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    Fuji X-Pro1 photo set at a restaurant opening... unedited JPEGs



    I have to say I'm so far, so amazed by the X-Pro1. It's everything I'd hoped and more. I only picked it up within the last week but there's been much less of a learning curve compared to any other camera I've owned, including many DSLRs.

    One thing I'm surprised about are the standard JPEGs. This is perhaps the quickest upload of a set that I've ever done, as I was able to just quickly adjust the angles of the JPEGs themselves and then upload them to Flickr. The colours were all left alone as an experiment.

    I was using standard photo mode with the 23mm XF at various apertures and all handheld. I must admit, I was completely drunk even before I got to the restaurant so I'm surprised how they came out lol.

    With a bit of editing, or perhaps just a change of the camera settings, I could probably increase the contrast on some of the shots a little but I'm actually extremely happy that the files are 90% correct without any messing around in Lightroom being necessary. How refreshing.

    Anyway, here are the pics from last night...

    Opening of Red's Barbeque, Manchester, Feb 2014. - a set on Flickr
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    Re: Fuji X-Pro1 photo set at a restaurant opening... unedited JPEGs

    Wow, such good food in the UK, unheard of! :P
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    Nice set there on your Flickr site. Looks to have been a good evening.

    I miss my UK food !!
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