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    Following the Bushfires we have had a couple of cyclonic weather episodes hitting the East Coast of Australia. So it is the land of drought and flood...I am documenting the effects of the cyclones here in Sydney as far as their impact goes on the beach I live on. It has been a catastrophic perfect storm of unusually high 'King" tides +/- 2.5 meters or about 8 feet in Imperial when combined with Winds gusting up to 40mph bringing in storm waves -we have trouble.

    Below is an example fo the size of wave hitting the beach from yesterday...



    Still shots taken from a couple of hundred meters away can't really show the size of these monster waves - beautiful but damaging...the front wave pictured is a the second rise and fall of the back wave - front wave is 3-4 meters back wave is 5-7 meters - compression of scene via tele distorts size...and the cliffs were too dangerous to venture on to to get a sideways shot - they were being doused with water and spray

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    Which beach are you on Pete? That whole coast north of the harbour seems to be taking a real pounding! Lord Howe seems to have got off lightly considering that the system went right over the top...

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    Following the Bushfires we have had a couple of cyclonic weather episodes hitting the East Coast of Australia. So it is the land of drought and flood...I am documenting the effects of the cyclones here in Sydney as far as their impact goes on the beach I live on. It has been a catastrophic perfect storm of unusually high 'King" tides +/- 2.5 meters or about 8 feet in Imperial when combined with Winds gusting up to 40mph bringing in storm waves -we have trouble.

    Below is an example fo the size of wave hitting the beach from yesterday...



    Still shots taken from a couple of hundred meters away can't really show the size of these monster waves - beautiful but damaging...the front wave pictured is a the second rise and fall of the back wave - front wave is 3-4 meters back wave is 5-7 meters - compression of scene via tele distorts size...and the cliffs were too dangerous to venture on to to get a sideways shot - they were being doused with water and spray

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    Which beach are you on Pete? That whole coast north of the harbour seems to be taking a real pounding! Lord Howe seems to have got off lightly considering that the system went right over the top...
    I live on the Queenscliff end of Manly ie North Manly - the Beach is over a kilometer long. The only way I could get better shots of the size of these waves was to go in the water - but the water has also been polluted by the lagoon that runs into the beach (Manly Lagoon) itsef polluted by all sorts of run off and huge bits of trees which have been spilled into the waterway which find their way into the beach...Queenscliff Beach has largely been taken away by the combination of Flooding lagoon sweeping sand into ocean and huge waves on king tides taking it all away..also I dont fgancy swimming amongst 15-20 footers or trying to get out in white water that is 10 foot tall!

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    Fuji X-T3 with the wonderful Zeiss Touit 60mm - "Rose, sadly enough is starting to fade ..."

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    Unnatural Spring

    X-H1, 10-24/4 @ 10mm, f/4, blossoms were a few inches from the lens.



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    Nice B&W Bart- darktable ?
    no darktable yet, rather my darkmood ...
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    no darktable yet, rather my darkmood ...
    I understand - my mother turns 94 this Thursday all the best to you and your Dad.

    I've had a quick look at darktable and I think it seems to have some powerful features to go along with a very steep learning curve...I think not for me - but Williams - (the youtube guy) lives in Sydney so maybe I'll get him to give me a crash course - on day.
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    I understand - my mother turns 94 this Thursday all the best to you and your Dad.

    I've had a quick look at darktable and I think it seems to have some powerful features to go along with a very steep learning curve...I think not for me - but Williams - (the youtube guy) lives in Sydney so maybe I'll get him to give me a crash course - on day.
    Still scratching my head how to generate any output ...
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    Still scratching my head how to generate any output ...
    Go to the Lighttable tab, select your images, open the "export selected" menu on the right, and Bob's your Uncle!

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    Go to the Lighttable tab, select your images, open the "export selected" menu on the right, and Bob's your Uncle!

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    Thanks, Matt. I've managed to create some output. So that's a start. Now the editing ...
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    You need to look at the You-tube vids by Williams that I told you about Bart!
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    You need to look at the You-tube vids by Williams that I told you about Bart!
    Certainly will do that, Alan. But in due time ...
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    Bokeh test at f3.5 with the GF50/3.5. Reminds me very much of the Leica Elmar 2.8, which was my favourite lens on Leica film and drf bodies. The lens is very sharp in the centre at f3.5 and a little weak at the corners, although I would argue it is more than acceptable. By f5.6 the lens is completely sharp all over the frame.

    BTW: there is one annoying feature of the lens. It is so light that the body tends to tip up backwards while carrying the camera and lens on a neck strap (which I carry across my body). I've never encountered this with any other GF lens as they are generally heavy enough to top the body forwards. This is exacerbated by the strap lugs being at the front of the body as opposed to the centre or back. There is always something...

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    This was a test of how the lens looks wide open in landscape situations. Again, very reminiscent of the Leica Elmar 50 at f2.8.

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    Thanks Louis, I think it was Pete said that Fuji can't make a bad lens...

    As for the 50R and straps, I've never used it with a strap on the two top lugs. I either use it with a Peak Design wrist strap on the lug to my right hand or with one of their over the body straps (Leash?) attached to the lug on the photographers right hand and to a small Arca compatible plate that Peak Design make, screwed to the tripod mount. Both work well for me, with the exception that the zooms "walk" out to their longest extent.

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    BTW: there is one annoying feature of the lens. It is so light that the body tends to tip up backwards while carrying the camera and lens on a neck strap (which I carry across my body). I've never encountered this with any other GF lens as they are generally heavy enough to top the body forwards. This is exacerbated by the strap lugs being at the front of the body as opposed to the centre or back. There is always something...

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    Bark...

    The 50 Fujicron does a beautiful job wide open...

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    S5 Pro 18-200 Nikon

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    GFX 100, 100-200 zoom

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    Strongly back-lit fountain. X-H1, 55-200 @ 200 f/8. Heavily cropped, at that.



    Processed in C1, but don't tell anyone!

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    A few shots with the GFX 50R and Fujinon 50 taken on a walk along Cascadilla Creek in downtown Ithaca, NY.

    The gathering place for a group of mallard ducks that are fed by the friendly human neighbors. Most were sunbathing on the south facing wall.



    Further downstream there was a buildup of slushy anchor ice that can cause flooding when the temperature drops again.



    One of the footbridge crossings with astronomical symbol portholes.



    This an "artsy" neighborhood so never know what will be on display.



    A lonely Canadian lives here.

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    Yes, this is a snapshot in my living room. I was testing out the hand-grip that came with the X-H1 (it was the only way I could buy the discontinued camera online, and I usually end up getting hand-grips, so...). In the end, it's just too heavy. The handling is better, but it adds almost a pound.

    ANYWAY, I liked two things about this shot. The converging lines continuing in the mirror, and the glow from the sunlit windowsill. We're alway told "don't blow out the highlights!" These highlights are VERY blown, but this really gives the feeling of the bright sun falling on a small part of a room.



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    No cat?
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    No cat?
    Ouch!

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    No cat?
    It's a subtle Selfie .
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    Will,

    Since you asked...

    Soup, our gigantic cat, was brought into the family by my eldest daughter. (Her friend had three cats in a small apartment, so the largest one had to go.) She is away from home now and needs several pictures of him each week. Fortunately for this forum, most of these are taken with iPhones. But for here, I used the X-H1 and 10-24 for this unusual PoV (and subtle Selfie). He is not amused!



    To appreciate the distortion from a 10mm APS-C "portrait", here's a 35mm APS-C photo (taken with a non-Fuji - sorry)



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    OK! Real pictures. I was having lunch with some photographers. They were busy brainstorming and ignoring me, so I tried out my fancy new Fujicron 50. The third shows that it's dangerous to make faces at someone with a camera







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    I reckon they are two crackers - the 50 and 35 Fujicrons. Little jewels of lenses...as demonstrated by Pete and Matt's photos.
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    I love Magritte's "The Empire of Light" - a daylight sky with a nighttime foreground. I'm drawn to those moments when the light cooperates to give that impression. I added some drama to the sky, but this is a full color picture. No desaturation.

    X-H1, 10-24 @10mm (a lot of keystone correction) f/5.6 ISO 640 1/15s



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    Gorgeous Matt.

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    Gorgeous Matt.
    Thank you, Peter!

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    Finally got a decent day to travel south and test the Laowa 17mm on the GFX100. I had orginally thought to shoot in color however I also wanted to test a black and white function I found and ended up shoot that way the entire day.

    These where shoot on tripod, black and white and processed in C1.

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    f/8 1/200 ISO 200.

    Tumacaori. When view you get to see as you enter the courtyard leading to the mission.



    f/4 1/200 ISO 320

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    45/2.8 and she who must be obeyed.


    We were walking around some parts of the inner Harbour - near where I grew up...


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    One more from the testing of the Loawa 17mm and GFX 100.

    Not only was I testing the lens I was testing a custom black and white setting on the GFX100. Shot at f/8 1/160 ISO 50 processed in C1



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    it reads: don't be afraid ...



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    ...and then the rain came...



    Though perhaps I prefer this, which is closer to what I see...

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    I've decided I might try my hand at some stitched panoramas - the files get to be a tad large
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    ...and then the dew point and the temperature joined hands...

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    This is a sort-of 'fun with' post. I needed to do some close up shots of a Monopoly board and per usual I started out with the X-T3 and the superb XF80/2.8 macro.

    This is the result of focus stacking 25 captures using the X-T3/XF80.


    I personally think the XF80 is the best macro lens I have ever owned (and I've had a lot of them over the years). I am 100% confident in using it for product, object and even portrait work.

    But then I had a thought.

    Hmmm. I wonder what it would look like using the GFX50R and the Laowa 17mm UWA. It focuses down to a ridiculously close distance (18cms) and that includes the 15cms between the front element and the sensor!

    This is 20 captures, cropped to 6x7 (about 80% of the frame).


    I know which one I think I am going to use! I can't wait for the summer and bugs and bees on plants. If I can conquer the manual focus I think I will get some wild macro shots.

    BTW, this is what the set up looked like and you can see how close I am to the board. Not all the lighting I used is turned on in the photograph.

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