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    From the album: Aircraft

    Inside a world war two DC3 Dakota paratrooper carrying aircraft.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    George_P

    Pumpkin Festival

    spooky scary beautiful
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    jerryy

    Pumpkin Festival

    Part One: For the past few years, ok, the past seven years, the area I live in has taken part in the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, a festival started in Oxford, Massachusetts in 1988 and spread out to other areas. This year I was able to get by and see some of the pumpkins: Into the Valley of The Pumpkins: onto Part Two ...
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    merlin

    Rock Formations

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    jerryy

    Pumpkin Festival

    Part Three:
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    jerryy

    Pumpkin Festival

    Part Two: Some of the artists came up with very, very intricate designs. In spite of the event staff pleading for people 'do not touch the pumpkins', some folks touched them and said 'yes, these are real'. onto Part Three ...
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    M Wales

    landscapes with fuji x

    X-Pro2 & 35mm f2
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    paulbroad

    0.303 machine gun linked rounds.

    From the album: Aircraft

    0.303 machine gun linked rounds. Standard British world war two rifle and machine gun calibre.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    From the album: Aircraft

    Nimrod maritime patrol and early warning aircraft. Based on the Comet airliner. British cold war aircraft.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    paulbroad

    Messerschmitt Me 109 G Gustav

    From the album: Aircraft

    Messerschmitt Me 109 G Gustav. German late world war two fighter variant.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    paulbroad

    British heavy bomber rear gunner.

    From the album: Aircraft

    British heavy bomber rear gunner. 0.303 four gun turret.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    From the album: Aircraft

    Fairey Gannety. British carrier based aircraft. Early warning and anti submarine.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    From the album: Aircraft

    Display of British world war two rear gunner.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    From the album: Aircraft

    Ground display at Yorkshire air museum. York.

    © Paul Broadbent

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    PAE

    black and white (open thread)

    Lost shoe XS-1
  17. 1 point
    I'm working with both now to find out if ON1 can do all that I need. The difference between older versions of ON1 and C1 where much greater (in favour of C1) but the ON1 2020 edition has improved a lot esp. for Fuji shooters. So far I think C1 is still better in color editing, the Fuji film profiles (quite a bit better), b&w controls and still somewhat better in sharpening and noise reduction. ON1 has a better digital asset management (importing, culling, keywords, managing raw+jpeg...), some very nice effect filters and is easier to use. However, note that presets and filters in ON1 can easily become a bit 'too colourful' and 'over-edited'. You have to hold back a little bit and apply the opacity slider generously. With 'easier to use' I mean that in ON1 some adjustments are combined in handy filters you can apply, whereas in C1 you need to combine multiple tools to achieve the same results. In general: C1 is IMO more aimed at professionals and high-end users, while ON1 is aimed at enthousiasts. I don't use pano stitching and HDR so for me there's no clear winner yet... but if I would do pano and HDR I would definitely download the trail version of ON1 and have a very close look at it.
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    le boecere

    Fuji X: Tips & Tricks

    I'd never read this little essayette, for some reason. It's GOLDEN for us Fujifilm rookies, and I'll probably be coming back to it, often. Thanks for taking the time to post it.
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    M Wales

    landscapes with fuji x

    X-T30 and 16mm 2.8
  21. 1 point
    Stockografie

    The versatile X100 series

    Hi girls and guys, After shooting with an X100 series camera for 6 years now I thought it was time. As of today I only own an X100F and solely shoot with the 23mm lens mounted on it. No WCL or TCL, just the lens on the X100F. And to share and show how versatile this little camera can be, and that can be the original X100, the X100S, X100T and of course the X100F, I produced a short clip which you can watch on youtube.
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    paulbroad

    TheRed Arrows.

    Red Arrows in action. Scampton 2017.

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redsm1.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redsm.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redfly23.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redfly4.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redfly1.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    reddsm1.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    red16.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    pittsb.jpg

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    pitt5

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    Pitts Special in action.

    Scampton air show, 2017

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redtw13

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    redtw7

    © paulbroad

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    paulbroad

    Young Starling.

    Young Starling with part new feathers. Paul
  36. 1 point
    I left this high tree stump in our garden especially for her to perch on. Paul
  37. 1 point
    paulbroad

    Starting a Merlin.

    Starboard outer Merlin starting on Lancaster bomber.
  38. 1 point
    Jose Carpin

    "Woooow!"

    "Woooow!" Sahara desert, Morocco 2016 X-T1 + XF16mm f1.4 R WR website: www.josecarpin.com instagram: jose_carpin_photographer
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    Becoming a "Pro" photographer depends on your photography skills rather than the gear. And, you don't mention if you want to shoot people or other motives in your studio. It's quite hard to give a recommendation without more information. Did you use any cameras before?
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    M Wales

    DSCF2519.JPG

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    photobob

    Should I trade in my XT1 for an XT3

    I'm in the second year with my X-T2 and when I saw the reviews of the X-T3 I saw a few things that peaked my interest too. But after considering my shooting needs , I did not think the upgrade would make me a better photographer. Like you, I don't do video. But the advantage over the X-T1 could be significant depending on your photographic needs (not wants) . The16 mpx of the X-T1 really is enough for great prints of 16 x 20 +. Coming from Pentax, all X series cameras focus much faster and more accurate . I also rarely use the boost mode, only needed for fast action. If you shoot a lot of low light photography, you, and I, could benefit from the improved sensors lower noise at higher ISO, but low noise is relative ( see the attached image I took, as a guest, at a wedding . ISO 12,800 with the 18-55 f2.8-4). As long as you are satisfied with your results stop chasing gear. The next camera will always be better than the last...………. I am waiting for the new camera with auto composition. That could help. Keep shooting
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    Stockografie

    The versatile X100 series

    I´ll pick up this old thread again as I have made a part 2 video of the versatile X100 series cameras. In this case though I only used the newest model the X100F. I hope you enjoy it.
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    serdor

    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    Milano - Italia Fuji X-T2 Samyang 8mm fisheye
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    mdm

    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    X-E2 + 27f2.8
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    Yoan

    Cityscapes with Fujifilm X

    Lions' Bridge at Sunset by Yoan Mitov, on Flickr
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    BruPri

    X-T1 with Leica Summaron

    This is my first post here so I thought I’d kick things off with a little bit about what led me (or back to) Fuji. I’m a gear head, owned everything from my first mirrorless, an Oly E-P1, to a Leice M9/50 Summilux and everything from everyone in-between. In occasional reviewing of my images in my Lightroom library, the ones that usually made me want to see what kit I shot with were surprisingly all Fuji, X-100, X-100s, X-Pro1, X-E1, & 2. I happened upon a nice used X-T1 w/kit lens and couldn’t pass it up. Now, about my post here, a few weeks later I came upon a nice 1958, it's an M mount with infinity focus lock Summaron M 35/3.5 35mm f/3.5 Goggle Version E39. It came without eyes, and I modified the infinity focus lock to not do that. I shot a bit as is and the accumulated haze from the 57 year old glass gave it a nice vintage look IQ wise. Being the adventurous type, I disassembled the lens and cleaned the elements. Now the glass and camera are inseparable. I do occasionally shoot an adapted Nikkor 300mm, mostly for wildlife and moonshots but my everyday is the Leica. I also needed a hood and they're very expensive and sort of rare so I popped down to my local camera shop and they had an old Leica swing-away polarizer with bad glass, removed that and voila, some useful shade. One before cleaning: One after:
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    Would be so cool with a x-pro1 profile in the x-pro2. Imagine the speed of the x-pro2 with the look of the x-pro1. Drool!
  50. 1 point
    I am very fond of all my Fuji system primes, but for me the Touit 35mm has that special Zeiss look - microcontrast or whatever you want to call it. The other one I find myself reaching for is the 14mm, even though I also have the Touit 12mm and Fuji 16mm and Fuji 35mm f/2. The 12mm is a technical triumph, very low distortion. The 16mm f/1.4, as we all know, is another technical triumph, and is a hoot to use for close-ups with shallow depth of field. But, like I said, the 14mm perspective and image quality both are a lot of fun for me. I don't have the Fuji 35mm f/1.4 since I got the Touit instead, so no comment on that. But the 14mm is of that first generation, too.
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