XT-1 / 35 Summilux:
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X-T1 with Leica 50/1.4 ASPH. Click for larger.
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X-T1 and Noct f/0.95...Brad, looks like we were there a day apart...
X-T1 and 56
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X-T1 and 14
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X-T1 and 55-200 (a sharp lens)
X-T1 and 23:
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Ashwin, is there any lens you don't have?:-)
I agree the Fujinon 55-200mm zoom is very sharp, I have no hesitation using it wide open and the OIS is super too. Actually on the X-T1 with the focus check magnification on and continuous IS it makes a great substitute for a stabilised monocular, looking through the EVF.
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Talking of the 55-200....
My wife is studying at uni to become a teacher, with arts and crafts as her specialty... so she has just knitted this hat and needed some pics for her folder... so a quick fotoshoot in the garden...
Pretty sharp wide open but stopped down just a nadgers it really shines....
X-Pro1, 55-200 wide open 200mm iso800
same again but stopped down to f6.4
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and whilst eating breakfast this morning a Woodpecker popped by outside the window... x-Pro1 55-200 200mm wide open 1/200 iso 800 and shot through tripleglazing with winter grime... not bad!
(shot before enough coffee so my brain still thought it was 2013... hence the wrong date on the sig...)
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Driving home from a commercial shoot today I had to stop the van and pull out my always with me X-Pro1 and the 23mm f1.4
(thats my house on the right )
ISO 640, f10 1/550
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And another angle...
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Fuji X-T1, 56mm 1.2
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Lovely images Steve. Can't wait to get that lens, but I wont be producing work like that unfortunately
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Mike, Steve, it's beginning to feel like the Leica forum here haha....great to see your stuff, and Steve, I agree with Mike that your work with the 56 shines!
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Fantastic diversity, Nathan! Great shots, colors, etc....
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I have a thing about roads... (The biker in me just cant help it) So shot this on my way one from one shoot to the next today...
X-Pro1 55-200 @55 f9 iso 400 1/180 polarising filter... developed in Aperture for a change... I swapped from Aperture to Lightroom i 2009, and never looked back.. seeing as 99% of my paid work includes people then I dont see any issues with lightroom's treatment of x-trans files... but on shots with lots of microdetails lightroom is sometimes wanting...
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X100 in b&w mode.
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XT-1 and kit lens:
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I put this lens on the X-T1 today just to try a test shot at the office. I paid $15 for it at a camera show flea-market about 4 years ago. Not bad for a lens made in 1967. The X-T1 focus peaking makes critical focus so much easier. I'll have to try this again with focus stacking and see how it looks. It's pretty obvious the focus point was on the H. Could have stopped down a bit more if there had been more light in the office.
This is not a crop.. just re-sized for the web. You can still find these lenses on ebay but the price has gone up quite a bit since legacy glass is once again being used on modern cameras like the X-T1 and M43 systems.
Minolta MC Rokkor 50mm F3.5 Macro On the X-T1
A wonderful set of ' Steve's ' images.
On the road again...
Fuji X-Pro1 23mm in camera pano with a splash of lightroom magic...
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My nephew, one of the top baseball prospects in the state. (Sadly, I had to shoot through the chain link fence.)
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Lloyd, maybe a bit belated but congrats for the XT-1. I am so glad to see you posting again.
Have missed your pic posts.
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Thanks Rayyan. Much appreciated.
Folks, thanks for the ' likes '.
On the island we were on, there was nothing but mostly the sea!!
and the sky.
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And "Wow!" The wow part is obvious.
Things I sell: Stock photography by Jorgen Udvang at Alamy
From X100 I used to own...
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Alone is want we wanted to be..I mean three would really be a crowd..
Could watch the corals and the fish from inside our room..
suited me fine. I did not need a tan.
Amazing. Ok, where is this place Rayyan?
Had to go to Petsmart tonight to pick up some pet supplies for the cats and stumbled upon this associate in the store with an unusual adornment on her head. Terrible store lighting but worth the shot anyway. A little more depth of field would have been better but just got the 56 so I had to shoot it wide open. Sent copies to her.