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  1. I'm looking for a new travel tripod for my X-T1. I've been looking at Manfrotto BeeFree Carbon,Manfrotto 190GO Carbon, Sirui T-2205X+G-20X and the Benro Travel Angel FTA18CV0. I do not which one of these are the best. I have a Manfrotto tripod now, but its too heavy. I would like carbon due to more stability when I take long exposure seascape photos, but I do not know how much greater the carbon tripods are for this when they are as short as my selection is. I need a new tripod for long hikes, airplane travels etc...
  2. Going through my growing pile of editing, here are a couple from a recent visit to Krakow.
  3. Hi fellow Fuji users. Have any of you been to Thailand? I'm going late October and trying to decide on what camera and lenses to take. I have an X-pro2 and X100T, my lens choice is 18mm f2 23mm f2 27mm pancake f2.8 35mm f2 35mm f1.4 56mm f1.2 18-55 zoom WLC for X100 I also love using old nice glass takumar 55 f1.7 Ziess 135mm f3.5 Nikkor 105mm f2.5 Having never been to Thailand before I dont know the light and a bit concerned about too much light for wide apature's. Part of me says take the X100T with a polarising filter and be done with it. Less to worry about, get stolen/lost. The wildlife looks great though so a longer reach would be good Please help. Many thanks Jim
  4. Hey everybody, I'll be on a 2 week trip all over Italy, ( amalfi, rome, tuscany, venice, florence) and i was hoping to hear some opinions as to what lenses would be best to take there. I have the X-T2 body and 16mm f1.4 + 18-135mm f4, but since my girlfriend has the X-T1 i was hoping to get another lens to have an extra option. I've never been to Italy, so not sure what to expect as far as places, moving around with the extra weight and security issues etc. (we'll be hitting the train, bus, driving, and hiking around) I've been drooling over the 10-24mm or the 35mm f2 for a while now. but im open to any suggestions. Money is an issue, but to be honest its just a matter of time till i get both. And i think with the trip coming soon it would be a good opportunity to bite the bullet, get it and take advantage of it in Italy. One more thing, as a bonus... I didn't want to bring with me the booster grip cause its very heavy. however i thought it would make sense to bring it along instead of the battery charger, it will charge 2 batteries on a single plug. ( 2 chargers are still lighter than the grip ) Thanks so much for your opinion on the lenses and if you have any other tip about traveling to Italy or travel photography in general is greatly appreciated.
  5. Albé is a small village in the Bas-Rhin department in the Alsace, France Albé, Alsace, France by Johan Thole, on Flickr Albé, Alsace, France by Johan Thole, on Flickr War memorial, Albé by Johan Thole, on Flickr Église Saint-Wendelin, Albé by Johan Thole, on Flickr Freedom Tree, Albé, 1795 by Johan Thole, on Flickr
  6. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  7. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  8. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  9. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  10. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  11. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  12. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  13. petru

    Man & Nature

    From my last trip to Santo Domingo. Shadows of a man and an old tree.
  14. Hello everyone. I am planning a trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in June. I have done some research to determine if there are any "must vist" locations for capturing memorable images. If anyone in the group has any suggestions in terms of "If you're going to DC, you must visit xxx". Typically when I travel to places I've never been before, I find a lot of value in participating in a photography-centered scenic tour. The one's where the guide is a photographer and takes the group to those places that I am seeking to find out about here since there does not appear to be any photographic tours that I've been able to find. We will be staying at a beach resort. I suspect most of the images will be on the beach, but would like to venture outside of the resort for some either street photography or landscape images. I have not found any, but if anyone happens to know of any individual or company that runs photo excursions, please provide information. Any thoughts, suggestions, or other pointers in terms of safety; places / times to avoid are greatly appreciated.
  15. Warning, long post… This is my background: When I travel, I always struggle selecting the gear I’ll use on the trip. I try to keep it as simple/light possible to enjoy the trip (normally walk 6-10 hours a day) while being flexible enough to avoid missing shoots because of gear limitation. Also, I have a concern on safety in dangerous places or pickpockets, so I try to be as low key as possible too. Besides traveling, I do a lot of street photography but also wedding and social events (not as first income) so most of my gear is more an expense than investment. I’m very critical with gear results/quality, so I tend to avoid cheaper lens/bodies/accessories and high ISOs so tend to pick faster lenses. Unfortunately, my budget is not unlimited so I have to pick gear wisely. I’m mostly prime shooter and have 14, 23 F1.4, 35 f2 and 56. XT2, XT1 and X100s cameras I have 2 type of travel that I have this problem: Local Travel, Small Towns/Villages, Hiking. I try to travel very light and shoot documentary, portraits, with some landscape. With X100s I miss a lot of wide shots, specially on interiors, close-ups (do not like the lack of sharpness at f2-f4 of x100s here) and tele shots. With the XTs I have to carry at least 3 lenses to cover what I normally shot and end up changing lenses a lot. Should I go with a zoom instead? Guided Tours or Photo Expeditions to tourist or exotic locations Big/long trips that you go once in your lifetime where photo opportunities are too varied within the trip and between trips, like the north/south pole, Africa, jungles or rainforests or cultural like Europe or Asia. Here I shot everything (photo or video) I face and struggle the most to plan if I need a telephoto or a wide angle or zooms or WR lenses or tripod or monopod…. I only went to Europe with XT and 14,23,35 and while weight was not an issue I changed lenses too much and was not enjoyable. For places where wildlife is the main attraction I’m doomed with my longest lens being the 56. I plan to travel more, so I want to hear your recommendations not only on lenses, but also on bodies, accessories, filters, bags etc. as I may change (sell) or add gear based on your recommendations. I greatly appreciate your help in advance Happy Holidays
  16. Namaste Fuji people. I recently tried an XPro-2 and loved it so much I bought one, sold all my Nikon equipment and bought an XT-2 and some lenses. I'm traveling India for six weeks with a backpack and small camera bag. I brought both bodies, five batteries, a bunch of cards, four lenses: 16mm f/1.4, 23mm f/2, 35mm f/1.4 and the 56mm f/1.2, a travel tripod, a MacBook Pro and two hard drives. I'm really happy with everything and how all the gear is performing. If anyone has any questions about how the gear is working out, please feel free to ask. I started a website for my trip, the Fuji images are under my blog and in the India image gallery. I'm only a couple of weeks in, but I've figured out my workflows and what setups I like. Thanks for letting me share. Cheers, Kevin kevinlapresle.com
  17. From the album: Trip to Chiapas and México City.

    Cantina girl print from photo taken with X-T2. Yajalón, Chiapas.

    © Carlos San Miguel

  18. From the album: Trip to Chiapas and México City.

    Street vendors print from photo taken with X-T2. San Cristobal De Las Casas, Chiapas.

    © Carlos San Miguel

  19. From the album: Trip to Chiapas and México City.

    Print from X-T2 photo

    © Carlos San Miguel

  20. Dekart

    Grand Canal

    From the album: Landscape

    © Paul Reicherdt

  21. Hello everybody. This is my first post on this forum after being a quiet reader for some time. I am a fairly new Fuji-X Shooter from Germany. Before Fuji i used a Canon 7D for a couple of years and a Sony a7II after that for about one year. I switched to Fuji with the new X-T2 mainly because of lens selection, colors from the x-trans sensor, manual buttons availability and price policy of Fuji. Recently i spent about 3 weeks on a roadtrip in Australia with my girlfriend. The first vacation where i put the X-T2 to real use. Besides taking a lot of photos, i really wanted to test out the video capabilities. So i shot a lot of 4K footage. You can find some of the photos on my 500px page https://500px.com/johannes-toenne/galleries/australia-november-2016 and i published my video on Vimeo I still have to get to know this camera more, but so far i am very impressed and happy with switching to Fuji. Let me know what you think and feel free to ask any questions if you have some. Johannes
  22. I have 2 XF zooms, 3 XF Primes (27, 35, 60) plus an X-E2 body, but when I'm travelling for business or pleasure, I usually take the X-M1 plus 27mm, because it's easy to carry, quick to set to fully auto when needed, and the lens seems to be so versatile that I rarely feel I've missed a shot because I needed a different lens. Shots below were all taken this weekend in Singapore using the 27mm + X-M1 - seemed to do a decent enough job considering the range of subjects? What's your favorite travel combo? Is there an even better combination from the Fuji range?
  23. Ziggy

    Wildlife

    Hello everyone, I was looking around in the Nature & Wildlife section and didn't really find any post dedicated to share wildlife photo's. Not looking for your typical home pets or barnyard animals, but for wildlife found in the actual wild, park's, safari's, and so on ... Looking forward to see your photographs! Here is a photo taken during a visit at the Barbary Macaques conservation & research center 'La Montagne des Singes' in Kintzheim, Alsace. Fuji X-T1 + 55-200mm @ 200mm: ISO 200 - F4.8 - 1/60 Resting Barbary macaques by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr
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