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Fun with the Fuji X ___!

Shashin

Well-known member


Over 693,000 flags on the National Mall in Washington, DC, to remember those that have died in the COVID-19 pandemic. The number increases every day to keep up with the total. This was taken last night. By the time the display is taken down on October 4th, I expect it to reach 700,000.
 

Bugleone

Well-known member
The level of images is very high here!....I'm so impressed! I've been a little busy with other matters but here is a 'throwaway' from a set of images I am working on for leaflets and exhibition shots for my clock club...I'm not able to post the chosen shots but it's ok for this one as it failed for several reasons, not the least that it won't go to any really large print due to my poor initial technique!wkshp.jpg
 

biglouis

Well-known member
The level of images is very high here!....I'm so impressed! I've been a little busy with other matters but here is a 'throwaway' from a set of images I am working on for leaflets and exhibition shots for my clock club...I'm not able to post the chosen shots but it's ok for this one as it failed for several reasons, not the least that it won't go to any really large print due to my poor initial technique!View attachment 188505
I am always amazed at the level of detail I get with my Fuji APS-C equipment. Nicely done!
 

Bugleone

Well-known member
Yes, there's nothing like a serious job to sharpen up ones attention!.......Nothing wrong with the 'little' fuji that I can see it just needs a good operator!
 

darr

Well-known member



Fuji x100v @ ISO 3200
Proverbial Cat Test Shot: Joey, the three-legged ninja at my feet.

Just got the x100v today and here is one of my first shots. I will be having my x100t IR converted after I decided the IR work I enjoy doing is with a normal lens and want to keep the x100t just for that. Will be selling the X-E2 + xf 35/2 IR 590nm and my X-Pro2. I initially thought I would have the X-Pro2 converted, but decided against it because it is way too nice a camera to have ripped apart. Looking forward to shooting with the x100v.
 
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