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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    LOL!
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    Spanish Moss, Live Oaks & Palm Trees
    Fuji XT-1 + Zeiss Touit 12mm f/2.8

    "Creativity takes courage." ~ Henri Matisse
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    Juniper Tree - Monument Valley

    This is another shot of a Juniper Tree.. similar to one I posted several weeks ago.

    I finally had a little free time to work on this photo I took in Monument Valley. While most people were taking photos of the buttes and wide vistas I thought I would shoot something that was living in this harsh environment.

    Shot with the Fuji X-T1 and 18-55mm kit lens. Post in Lightroom and final tweaks in Photoshop CS6. Oh, shot as JPG. Still not using RAW for the X-T1... or any of my X cameras.

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    Fuji xe1 and xf35mm

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    I have a thing about roads....



    X-T1 10-24 @10mm

    Jpeg! (burn the heretic!!!!)
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I have a thing about roads....

    Jpeg! (burn the heretic!!!!)
    As Martha Stewart would say..... "it's a good thing."
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    Today the King of Norway came to Surnadal... at the end of a long day of photographing the event I was lucky enough to be invited onto the royal yacht to photograph the guests arriving for a dinner on the yacht... We were ferried to and from the yacht in grand style... Here is one of my fave shots of the day...
    X-T1 and the 10-24
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    A Road That Goes Forever..

    Everyone takes the shot of the road going into Monument Valley. Yeah, I shot that as well... but here is a shot of the road leading out of Monument Valley and it goes forever... Nathan you ought to like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan W. Lediard View Post
    I have a thing about roads....
    That's okay. I have a thing about benches.
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    Sunset in the Bisti Wilderness

    I arrived late and did not have enough time to explore during daylight hours to find that "perfect" location. As the sun began to set I figured I might as well shoot what was before me rather than search for a better place to shoot. The bird in the hand was chosen rather than the two in the bush. Next time I will spend the day exploring and marking locations to be better prepared.

    You can read more about the Bisti Wilderness here.

    Fuji X-T1 and 18-55mm

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    XT-1 / 50 Summilux:









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    Haven't had too much chance to play with the X-T1 yet... But here's a shot taken with the C Sonnar 1,5/50 ZM wide open. Oh, YES.

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    A few from this week. X-Pro / xf 35. - John







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    More with the C Sonnar 1,5/50 ZM - with a regular, off-the-shelf polarizer.





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    We should rename this thread to "Way Too Much Fun with the Fuji X..."

    Turns out, the Voigtländer 21mm f/1.8 Ultron makes a real snazzy 32mm lens, and its close focusing of .5m (as opposed to most Leica M lenses minimum of .7m) comes into its own on the Fuji X-T1... All but the second one wide open (at f/1.8) - that one was at f/4.







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    Hi Ron

    Great shot, as usual. I am wondering how you are focusing the 14mm - auto or manual and if the latter are you focusing near infinity or trying some hyper-focal technique using the engravings on the lens?

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    XT-1 / 21 Zeiss ZM f/2.8:





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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Hi Ron

    Great shot, as usual. I am wondering how you are focusing the 14mm - auto or manual and if the latter are you focusing near infinity or trying some hyper-focal technique using the engravings on the lens?

    Lee
    Thanks Lee! What I usually do, as in the photo above, is lock the focus on a particular point, then recompose. I believe I focused on one of the trees.
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    My M240 is very jealous at the amount of time I'm spending with this camera....

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    upload von oliverleschke auf Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    My M240 is very jealous at the amount of time I'm spending with this camera....
    Same here, Mike! LOL. But I was determined to play with both the MM and X-T1 yesterday so they'd get along better.

    Lovely photos!
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    This one's for Dave. Shot with the Leica Tele-Elmar-M 135mm f/4 on the X-T1.

    I don't want to flood this thread with sample photos; you can find more here: Sample Photos - M Lenses on Fuji X Cameras

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    Olli I looove your beagle shot

    sander-like, a canine version of the three farmers
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCTuomey View Post
    Olli I looove your beagle shot
    Me too, and simply and beautifully presented if I may say so.

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    Three from Memorial Day....

    It was raining, muggy and I was bored so I decided to find something to shoot indoors at an antique store I visit now and then...

    These African masks caught my eye...


    Then there was this old German faucet (which I shot some time ago but in B&W) decided to shoot it again.. they moved it into a darker corner.


    And last was this set of decorative duck thingys... I just liked the play of light on them..


    So much for my Memorial Day.. by the way, my grandfather fought for the British in WWI, My father was on the Missouri during WWII. I am a Vietnam era Vet from the Air Force. Lost three friends in Vietnam... I did not forget. I do take Memorial Day seriously... just wanted to get out and shoot.
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    Bar shots (Two James, Detroit, after a couple mint juleps) -

    20140524-030-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

    20140524-035-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

    20140524-038-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

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    Freshly planted Asiatic Lily, shot with the Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH lens on the X-T1... Wide open at f/0.95. Velvia film sim.



    This one's at MFD...

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    The Leica Elmarit-M 90mm f/2.8 makes a killer 135mm equivalent lens that feels so right on the camera. Shot at f/4. Ridiculously sharp.



    Last edited by Double Negative; 28th May 2014 at 12:41. Reason: Added a second photo
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    I recently took a family trip with an older Fuji P&S as I did not want to be bothered with gear...should have thrown it away a long time ago....

    So I added a X-M1 and the 18 F 2 for those kind of outings....


    Here is a look at a couple of quick snaps from the combo...and it looks like the green muddle is a thing of the past.


    Fuji X-M1 18 F2 LR Astia Present










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    Bob, what converter (workflow) did you use for 'summer green"? Looks good on my monitor.
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    LR with the Astia Preset....


    Yes even at 100% there seems to be little artifacts....


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    Evergreen Plantation, Louisiana

    Fuji X-E1 650nm IR, 1/15 f/16 ISO 200
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    Oak Alley Plantation

    X-T1 ISO 200 f/10 1/15s 55-200
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I have an eclectic collection of old stuff that strikes my fancy. When not working on the computer I work at this Oak and Maple Hamilton Drafting Table made in the 1930s. The lantern on the left is from the 1920s. The vintage Bakelite Carom Balls are from the early 1900s and there's a lot of other stuff you can't see in this photo, all of it much older than me. I like old things. I sometimes wonder how many owners the old desk had before I found it. How many times the old warning lantern was used due to accidents on what passed for highways back in the 1920s. All in all, I sometimes just like to look at this stuff in the soft glow of a lamp late at night trying to imagine how many different people had owned or used it before it came into my possession... and knowing that it will still be around even after I am gone.

    Fuji X-T1 - 18-55mm Shot as JPG

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    ^ Well that's just stellar, Jim! Both the story and photo.

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    Jim,

    Your photo is beautiful. Excellent use of light.
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    Your photo is beautiful. Excellent use of light.
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    Thanks, Howard. I am finally going through old boxes of stuff I had in storage and pulling out some of the cool stuff I have collected over the years.. some of it has been in storage for over 20 years... nice to see it all again in a space (finally) just for me.

    The light is a cheap desktop halogen from iKea.. works well for lighting various still life shots.. just wish it was dimmable.
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    Get a corded dimmer switch - it goes inline with the lamp and outlet and has a 4' or so cord with a dimmer switch at the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Get a corded dimmer switch - it goes inline with the lamp and outlet and has a 4' or so cord with a dimmer switch at the end.
    No, won't work.. this is a wallmount xfmr, low voltage halogen.. don't want to risk using a dimmer such as that for something it was not designed for. Cheap iKea lamp my son used in college... I plan on replacing it with a true desk work lamp from the 1930s or 40s. It's already out of place with all that other stuff.
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    XT-1









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    XT-1 / 90mm Elmarit-M





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    Late start for church today so I went for an early morning ride with the X-M1...


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    A few more from the ride....



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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post

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    This is lovely, Bob.

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    Thanks Mike,

    It was an afterthought...I looked at it and thought who dropped that on the steps...then went back and took an exposure. Really turned out better than I expected.

    Serendipity is priceless....


    Regards,

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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I was in NYC last week and stayed in Williamsburg (Brooklyn) with my son.

    Took a walk down to the river......this one stood out for me.



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    Nice separation of subject from the background without giving up the essence of the city. 56/1.4?
    Ylem ...

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    Graham.......the 55-200mm......

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