm looking for in shadows, and nice roll off for highlights.

    Cheers

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Ok, where are you all?

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    HI Lee
    I'm still watching too - great landscape stuff - and the rape just coming out to test those yellows!

    No sun here this weekend I'm afraid, and now I'm sitting in the office watching it through the window

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Lee
    I'm still watching too - great landscape stuff - and the rape just coming out to test those yellows!

    No sun here this weekend I'm afraid, and now I'm sitting in the office watching it through the window
    Hi Jono

    Don't bother, you'd hate it! The camera is rubbish. Just trying to bring a sense of balance :-) That rape field shot (and the others I shot at the same time) is possibly the best one of that type I have done with digital. My Pentaxes tended to underexpose ... like they were blinded by the stuff.

    Yes, it can be hard can't it? Rain all day yesterday. More sun than showers today. Never enough time to get out and enjoy the camera(s). I am in the office too (clearly working hard!) but I guess without it I wouldn't be able to afford the camera(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks Lee, generally, for landscape shooting I'll use the following...

    Dynamic Range : 100
    Film Simulation : Astia/Soft
    Colour : M-HIGH
    Sharpness : HARD
    Highlight Tone : M-SOFT
    Shadow Tone : M-HARD
    Noise Reduction : STD
    Colour Space : sRGB

    The highlight and shadow tone settings are useful to give the punch I'm looking for in shadows, and nice roll off for highlights.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Brian. I might have a fiddle with some of these - it's easy to do if I shoot RAW and then experiment with the in-camera converter. I was never really sure about Astia but maybe it helps with the sharpness setting. Sounds like you are aiming somewhere between the default Astia and Velvia settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Carl: the window pic with the yellow flowers is a very fine image...thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Hi Carl

    Well, things are perhaps easier for me as I already have the X100. With that I eventually realised that the JPEG output was pretty much as good if not better than I could get from RAW. Until this camera I had always shot RAW. Shooting JPEGs has carried over to the X-Pro 1, though I am shooting RAW+Fine at the moment because I want to see what LR can do once it supports RAW.

    I use the camera mainly in auto-DR, auto-ISO, the former does a great job. As far as image tone goes all I usually do is perhaps minor adjustments to blacks/whites/highlights/clarity in LR. Very little PP - I am not very adept at it!

    I usually use Provia, though Velvia seems to work better than in the X100. The last two colour shots of mine here were Velvia. If you take RAW then it is worth playing with the in-camera RAW conversion utility afterwards to compare the different simulations. It seems to me that Velvia can be a little 'softer' than Provia but this is just a feeling at this stage. Velvia does also clip the blacks and that 'look' can usually be replicated with a Provia shot and some PP such as saturation boost. I am yet to try out the 'Pro Neg' simulations.

    Best wishes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks Lee, generally, for landscape shooting I'll use the following...

    Dynamic Range : 100
    Film Simulation : Astia/Soft
    Colour : M-HIGH
    Sharpness : HARD
    Highlight Tone : M-SOFT
    Shadow Tone : M-HARD
    Noise Reduction : STD
    Colour Space : sRGB

    The highlight and shadow tone settings are useful to give the punch I'm looking for in shadows, and nice roll off for highlights.

    Cheers

    Brian
    Thank you Lee and Brian for sharing your jpeg workflows. I usually shot only raw so I tend to use too much PP when working with jpegs. Guess I just have to get the settings right and then let the camera do most of the work.
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    Fuji X-PRO1 and Nikon AFS 50/1.8 approx @ 2.8





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    Right out of the box...jpegs...35/1.4...manual mode, around 8/250...no apologies for off-color... shot very early AM...very impressed with image quality...very sharp!
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    Noise reduction set to lowest. Auto DR, auto ISO. It came out at ISO 3200, 1/40 sec hand held, f5.6, with apologies to all who have seen enough already of Sapphie. No PP.



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    Just a quick snap with the 35mm in macro mode, heavily cropped but no other PP. ISO 500, f/11.



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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Right out of the box...jpegs...35/1.4...manual mode, around 8/250...no apologies for off-color... shot very early AM...very impressed with image quality...very sharp!
    Very nice Roy. Great color in the first shot.
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    Just a quick snap with the 35mm in macro mode, heavily cropped but no other PP. ISO 500, f/11.
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    Sapphie seems to have infinite patience.
    She loves it. Gently purrs in front of the camera. A real feline poser. Anyway, enough before I get arrested.

    Just sold my Pentax K5 and have a slight feeling of "seller's remorse" but no, it's ok, it was the right decision (for me at anyway) ... part of the sale could fund the 18mm ... tempting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Hi Jono

    Don't bother, you'd hate it! The camera is rubbish. Just trying to bring a sense of balance :-) That rape field shot (and the others I shot at the same time) is possibly the best one of that type I have done with digital. My Pentaxes tended to underexpose ... like they were blinded by the stuff.

    Yes, it can be hard can't it? Rain all day yesterday. More sun than showers today. Never enough time to get out and enjoy the camera(s). I am in the office too (clearly working hard!) but I guess without it I wouldn't be able to afford the camera(s).

    Cheers
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    Hi Lee
    I guess that's about it . . . I did manage to get out for an hour at lunchtime - some nice clouds.

    You're doing a grand job with that camera - and getting great results. As for hating the camera . . . . I doubt it, but it definitely falls between the twin stools of my M9 and the NEX7.

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    I guess that's about it . . . I did manage to get out for an hour at lunchtime - some nice clouds.

    You're doing a grand job with that camera - and getting great results. As for hating the camera . . . . I doubt it, but it definitely falls between the twin stools of my M9 and the NEX7.
    But for those who don't have an M9 and can't afford one, the Fuji looks like a fantastic option. There's a "subjective goodness" over the images that is hard to explain but is very attractive nonetheless. I wish I could trade in my semi-dysfunctional S5 for this one.
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    >There's a "subjective goodness" over the images that is hard to explain but is very attractive nonetheless.

    +1 and I am not a rangefinder person so the M9 is no option for me (besides the price).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    But for those who don't have an M9 and can't afford one, the Fuji looks like a fantastic option. There's a "subjective goodness" over the images that is hard to explain but is very attractive nonetheless. I wish I could trade in my semi-dysfunctional S5 for this one.
    I am a range finder guy but M9 is not an option for me for various reasons, monetary reason isn't one though.

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    This image was processed from a raw file in Silkypix with default parameter settings. Shot with XP1 and 35 1.4 at f/8. I downloaded the 30 day free trial of the latest version of SP (Mac) just to see what the raw files were like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    But for those who don't have an M9 and can't afford one, the Fuji looks like a fantastic option. There's a "subjective goodness" over the images that is hard to explain but is very attractive nonetheless. I wish I could trade in my semi-dysfunctional S5 for this one.
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    HI Jorgen
    Absolutely - I don't deny it - the images look fine (which is why I'm looking )
    I think it is not just for those who cannot afford (or are not willing to afford) an M9, but more also for those who prefer an a bit more modern camera compared to the M9, like the XP1 is - AF (even if slow it is better than NO AF and preferable at least for many to MF), much better high ISO capabilities, better handling of Moire, etc, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    This image was processed from a raw file in Silkypix with default parameter settings. Shot with XP1 and 35 1.4 at f/8. I downloaded the 30 day free trial of the latest version of SP (Mac) just to see what the raw files were like.

    Very nice, Carl!
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    Very nice, Carl!
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    Lovely shot Carl. Did you also shoot JPEG and were able to compare?

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    Lovely shot Carl. Did you also shoot JPEG and were able to compare?
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    Thanks Lee. Yes, I've been shooting raw+jpg and the jpegs are usually quite good, but the raws allow more control. This is particularly true for landscapes with large areas of blue sky. I found that trying to adjust exposure with jpegs would often lead to excessive cyan in the sky blues.
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    Very nice, soft pastel colors in this image.
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    Carl, The bridge shot is just fabulous!

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    The thing is, it's so easy, I just Point and Shoot ...



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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    What do you guys think of the 60? Really wanting one

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