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    Man about town...(Osaka)

    Which do you prefer - top or bottom image?
    For ME, I prefer the top image - it's great .

    The viewer has to stop to think 'what is the man doing there?' and indeed it could be that HE doesn't know what he's doing there .

    The top image is IMO better balanced left and right edges, and I am slightly disturbed by the converging verticals at the right edge of the lower image.
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    Darkness and light (Nishi Hazu)

    This is one of my favourite places in the world. What goes on here? Not much. Everybody works on the assumption that if you've come to Nishi Hazu you speak Japanese. I'd just had a lengthy conversation with an old gentleman about the vagaries of fishing and the uselessness of the strategies adopted by some of the fishermen we could see!!

    I arrived here, after a meandering train ride to the rag-end of the Japanese rail system - Shinkansen, local express, local red-rattler - just as sunset was coming on. I dumped my gear grabbed a camera and headed for the shore. I started out at 400 ISO and by the time I got to this point I was at 10,000 ISO. I could have been a stop or two lower but I'd been facing the darkness a few seconds before and needed every bit of it. I like the high ISO performance, yes there's heaps of noise but this sort of works. There is something to be had in the shadows in post, but it sort of stuffs the picture.

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    Darkness (Nishi Hazu)

    This one it was so dark that I couldn't read my watch. Hand held. It's so noisy as to be almost painterly, but still it seems to work.

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    Two shots from a walk along Cayuga Lake at the south end of the lake. GFX 50R 45/2.8 Processed in Luminar 4.

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    This is Japan (Nishi Hazu & Higashi Hazu)

    When people think about Japan they often have a vision of the size, glitz, glamour and bustle of Tokyo or Osaka. But this picture represents a lot about the other Japan.

    Of the world's "developed" economies Japan has the third greatest percentage of forested land (67%) behind only Finland and Sweden. Much of that 67% is also hilly or mountainous. Flying over Japan you are struck by the way the population is jammed into the low lying land around the sea and around the lower reaches of rivers. This concentrates the population and also makes the country very vulnerable to natural disasters like tsunami.

    Travelling in rural and regional Japan you can find hundreds of communities like this. Nestled by the sea, dotted with islands; lots of little ports for fishing or coastal vessels; schools with yellow sandy play areas; office and commercial premises tucked cheek by jowl with houses. Forests, hills, mountains and rivers in tight proximity to clustered communities, and snaking through it all the ubiquitous railways.

    Everywhere you are struck by three other things: The over-sized remnants of the early 80s bubble; the crumbling and ageing infrastructure; and the ageing population.

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    What's his name Louis? He's getting so tame he'll be sleeping in front of the fire soon!!

    Great shots.

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    What's his name Louis? He's getting so tame he'll be sleeping in front of the fire soon!!

    Great shots.
    That made me laugh. At present we only call him Alpha Fox because he is the one animal born this year who remains in this territory. In other words, he has seen off all his siblings, which as I understand it is standard fox behaviour.

    Recently, though I have been toying with the idea of calling him 'Schnorrer', a Yiddish term which is described from Wikipedia as "meaning "beggar" or "sponger". The word Schnorrer originally occurred in the German language to describe a freeloader who frequently asks for little things, like cigarettes or little sums of money, without offering a return" - or in his case: lots of food. He especially likes jam sandwiches and peanuts but we also make sure he has dog food and other meat treats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    That made me laugh. At present we only call him Alpha Fox because he is the one animal born this year who remains in this territory. In other words, he has seen off all his siblings, which as I understand it is standard fox behaviour.

    Recently, though I have been toying with the idea of calling him 'Schnorrer', a Yiddish term which is described from Wikipedia as "meaning "beggar" or "sponger". The word Schnorrer originally occurred in the German language to describe a freeloader who frequently asks for little things, like cigarettes or little sums of money, without offering a return" - or in his case: lots of food. He especially likes jam sandwiches and peanuts but we also make sure he has dog food and other meat treats.
    Beautiful animal and great images Louis. You are very fortunate to have been adopted by this inquisitive fox and allowed to observe him so closely.
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    A country road drive in the hills south of Ithaca. GFX 50R 45/2.8 Processed in Luminar 4.

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    The toughest, most modest, friendliest people in the world 日本人 - the Japanese.

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    Juxtaposition - The Graveyard & the Giant (Osaka)

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    A few shots taken with the Fujinon 100-200 and GFX 50R on a walk along upper Buttermilk creek above the gorge. The OIS in this lens worked well and allowed me to stop down and get enough drag on the shutter to slightly blur the water, but still keep the overall image sharp. Looking forward to the companion of this lens (the 45-100) which would make a nice two lens kit.







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    Smooth as... (Kyoto)

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    A couple of detail shots from the walkabout with the 100-200 on the 50R. All are handheld and cropped.



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    For those in peril... (Nishi Hazu)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Two shots from a walk along Cayuga Lake at the south end of the lake. GFX 50R 45/2.8 Processed in Luminar 4.

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    How do you like the way Luminar 4 processes GFX 50 R files? Does it apply the Fuji built in lens corrections? I purchased it, but have not yet downloaded the program, as my PC is in the shop for upgrading?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    How do you like the way Luminar 4 processes GFX 50 R files? Does it apply the Fuji built in lens corrections? I purchased it, but have not yet downloaded the program, as my PC is in the shop for upgrading?
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    Hi Dave,

    I'm working on a Mac with a new OS (Catalina) and I haven't transitioned yet to using Luminar 4 as a standalone app for raw image processing. I have tried it and raw processing is possible but I didn't see any way to determine how or if it was using embedded profiles. Results look OK and not much different to what I get in Lightroom. The latter is still my main app for image processing and I have been using Luminar 4 as a plugin for Lightroom when I want to use special processing features not available in Lightroom. I will probably wean myself from Lightroom eventually, but for now I will wait awhile until Luminar 4 has had a chance to mature and lose the early bugs.

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    Hi Dave,

    I'm working on a Mac with a new OS (Catalina) and I haven't transitioned yet to using Luminar 4 as a standalone app for raw image processing. I have tried it and raw processing is possible but I didn't see any way to determine how or if it was using embedded profiles. Results look OK and not much different to what I get in Lightroom. The latter is still my main app for image processing and I have been using Luminar 4 as a plugin for Lightroom when I want to use special processing features not available in Lightroom. I will probably wean myself from Lightroom eventually, but for now I will wait awhile until Luminar 4 has had a chance to mature and lose the early bugs.

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    Thanks Carl. My version of Photoshop, CS 6, does not recognize GFX R files, so I resorted to batch converting them to DNGs, then Bridge to select the ones I wanted to work on, then to Photoshop to finish and print. I am pleased to say the new DXO Photo Lab 2.0 does a wonderful job of processing GFX raw files. I still finish in Photoshop, but DXO gives me a head start by applying some of their presets during conversion. I do not know if DXO uses the cooked in lens corrections, or uses their own fabulous profiles. I have been using DXO Optics Pro for many years, but you do not have to use it if you use their Photo Lab 2. .
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    $250 for print $600 for frame and anti=-reflection glass
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    Buttermilk Falls in Ithaca, NY. GFX 50R Canon 24mm F3.5L TS-E II. Processed in LR with bald sky replacement in Luminar 4.

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    GFX 50R with 32-64mm lens, ISO 400
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    Two more shots from the Buttermilk shoot 3 days ago. Both with the GFX 50R and Canon 24/3.5 L TS-E II lens.

    Another view of Buttermilk Falls



    Some ferns and lichens growing around and on a hemlock tree in the gorge. Some little animal has been excavating a home under the tree.

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    "route re-calculation" the trail ahead appears to take a vertical 180 degree turn straight down into the river. GFX 50R GF 100-200

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    Lines (Nishi Hazu)

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    Dante would be proud, I'm going from one extreme to another having picked up a GFX100 last month while shooting in Jackson Hole and now that I've returned home picking up a XT-3 with a 100-400 and 1.4 TC.

    We seem to have a few hummingbirds that like to hang out in the back of the house and thought what better subject to test the XT3 and lens out than with an extremely small/fast subject. This was captured handheld, 560mm (equates to 840 full frame 35mm) f/8, 1/1000 ISO 5000. Processed in C1 and cropped in PSCC.
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    Untroubled waters 白川橋 (Kyoto)

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    有次 Aritsugu (Kyoto)

    If you are looking for a well established business to buy a Japanese knife, then Aritsugu may fit the bill. They say they've been in business since 1756. I have visited two of their shops. This one in Kyoto's Nishiki market which is very "upmarket" and the store I much prefer which is very much more old fashioned and down to earth in the old Tsukiji market in Tokyo.

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    Barely into December and I'm already getting snowed in. GFX 50R 45/2.8

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    no snow here, just a bit of frost ...



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    A couple of snaps with the Tamron SP 90/2.8 DI Macro VC (EF mount) with the GFX 50R and Kipon AF EF-GFX adapter. See also the Fuji X thread for samples using the same lens with an XT3. Click image for larger view and detail. Versatile lens that works fine with adapters and various cameras (I use it with the Fuji GFX 50R, Fuji XT3, Canon R, and Sony A7r (FSM).



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    Onions. GFX 50R Tamron SP 90/2.8 Di Macro VC

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    Icicle abstract. Fuji GFX 50R Tamron SP 90/2.8 Di Macro VC

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    We've had bushfire smoke envelope Sydney now for a week as fires rage up and down the east coast - so not much fun to photograph as far as good light goes and pretty poor quality air to breathe...anyway here are a few snaps from GFX



    the Sun goes a weird bright red as it shines through the dense smoke



    but people still go about their business







    haven't had too much time lately - but am enjoying the reach of the 250+1.4TC - also I'm enjoying my new toy from Leica - but that is another story!

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    Fruit bowl. Fuji GFX 50R with Tamron SP 90/2.8 Di Macro. Five shots focus stacked in Zerene.

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    Pete, we want a selfie with you and your face mask! That's crappy air quality and no suggestion it might clear anytime soon. Does it lift in the afternoon with the sea breeze or do you just get back what's gone out to sea in the morning?

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    We've had bushfire smoke envelope Sydney now for a week as fires rage up and down the east coast - so not much fun to photograph as far as good light goes and pretty poor quality air to breathe...anyway here are a few snaps from GFX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelorus View Post
    Pete, we want a selfie with you and your face mask! That's crappy air quality and no suggestion it might clear anytime soon. Does it lift in the afternoon with the sea breeze or do you just get back what's gone out to sea in the morning?
    Sydney is surrounded by a ring of low mountains/tablelands - so the smoke gets trapped in the bowl - I notice a lot of people are wearing masks in the city but these are pretty useless as the lung damaging particles are smaller than the filtering capability of the typical paper mask can manage. - so no need to cover my handsome face!
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    I used to work in Windsor...which is like the plug hole of the Sydney bowl...

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    Sydney is surrounded by a ring of low mountains/tablelands - so the smoke gets trapped in the bowl - I notice a lot of people are wearing masks in the city but these are pretty useless as the lung damaging particles are smaller than the filtering capability of the typical paper mask can manage. - so no need to cover my handsome face!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Fruit bowl. Fuji GFX 50R with Tamron SP 90/2.8 Di Macro. Five shots focus stacked in Zerene.

    Hi Carl, I see you are making good use of the splendid Tamron 90 macro, which I found surprisingly sharp (in makro, sharper than Zeiss 100/2 at least at f5.6 and 8, but colors a bit more modest/spot on in the Zeiss I think)
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