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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Hi

    Here is the same as image uploaded last week in B&W.
    Fuji X-pro iso 1600 f2.8 1/640 90mm

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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Those are terrific, Don. Love the processing too.

    Quote Originally Posted by tbhv55 View Post
    +1... both great, Streetshooter - but the second one wins for me!
    Thank ya's kindly. The Fuji's are great cameras and just make the experience a pleasure.

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    San Francisco's Día De Los Muertos (Day Of The Dead) 2013 - a couple shots now, more shots later.









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    21/2.8 Elmarit-M on X-E1


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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    To those posting images from the 14mm, maybe there is a case to be made for having a separate 'Fun with ...' thread?

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    In the garden with the 55-200. I have been posting images on the 55-200 thread with no notice or reaction...so I'll try a few here.
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    In the garden with the 55-200...flowers.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Very nice. I'm certainly tempted to give that lens a try.

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    I supposed a separate thread would work, but I'd rather not see it. Hard enough to follow all the threads we have now. I'd rather see those shots stay here, and even have the X-E1 and the X1 Pro threads combined. Just easier to see it all in one place, and we don't get that much traffic on the Fuji threads as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I supposed a separate thread would work, but I'd rather not see it. Hard enough to follow all the threads we have now. I'd rather see those shots stay here, and even have the X-E1 and the X1 Pro threads combined. Just easier to see it all in one place, and we don't get that much traffic on the Fuji threads as is.
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    I needed some quiet. So Ayesha and me took a table. Had some coffee.
    Argued a lot. And came home to live happily ever after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I needed some quiet. So Ayesha and me took a table. Had some coffee.
    Argued a lot. And came home to live happily ever after.
    Rayyan: Very nice and moody, nice colors as well, like it a lot!
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    XE1 15mm Heliar

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    Really nice work, Don.

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    Really nice work, Don.
    Don: Big + 1!
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Lloyd, Hermann,
    Thank ya kindly. I can't express other than photos how much I enjoy the XP1 and XE1 with the Voigtlander glass. I know, I know I've said things like this before....but this time, it's the real thing....

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    Don, one quick question. How do you deal with the vignetting on the 15? I love that lens, but can't seem to adjust it enough to get rid of the blue corners on the X-Pro1.

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    Rayyan: Very nice and moody, nice colors as well, like it a lot!
    Hello Hermann.

    Thanks for visiting.

    Thanks also to the other friends for their ' likes '.

    Best regards.

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    The more I want to budget for the super duper do all, remind all, all encompassing Nikon Df; my wife discovers places to waste away my savings..

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    More Day Of The Dead...







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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    One test with a MinoltaIII macro bellow with MC-Rokkor 55mm 1.7 in front.



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    A couple from my first outing with my new 14mm, both processed in Photo Ninja. Just for a change the sun came out on a Sunday ...





    What a lovely lens. I think I need to 're-learn' how to use the distance scale in manual focus mode for maximising depth of field but it's great to have that choice with the distance scale engraved on the lens.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Don, one quick question. How do you deal with the vignetting on the 15? I love that lens, but can't seem to adjust it enough to get rid of the blue corners on the X-Pro1.
    Lloyd,
    I do a lot of B&W so I wouldn't be bothered by that but I don't recall any issues in my color files. I use LR5+. I'll be shooting that lens a lot today at events and will check the files. I'll post a few shots for study.
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    Thanks Don. BTW, which adapter are you using?

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Lloyd, I use the Fuji. I tested 12 for a review . Only the Fuji mounts a lens like a M camera. The rest have slight movement and that is a no no.

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    Thanks Don. I use the Fuji as well. I do have a mount for Nikkor lenses on the Fuji that seems to work well, but otherwise I've not been impressed.

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    More from the Day of The Dead night.





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    B&W images with 35 and 55-200.
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    Color images with 35 and 55-200
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    55-200/XE-1
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    Bought and returned a fuji X-E1 last Christmas. Just got back into it because of the low used price. Still not happy but with the raw processing in LR, but it's just a joy to shoot with these X cameras.

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by bmacw View Post
    Bought and returned a fuji X-E1 last Christmas. Just got back into it because of the low used price. Still not happy but with the raw processing in LR, but it's just a joy to shoot with these X cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmacw View Post
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    ... but it's just a joy to shoot with these X cameras.

    Exactly!!!

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    I might be on a restricted diet; but one can always enjoy and experience the sight, smell and texture of herbs and spices...

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    In to the moonlight with XPro-1 and 14mm.















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    Good stuff, Trygve.
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    Trygve, what ISO setting were you using for those shots... and what amount of PP and noise reduction.. if any?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    Trygve, what ISO setting were you using for those shots... and what amount of PP and noise reduction.. if any?
    Jim, the ISO on all pictures was 640. Raw files prosessed in Capture One ( small adjustment in low level and the neutral clarity. Then imported to photoshop cs4 and prosessed with Nik Raw sharpner ( low iso mode) and resized before save to web. No noise reduction in any prosess.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I sold my X1 Pro, but I actually regret that now. That camera produced some of the best photographs! Recently, a two page photo of a landscape I took with a X1 was published by a travel magazine. This magazine's reputation has been built on it's use of high end photography, so wasn't sure it would impress the production editor. The detail and rendering have colors, and micro contrast that I just haven't experienced with other digital cameras. The compact size is equally impressive, and the countdown timer is just plain cool! The editor obviously liked the photo!

    Here's a few from the X1
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    One more from yesterday evening with brown/blue bw filter in Capture One.
    XPro1 with 14mm. ISO640, F5, 10s.



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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Lloyd,

    I love the LR version...beautiful!
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    Thanks a lot friends for the ' likes '.

    Let's call this one the hat..not Harrison Ford's but my wife's!!


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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E1

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I might be on a restricted diet; but one can always enjoy and experience the sight, smell and texture of herbs and spices...

    very nice, Rayyan..!
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    Thank you, John. Much appreciated.

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