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    My Fuji family is pretty complete now... Got my X-T1 last week and today my 10-24 arrived... Bit of fun while packing my bag for a shoot tomorrow... (not shot with a fuji X, but with a fujinon lens though (HC80) )
    XT-1 with grip
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    Portrait in my now very mini studio.
    Single Hensel upper right shot into a corner wall.
    The hidden wall to her right is the fill reflector.



    Used my X-E2 as am STILL waiting on my X-T1 order, sigh.
    At least I may get a light sealed T1!

    Manual focus with my Olympus 35mm Shift lens @ 2.8

    Used C1 for Raw processing, still not very pleased with Lightroom.
    I wish Phase would have native film sims for the Fuji's.
    And how about a manual setting for Croma and Fringe?
    Oh well; using the Astia ICC profile for film simulation.
    I really like it!

    Bloody Hell Nathan; Your buying Fujis so fast there's nothing left for the rest of us! What do you think of the Fuji Flashes? Worth picking one up?
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    Bloody Hell Nathan; Your buying Fujis so fast there's nothing left for the rest of us! What do you think of the Fuji Flashes? Worth picking one up?
    hehe... well I have had the X100 since a little while after they came out.. and that got me started... Got the X-pro 1 as soon as it came out and have been testing it out as a viable back-up 2nd system to my hasselblad instead of my canons the last two years. With the arrival of the X-T1 i believe I can ditch the canons for about 95% of the jobs where i would have used canon either instead of the hassy or with the hassy. The last bit of the puzzle I needed was a super wide angle, and the 10-24 delivers! One of my regular customers produces portacabins for all kinds of specialist areas and some are very small inside so I need wide angle... the 14(21) would just not cut it. (and my 28mm on the hassy is about the same fov as 21mm) I just today shot a very small cabin at 10mm and its just perfect.

    As for your question about the flashes... this is one area where Fuji needs to make improvements imo.
    I have the EF-42 and the EF-X20.
    The little EFX20 is a little gem of a flash with very nice output and great as a fill flash on the X-Pro1, but is somewhat handicapped by long recycle times partly due to the daft choice of AAA batteries... but its always in my bag just in case
    I got the EF-42 for when i want more power and want TTL. Its an OK flash, no more no less. It makes that good old squealing noise when recycling which os gone from most modern flashes and compared to my canon speedlights its not as powerful and doesnt have the same about of FEC available, only one stop up and down. Manual power is easy to control though. I am very used to manual flash so when I need more power I have my canons and of course my profotos for when I really need the power

    But it is cheap compared to the canons... I am just hoping Fuji come with a better built more powerful speedlight with more functions. i also want them to do away with the silly function that turns off the hot shoe when you are in one of the continuous drive modes... not something I use every day, but when i need a burst I need it...

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    More with the XT-1 and 56 f/1.2 ..... I love this lens!











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    Carlos, nicest shots of the Biltmore that I have seen in years. BTW, I thought you were a Nikon d800 man.

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    X-T1 + XF56/1.2


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    "Boys in the Boat". Our legendary UW Crew Team in action, from the 1936 Olympics to present....
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    Croissants and macaroons....X-T1 and 35 mm f/1.4



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    Hot Eight Brass Band, New Olreans (X-T1, 23 and 56)





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    New Olreans, X-T1 and 56 at Cafe Du Monde



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    X-T1, Bourbon Street, 23 and 56



















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    Ha, Dan, no, actually from attending a medical conference and strolling around. Thanks, my friend
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    A couple of my fujis that hardly get used anymore... shame coz they are great little cameras to have in the pocket... Shot with X-T1 and 35mm f1.4 wide open











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    Ashwin, you made it to one of my favorite cities in the United States. I hope you saw more than the tourist stuff on Bourbon in the French Quarter... there is so much more to New Orleans than the Bourbon Street area... unfortunately, that is what most people think of when they think of New Orleans. I was that way until I spent my first full week there exploring the city and surrounding areas. What I discovered was jaw-dropping and I fell in love with the place.
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    Hi Jim,
    This time, my time was so crowded by my medical conference duties that I only made it out shortly...but but but, like you, the city inspired me to want to explore more...I will need to pick your brain for the next time around, as I did get around a bit more of the French Quarter an wanted to wander for hours...not to mention the cemeteries, sleepy neighborhoods, bayou, etc...
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    Hi Jim,
    This time, my time was so crowded by my medical conference duties that I only made it out shortly...but but but, like you, the city inspired me to want to explore more...I will need to pick your brain for the next time around, as I did get around a bit more of the French Quarter an wanted to wander for hours...not to mention the cemeteries, sleepy neighborhoods, bayou, etc...
    New Orleans is a target rich city for photographers. I've made five or six trips for a week at a time and every time I find something new to photograph... and there is always different light, different weather, different time of year, etc.. and always good food, good people and great music.
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    A couple from a hike I took today in Henry Coe State Park.

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    Just got an X Pro1 and 35mm over the weekend, my first Fuji. A few from the morning walk, trying to figure things out.

    I'm very surprised at how much the 35 AF hunts, even in bright light. I shoot mostly street/candids, so this could be a challenge. I love the OVF, and the 35 framelines are just right. Also like the B&W output very much.

    Is the 35 typical of X AF speeds? Or are the newer X lenses faster? I was really hoping for a 50mm companion for my GR.

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    Finally got a chance to run a few images from the X-T1 through Lightroom 5.4. I'm liking the results so far.

    Had some family over yesterday, so they were my test subjects.

    My tired but happy wife, just after they all left. CV 75/2.5 Heliar @ 2.5:


    One reason she was so happy, and so tired. 56/1.2 @ 1.2:
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    Daddy and daughter 35/1.4:


    She wore him out too. CV 75/2.5 Heliar @ 2.5:


    Mom, on the other hand, seemed to weather it well. 56/1.2 @ 1.2:
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    I'm liking the B/W conversions of the X-T1 files as well:





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    Great family shots, Lloyd! I too have enjoyed BW conversion from the X-Trans sensor...
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    The local farmers association is celebrating 100 years this year so i am rushing around documenting as many as I can... Plan is to have a exhibition at the time of the jubilee
    Even though I have my hassy I feel that the Fujis are better suited to the darka dndusty environments I am going to be in... This was lit with one lupoled panel and available light.

    This is the first man of the project...

    X-T1 56 f1.2 iso 1000

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    Great portrait Nathan!

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    To paraphrase Richard III: "A cloud, a cloud, my kingdom for a cloud!!"

    After hiking down to shoot this and climbing back up I'm not sure that I'd do it again even if the clouds were there! (If you've ever been here you'll understand what I mean).

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    Nice even without clouds Graham. At least it's not too terribly hot this time of year, right?

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    Nice even without clouds Graham. At least it's not too terribly hot this time of year, right?
    I was plenty hot and bothered by the time I'd got back to the car
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    Graham,

    absolutely stunning shot! And great example for using the 10-24!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnW View Post
    Just got an X Pro1 and 35mm over the weekend, my first Fuji. A few from the morning walk, trying to figure things out.

    I'm very surprised at how much the 35 AF hunts, even in bright light. I shoot mostly street/candids, so this could be a challenge. I love the OVF, and the 35 framelines are just right. Also like the B&W output very much.

    Is the 35 typical of X AF speeds? Or are the newer X lenses faster? I was really hoping for a 50mm companion for my GR.

    John
    Did you check to see if the lens firmware is up to date? I don't have mine with me right now but I don't recall it hunting all that much. I'm sure someone here will comment though. In any case, welcome to the Fuji family! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    To paraphrase Richard III: "A cloud, a cloud, my kingdom for a cloud!!"

    After hiking down to shoot this and climbing back up I'm not sure that I'd do it again even if the clouds were there! (If you've ever been here you'll understand what I mean).

    False Kiva - Canyonlands NP
    X-T1, 10-24 1/60 f/11

    Headed to The Bisti Wilderness and Monument Valley this week.

    I am hopeing for clear skies at night for some wide field astrophotography with some unusual formations in the foreground and some clouds for daytime and sunrise/sunset work. First time there and The Bisti will be a challenge as there are no real trails or no good (marked photo areas) maps available.

    It seems most photographers keep those locations pretty close to the photo-vest.

    I will be taking the X-T1 along with the Pentax K5 IIs and an assortment of lenses for both... should be fun... not too hot and not too cold.
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    Jim

    I was there last week. The challenge I think is 1) finding the correct turn off, 2) walking off into the wilderness to find the interesting hoodoos which definitely are nowhere near the parking location.

    Laurent Martres gives some info in his Photographing the Southwest vol 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by fordfanjpn View Post
    Did you check to see if the lens firmware is up to date? I don't have mine with me right now but I don't recall it hunting all that much. I'm sure someone here will comment though. In any case, welcome to the Fuji family! ;-)

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    Thanks, Bill. Yes, the current kens and body firmware.

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    Graham, so glad that it's still there...incredible after all of these years...that it looks the same...here is my shot from 2007....shot with the original 5D

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    Nice shots and interesting to see how sensor technology (and lens quality) make a difference from the 5D to the X-T1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Nice shots and interesting to see how sensor technology (and lens quality) make a difference from the 5D to the X-T1.
    I would say its impossible to deduce anything from web sized pics about sensor tech and lens quality...

    That said, one thing that can be fun if you have raw files from older cams is to pull them up and redevelop them with todays software... you might just be surprised.

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    Shoot number two in my ongoing farmer project...

    X-T-1 56mm @ f2 - iso 1600

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    Great work, Nathan.
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    and another this time with the 10-24 10mm @f4.5 iso 2500 1/40s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Great work, Nathan.
    Thanks Lloyd! Gonna be a lot of hard work, but fun none the less...

    Here is another, Father, son and lamb...
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    What a location for a shoot! (with people) I love living in the sticks, but then I miss out on locations like this...

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    What a location for a shoot! (with people) I love living in the sticks, but then I miss out on locations like this...
    You should see it at night! It's an elevated railway viaduct near me.
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