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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I did some night work with the X Pro2 and 14mm this week. This is the processed image:



    This is the image out of the camera:



    It handles highlights and shadows very nicely.
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    Hello,
    Could you let me know what DR setting you used?
    Havenít let you know how much I have enjoyed your posts since I returned to the x-pro2 a few weeks ago after 2 years of Olympus mft. I now have to rebuild my collection of lenses which I sold off when switching. I do wish Fuji had a travel zoom as good as the Olympus 20-40mm f2.8. I may have had a bad example, but my Fuji 18-55 didnít give very nice IQ.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

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    Hello,
    Could you let me know what DR setting you used?
    Havenít let you know how much I have enjoyed your posts since I returned to the x-pro2 a few weeks ago after 2 years of Olympus mft. I now have to rebuild my collection of lenses which I sold off when switching. I do wish Fuji had a travel zoom as good as the Olympus 20-40mm f2.8. I may have had a bad example, but my Fuji 18-55 didnít give very nice IQ.
    Regards and thanks for your fine images
    Thank you.

    I am just using the DR 100 setting.

    When using a tripod, which is not often (although I should use one more, like with the alleyway shot above) I set my ISO to 200, although I am thinking of experimenting with ISO 100. Most of what I post here is with auto ISO limited to a maximum of 1600. I occasionally will go above that all the way to 12,800 if light is really marginal.

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    Thank you, Will
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    The Colors of Summer


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    Bee in flight, X-T3, XF 80/2.8

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    XF10

    It kind of reminded me of the old ZZ Top song: They've got legs, but they don't know how to use them. (Hint: they go below the torso.)
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    CONTACT! XT-3, 100-400, Astia preset

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    CONTACT! XT-3, 100-400, Astia preset


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    X Pro2, XF 50mm, f/2.
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    X Pro2 and XF14mm
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    X Pro2, XF14
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    X Pro2, XF50.

    This is a really quiet thread...
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    Will, let's wake it up ( the thread a little )


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    XF10, cropped to 2:1.
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    Adult tern feeding its chick - X-T3, 100-400.

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    One of my best bird photos this year. A bar-tailed godwit in flight, taken at RSPB Pagham Harbour last week. X-T3, 100-400. I'm amazed the camera locked on to the bird even though it was flying against vegetation in the background.

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    X Pro2, XF50
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    XF10
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    When in Chicago...



    The Cloud Gate (AKA the Bean) is just a fun sculpture.

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    The Cloud Gate in Chicago. X Pro2, xf50.
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    The Bean part 3. XF10.

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    X-T3, 100-400

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    jaw dropping on my part too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archiM44 View Post
    jaw dropping on my part too!
    Great opportunity but also a great camera and lens which didn't let me down.

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    XF10
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    X Pro2, XF50
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    London central skyline showing the recently completed 22 Bishopsgate, the 'new' tower of London.

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    X Pro2, XF50
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    X-H1,18-55mm
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    Thorkil, Lloyd, Will...thank you

    Looking through a doorway....


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    Thanks guys

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    Repurposed Ringer



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    I enjoy looking at all these great photos! From nature up-close to the creative reflections and realities of urbanization. Great stuff!!
    Here's a quick snap made with the X100T from a recent trip to Alabama.

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    Gulf Fritillary


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    The sign by the man's head says, "We could really use a miracle."

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    Bo Lynn's Grocery has been in continuous operation in St. Marks, Florida since 1936 when it was opened by J. T. "Bo" Lynn. "Miss Joy" Brown has owned and operated this grocery since 1965. Bo Lynn's Grocery was inducted into the National Register of Historic Places on February 14, 2017. It received flood damage from Hurricane Michael as much of the area did in October 2018, but it was back in business in no time. I live a short drive from St. Marks and spend more time at the NWR than in the tiny town itself. Photographed with the fantastic Fuji X100T.
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    Red, Green & Blue



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    X Pro2, XF50
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    Do you use Capture One to deal with the X-Trans files? I sure like how they render.

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    I use Lightroom for pp. I do have C1, but stopped upgrading at v9 bc I simply do not have the time to devote to the learning curve.
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    Stellar shot there Will! Love the message and the color!
    Darr, thank you. And that is the mystery of photography for me. Had it been at any other time, the elements would not have been there. Naturally, you need to see it as well; it was definitely a double-take moment. The funny things is I have no reason to suppose that I will ever find another interesting image. Yet, you put yourself out there and the magic just seems to appear, it least if you are open to it. Photography is less about taking pictures as it is about finding gifts.

    Naturally, it helps that there are creative people in the world making fun stickers...
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    Hi Joel,

    I use Lightroom for pp. I do have C1, but stopped upgrading at v9 bc I simply do not have the time to devote to the learning curve.
    I also like the use of catalogs in Lightroom, but need to see if C1 is using them now.

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    I am not sure if you know that C1 has a free Fujifilm edition. I am not sure it has the catalog functionality, but it does handle X-Trans files nicely. The C1 catalog system I am not sure I like--I just put images in my own folder system and use Adobe Bridge to find them.

    I am at a bit of a crossroads. I have to update my computer system in the next year or so, but I really want a RAW processor that handles both X-Trans and Pentax medium-format files--C1 still does not support the Pentax 645D and 645Z. My original research suggests Adobe does not handle X-Trans very well and so I went to Irident Developer to convert to TIFF and then process in Photoshop. I understand that worms and other artifacts are an issue with Adobe. How do you feel about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I am not sure if you know that C1 has a free Fujifilm edition. I am not sure it has the catalog functionality, but it does handle X-Trans files nicely. The C1 catalog system I am not sure I like--I just put images in my own folder system and use Adobe Bridge to find them.

    I am at a bit of a crossroads. I have to update my computer system in the next year or so, but I really want a RAW processor that handles both X-Trans and Pentax medium-format files--C1 still does not support the Pentax 645D and 645Z. My original research suggests Adobe does not handle X-Trans very well and so I went to Irident Developer to convert to TIFF and then process in Photoshop. I understand that worms and other artifacts are an issue with Adobe. How do you feel about that?
    Will,
    I have only used LR for my Fuji files so I have no other RAW processor to compare it to. I do remember hearing the worm like pattern appearing when sharpening and/or over sharpening occurred with some files. I hardly ever sharpen, so it never has been an issue for me. With a few recent LR updates, the chatter is now saying Adobe fixed the issue. I did a quick google search and here is an article written by a LR user that goes into detail about it further. Also, I print with ImagePrint and when my Fuji files need to up-res sometimes as high as 25%, I have no problems with resolution. IMO Fuji is a fantastic camera system.

    I have been using LR since v.1 when I was invited to be a beta tester. I have tried C1 when I got my P45 back, but stayed with LR while I was trying to teach myself C1. Then I bought the Hasselblad CFV-50c back and C1 does not support it, so I stopped using C1. LR works seamlessly with PS for many corrections I make, so it has been my main post-processing tool for over ten years now.

    My LR catalog goes all the way back to the 1980s as I digitize my old film library in my spare time. I honestly cannot be as productive as I am without the catalog system LR has in place, plus it handles my CFV-50c RAW files just fine. I will be happy to answer any questions about LR you may have (I use to teach LR in the classroom).

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    XP2, XF23
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    XP2, XF23
    What a great series!
    I was married to an airline pilot for 20+ years and looked out of a lot of airplane windows (even sat in the cockpit a bunch of times), but I never saw what you see Will.
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    This is a stereo pair. If you cross your eyes and fuse the left and right images, you will see a 3-D rendering.

    And this is only possible with photographs. While clues like overlapping objects, aerial haze, red to blue shift in color, and motion parallax would give perspective or the illusion of depth looking out of an airplane window, the parallax from your eyes that allows you to see depth, called stereopsis, at close distance does not work with objects so far away. The only way to do that is increase the left and right view points by allowing the aircraft to travel and taking two image like these.
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

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    This is a stereo pair. If you cross your eyes and fuse the left and right images, you will see a 3-D rendering.

    And this is only possible with photographs. While clues like overlapping objects, aerial haze, red to blue shift in color, and motion parallax would give perspective or the illusion of depth looking out of an airplane window, the parallax from your eyes that allows you to see depth, called stereopsis, at close distance does not work with objects so far away. The only way to do that is increase the left and right view points by allowing the aircraft to travel and taking two image like these.
    VERY NICE!

    How did you get two airplanes to take pictures simultaneously?
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    Lightning strike during a night flight.



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