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    A photographic exhibition of holocaust survivors at the National World War I Memorial in Kansas City.



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    Very nicely done.


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    A photographic exhibition of holocaust survivors at the National World War I Memorial in Kansas City.



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    Planet KC



    Although you will not be able to tell, XP2 and an adapted M-Rokkor 90mm, f/4--it gives very pretty star bursts.
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    Griff Mill, abandoned Victorian textile mill near Stanbury, West Yorkshire Fuji X-T, Fujifilm 16-55/2.8

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    XP2, XF14
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    A small waterfall on Ponden Beck, a stream which flows from the high moor in West Yorkshire down to the valley below. The water is a dark colour, almost the colour of a good stout, due to the peat through which it flows. I didn't have an ND filter or tripod with me so I set the iso to L on the X-t3, the aperture to f14 and the speed down to 1/8 on the XF 18-55. This demonstrates that with care the OIS on the lens works very well handheld.

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    I have this hypothesis: people sit in rooms that match the color of their clothing. For supporting evidence, also see the image above...

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    National Gallery of Art (the two above are from the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City). XP2, XF14.
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    Thanks folks


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    The alpha fox of this year's pack on my wall at daybreak - I think he has now pushed his siblings out of the territory and is perhaps surveying his kingdom.

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    Went to the KC Japan festival last week--I was giving a presentation. It was a really fun festival, showing the very best of Japanese culture!



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    XP2, 23mm, f/2. Cornucopia festival, Kansas City
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    XP2, 23mm f/2. Washington DC
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    Re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    I love it, best laugh this morning!!

    I also get a smile out of your user name. For some reason - it's like a mind-worm I think - every time I see your user name I think: 写真を取っている weird I know!! Some long lost grammar class I think.

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    Thanks folks

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    Like I said repeatedly, one lens is enough for me...a 50mm or its equivalent.

    Here is the Fuji 35/1.4...



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    I picked up a Fuji X-T3 kit for travel and walkabout shooting after selling off my m43 Olympus kit and Leica M. Now will be primarily using the GFX 50R and X-T3.

    A couple of shots taken today at the local farmers market on the waterfront with X-T3 and 18-55 lens. Surprised at how good the OIS is on this lens. Both shots handheld at f/11 and ISO 160 and the market stalls shot was 1/8 sec.



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    I picked up a Fuji X-T3 kit for travel and walkabout shooting after selling off my m43 Olympus kit and Leica M. Now will be primarily using the GFX 50R and X-T3.

    A couple of shots taken today at the local farmers market on the waterfront with X-T3 and 18-55 lens. Surprised at how good the OIS is on this lens. Both shots handheld at f/11 and ISO 160 and the market stalls shot was 1/8 sec.
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    I only can applaud this decision! I shot the X-T2 and was very happy with it and the X-T3 must just be so much better! The 18-55 was my most loved Fuji lens, small, light, but always delivered excellent IQ.

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    Mucking around with in camera pano production on the XT-3...not bad!
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    Having fun at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.







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    Just playing with some manual focus lenses on the XT3. Here are two shots with the CV 40/1.2 Nokton (LM version) at f/1.4. Sharp on center, but crazy bokeh.



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    XP2, XF50, f/2 @ f/2.
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    Trying my Contax G 45/2 Zeiss Planar (LM mount) with the XT3. OK, but really need IBIS for these manual focus legacy lenses.

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    XP2, XF14 at f/2.8.
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    A few snaps with the XT3 and 55-200 around the house.





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    We just don't have enough pictures of brick walls around here...

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    Oh darr, that is delicious!
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    Indeed, but someone has to observe it to record it!
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    Still trying to bond with the XT3, but not doing very well. Mounted the 18-55 and took it for a stroll around the Floriculture facilities near the Arboretum and got a rather low hit rate (auto focus problems). This is one that was OK (nice brick wall, but not very interesting plants). I think I have been spoiled by the GFX 50R, but I will persevere with the XT3 and work out the kinks and image quality expectations.

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    2 dead crew...

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    That is a 14.5 ft chicken.
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    Still trying to bond with the XT3
    Hi Carl, as a former XT1 owner that wonders sometimes why the hell I sold it, I would say stick with it! I thought it was a wonderful camera, both in hand and results wise. The a/f was fine for my sort of shooting (which seems similar to your needs) and my understanding is the XT-3 a/f is streets better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Still trying to bond with the XT3, but not doing very well. Mounted the 18-55 and took it for a stroll around the Floriculture facilities near the Arboretum and got a rather low hit rate (auto focus problems). This is one that was OK (nice brick wall, but not very interesting plants). I think I have been spoiled by the GFX 50R, but I will persevere with the XT3 and work out the kinks and image quality expectations.
    I have a small camera problem: I get a compact camera for those times I don't want to take the big one and think that it is for snapshots. The problem is that I need to put in the same amount of effort with the small camera as the big one to get good images. It is not that the camera is bad, it is because my psychology shifts. So I have learnt to play a little game in my head where I think I have a very sophisticated camera that has been put in a small body. Once I can get into the same controlled mindset as I do with my "serious" cameras, things just fall into place. I think it is hard when you do have a larger system as when you opt for the small camera, you are already in the mindset of not wanting to bother using the larger camera because of the effort.

    Your XT3 may just need a little love...
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    Back garden fox: X-T3, XF 80/2.8

    I'm fortunate that given the length of time this fox and his siblings have remained in our garden (or I should say, territory) I have been able to photograph this fox with various different lenses. Out of all the lens combinations on my X-T3 and the GFX50R, the combination of the X-T3 and the XF 80/2.8 Macro is to my eyes the best.

    These are straight out of camera (RAW), wide open at f2.8. I really like the colour draw and the sharpness of the lens/sensor combination. Having had many different macro lenses over the years including the Leica R 60mm, Leica 90/4 Elmar (last version), the PanaLeica 45/2.8, the Sony E-mount 90/2.8 and the GF120/4, I really think this the best lens of them all - dare I say it, even better than Fuji's MF big brother.







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