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    Digging through old images. Lightroom works better with these things than it used to.

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    XT-1 / 90mm Elmarit-M

    There might have been some glass between myself and subject....


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    Newly minted Fuji X owner.

    Got a question.

    Is there a Sigma to Fuji X adapter out there ?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    Newly minted Fuji X owner.

    Got a question.

    Is there a Sigma to Fuji X adapter out there ?

    Thanks in advance.
    Here you go !

    Sigma SA mount lens to Fujifilm X-Pro1 Mount Adapter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulyss Bowman View Post
    Thanks Hulyss.

    Doesn't say whether it maintains the AF ?

    I would imagine not.

    I would like to consider the 18-35 Art on the X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    Thanks Hulyss.

    Doesn't say whether it maintains the AF ?

    I would imagine not.

    I would like to consider the 18-35 Art on the X.
    Looks like a passive adapter. The 18-35mm (PK mount) lacks an aperture ring, don't know about the Sigma mount. BTW....the lens is a beast, very heavy.

    That may matter to you......maybe not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Looks like a passive adapter. The 18-35mm (PK mount) lacks an aperture ring, don't know about the Sigma mount. BTW....the lens is a beast, very heavy.

    That may matter to you......maybe not.

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    Thanks. It does not support the AF.

    It is a heavy lens but the image quality is spectacular.

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    Sunset









    Shot on the X-T1 with the 23mm and the 55-200mm.
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    From a shoot today.. bit of behind the scenes selfy fun...
    X-T1 56mm profoto lighting

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    Nice one Nathan. She already looks good. You make her look even better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Nice one Nathan. She already looks good. You make her look even better.
    You have such a way with words Lloyd

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    XT-1 / 50mm Summilux:



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    Street musician at Eastern Market in Detroit
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    Ron, great pic of "Efay" - a fine drummer, adds a lot to the market on Saturdays. Few of mine from yesterday, fooling around with some presets:

    20140802-002-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

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    20140802-011-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

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    Thanks Mike! I got one of these guys too ...


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    My Fuji 60mm Macro was collecting dust.

    Had to put it to some work; so went outside in 45 degrees and photographed some pots and plants. The dried leaves were a reminder of happier and much less warmer days.

    The lens is slow...very slow. But such nice color rendering and oof areas. I shall retain it for slow paced photography...






    This one shot under my bedside lamp...


    This one with the 35/1.4...the leaves just withered away under the heat outside.


    Oh!, I do love using the Fuji.
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    Was on a shoot on a boat today, had to take five mins to shoot the skipper...

    X-T1 56mm f2.5 with 6 stop ND and profoto lighting

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    and another, f2 and natural light this time


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    i guess it's true - profoto light really is that good. which modifier, if you don't mind?
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    Probably my favorite location modifier, the 3 foot octabox. I use it alot gridded, but this was ungridded

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    One from today
    X-T1 XF56mm f1.2 @ f7.1 Profoto gridded 3ft octabox window light and a smoke machine


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    Nice images Nathan, and congrats on a nice Fuji blog!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swissblad View Post
    Nice images Nathan, and congrats on a nice Fuji blog!
    Thanks glad you like it

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    Northville, Michigan
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    XT-1 / 90mm Elmarit-M





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    OK, folks. Here we go with some landscapes.

    Scotland. X-Pro1 & 18 mm

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    Some more Scotland. Edinburgh.

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    X-M1 | XF 27

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    Time to try posting some pix as well.....taken earlier this week.

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    And another from the same outing

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    I just got an X-M1, mainly because I've missed waist-level street shooting with the Nex 7 since switching to Fuji. I still have the Sony, but definitely prefer the Fuji BW output.

    I tried the X-M1 with the 35, but didn't like the handling much, so I bought a used 27, and they make a very nice combo. A few first shots as I learn the camera.

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    Nice set there John and well timed as I also have been looking at the X-M1 purely for the articulated screen. I may well push the button now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    Nice set there John and well timed as I also have been looking at the X-M1 purely for the articulated screen. I may well push the button now.
    Mine was unused and came from a kit from which Adorama took the zoom. It's amazing that you can get an X-Trans camera for so little. Rumor has it that the X-Pro 2 will have a flip screen, but I didn't want to wait.

    There are some compromises--notably no physical manual focus switch. I miss that.

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    Playing with the 12mm Touit -

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    I purchased the Novoflex adapter and have been using an ancient Nikon f/1.4 wide open on the Fuji. It handles the focusing well, the lens is deliciously soft. I will say this about the Fuji lenses, they seem to be Pro quality as sharp as my Pro Nikon gear. It is a very nice rig and quite light weight. Three lenses and the camera weigh in at 3 lbs.
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    Florida, Fuji XT1 with 50mm F/1.4 S lens

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    All in a night's work...er.. fun.
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    The property on which this old, dead, Oak Tree stands is that of a Mr. Stringer. The location is about six miles from Valley Mills, Texas. I received permission to photograph it after dark on his ranch and did so on August 17, 2014 using the Fuji X-T1 and the 18mm f/2.0. This was an 15 second exposure.




    The tree itself is quite amazing in that its circumference at the base has to be about 20 to 30 feet if not greater. It is huge. That would indicate this old tree has been standing for well over 200 years while growing and probably standing about 50 years in its current state. Trees in Texas do not grow as big as those in other parts of the country so with that in mind, you can imagine how very old this tree was when it finally gave up the ghost. Why did it die? I have no idea. It could have been from disease, drought, pest or something else entirely.

    It was a pleasure to photograph it. Coyotes yipping in the distance and a cool Southwest breeze blowing away the 102 degree high of the day. I packed up my camera gear around 12:30 AM and made it back home in Dallas at 3:30 in the morning. Yes, very tired today but happy to have crossed paths with this old tree and a beautiful night sky.
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    Very effective combination of the sky's depth and expanse, the setting sun (or is it another light source?), and the texture of the tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    Very effective combination of the sky's depth and expanse, the setting sun (or is it another light source?), and the texture of the tree.
    The light is the light pollution from a town about 10 miles away... in this case it actually added to the photo. Below is a shot that I like even better. This one without the light painting and the clouds were just beginning to roll in. The stars are still visible in this one. A friend of mine viewed this earlier today a commented that it had a 3D look to it.

    The old Oak tree standing watch like a sentinel.

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    I prefer this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Radcliffe View Post
    The light is the light pollution from a town about 10 miles away... in this case it actually added to the photo. Below is a shot that I like even better. This one without the light painting and the clouds were just beginning to roll in. The stars are still visible in this one. A friend of mine viewed this earlier today a commented that it had a 3D look to it.

    The old Oak tree standing watch like a sentinel.


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    I think both are interesting. The second one is from a slightly different angle and so obscures the telephone pole visible in the first one. To me, it also flattens the dimensionality of the earth-bound elements (trees, ground) and so relatively enhances the depth of the sky. I like silhouettes so that the second one is quite effective.

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    XT-1 and 56mm

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    X-T1 35mm

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    X-T1 56mm ND 1.8 Profoto with magnum reflector. (each shot is done in one shot, NOT a composite)




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