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Fun with MF images 2021


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Recent photoshoot for a steel fabrication client. During this photo session I took various pictures with the 23mm, 32-64mm, 110mm, and 120mm macro. These three images ended out being my favorites. All of them are taken with the 120mm on the Fuji GFX 100s.



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A few garden lens test shots with the GFX 100s and the GF 32-64 and GF 23 that fill out the wide end of my lens kit.

Blue Bells 32-64@50mm f/7.1

Rusty iron and white daisies 32-64 @ 46mm f/7.1

deck entrance, 23/4 @f/16

Oxalis 23/4 @ f/16


Ed Hurst

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Apologies for the large number of images in this specific post, but just to give a flavour of the action involved... Note how the clothing gets progressively wetter!

_IMG5472_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5473_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5478_Step3Flat_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5480_Step3FlatCrop_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5487_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5491_Step3Flat_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5497_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5500_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5505_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr
_IMG5507_Step1OriginalARGB_FromTIFFs by Ed Hurst, on Flickr


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Warren, I love these shots. The compositions, tones, lighting, subject detail, and background blur/bokeh are all very pleasing. Congratulations!

I need to take a lesson from you on b&w conversion.

Hey Joe,

That is very kind of you to say. I really appreciate the positive feedback!

B&W conversion is something I've always struggled with, so I'm really liking Fuji's profiles. This is processed using the ACROS setting.



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This is processed using the ACROS setting.
I saw the Images and knew immediately that you had used the ACROS emulation. I shot hundreds of rolls of that stuff, still shooting it in fact. I think they really nailed the look.

The images are very nice. Hard to go wrong with B@W shots of a welders with sparks flying and anyone in broad window light.


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Yes indeed!

I'm really liking the Nostalgic Neg setting too.
One of my favorites as well! Anyone interested in recipes at all? I've come up with a few I like after playing around with X RAW Studio. Took me a while to realize the whole set of possibilities with recipes that are beyond just the standard film simulations.

Maybe I should start a dedicated thread for recipes over in the Fuji forum..

Mark C

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I paid a visit to Hadrians wall in Northumberland earlier this week and finally got to give my new GFX100S a proper try. I took the GF 23mm which I used for the first shot and the GF 45mm for the second. Steel Rigg seen in the first image is bisected by Hadrians wall and, although a challenging climb, its worth it to see the remains of a Roman milecastle (a small military outpost) on the summit. Sycamore gap is named after the Sycamore tree which is growing on the wall over the far side of Steel Rigg. A definite contender for the title of 'Worlds most photographed tree'!

Steel Rigg by Mark, on Flickr

Sycamore gap by Mark, on Flickr