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  1. Hello everyone, I had the opportunity to spend a week in the Dolomites area to catch the autumn colors ! my trusty x-pro2 and x-t2 were from the trip. We start with a classic of the Dolomites, the church of San-Giovanni in Ranui near Santa Magdalena. The sky mixed with some remainings of fog, made really the mountain glow and burn in a special way. 1) X-pro2 - 16-55 @ f10, some exposures mixed to achieve this image as the contrast between the different plans was enormous. Have a nice day and see you soon for more.
  2. Which would be the better choice, the new X-Pro2 or wait for the XT-2 to come out. I shoot mainly landscape, nature and travel photography. Currently shooting with a Nikon D810, but want a lighter, smaller kit. This would be my first mirroless camera, I have never shot with a Fuji, but I keep hearing how great then lens are, which is very important to me, plus the dynamic range of the camera.
  3. Feel free to post some pics from that beautiful country!!! Eilean Donan Castle
  4. Hi Fuji users! Here are a couple of shots taken in a beautiful region from Quebec Canada. It's the first time I post pictures on this forum (which I really like!). It was also the first time for me to travel/hike since my move to Fuji. I really like the X-T1.
  5. The night before it snowed down to 1700 meters ... in July ... holy moly Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr
  6. Hello Everybody, I don't come so often on the forum, but I'm always following the fujifilm news. I Wanted to share some of my shots taken in iceland with my fujifilm x-pro2 and mostly the fujinon 10-24 1) Aldeyjarfoss waterfall 2) Vik Church 3) Hvitserskur troll
  7. Currently switched from Nikon Fx format to Fujifilm X-Pro2 with 16-55mm lens as the starter, mainly for landscape and street scenes and now I'm searching for my second lens to compliment the existing one. Which lens would be most practical and sensible selection? Please provide some recommendation.
  8. I wanted to see if I can get rid of the Sony, given I enjoy much more the results I'm getting from the Fuji in terms of colors and ease of post-processing. So today I put them one against the other taking identical shots few seconds apart. You can see below a couple of twin crops (click on them to see them properly, albeit softened by the web compression probably used by the forum software backend) that on a normal, non-retina, screen will have the same dimensions of a print of a 100cm length. In each, one of the images has been shot with a Sony A7r ("Vivid" picture style), the other with the X-T10 ("Velvia" film simulation), trying to match the colors to a reasonable approximation. Both using Contax Zeiss glass at f/11 (a 50/1.7 Planar on the Sony, a 35/2.8 Distagon on the Fuji; I know these lenses well, and from f/5.6 forward they are undistinguishable so any difference is due the sensor, not the lens). Irident (or RawTherapee with deconvolution sharpening and microcontast) would be able to squeeze even more details from the X-T10, but for these examples I've used Photoshop CS 6.1 I'm extremely impressed, to say the least. Remembering that you will watch a print this big at least from 60/80cm apart, so please don't put your nose on the screen , can you tell which one is which2? Hint: if I keep getting these results my A7r is hitting eBay soon! 1Using the following sharpening procedure, should you be curious. SHARPENING METHOD USED Keep in mind that the following values are indicative (you'll have to tweak them based on the picture content and the amount of detail) and based on fairly big prints, like 60x90cm and up. However, given that to properly apply them you will have to use your picture as a "Smart object", they might work even for smaller print sizes, especially toning down the radiuses. In Lightroom or in Camera Raw (same thing) I give the files a fairly conservative (for an X-trans sensor) capture sharpening: amount 40 / radius 1 / details 60 / masking 10. Then I open the file in Photoshop as a "Smart object" and I resize it to fit my desired print dimensions. At that point I use first the old, classic "Unsharp mask": amount 120%, radius 1.5 pixels, threshold 0. And finally "Smart sharpen" in "Advanced" mode to extract the textures and the small detail (this takes care of the watercolor effect, basically). General tab: amount 131%, radius 1.5 pixels, "Lens blur" with "More accurate" activated Shadows: fade amount 60%, tonal width 50, radius 1 Highlights: fade amount 20%, tonal width 50, radius 1 OPTIONAL STEP (not used in the samples above): at this point, should you want results more comparable to Irident, but at the cost of a tad more noise, you should add another round of "Smart sharpen": amount 40, radius 1. After these steps all that's left is print sharpening, but of that I usually let the now free Nik Sharpen plugin take care of. 2In both cases left Sony A7r, right Fuji X-T10
  9. Hi all, Just wanted to share one of the series of pics taken in El Nido, The Philippines. Despite not being very popular among travellers, The Philippines features incredible landscapes and sunsets as long as you don´t visit them during the typhoons season...
  10. Hi all, I was hoping for some camera rucksack recommendations for landscape photography. I've currently got a flipsside sport 10AWL which is okay but to small. I'm after something to accommodate: Tripod 85mm filter kit plus filters 14mm 16-55mm 50-140mm Plus another long lens and other odds and sods Any ideas? Dan
  11. A beautiful and accessible national park near Quebec city. 3rd visit there.
  12. Hey guys! I'm going to Iceland at the end of August and for that journey I'm looking for a (manual) tele lens in the range from 85mm to 100mm... Streets #1 / Iceland with X100T I would really like to have the Fujinon 90mm but I think it's too expensive for me at the moment (Iceland will also...) As you see in the title I want to use the lens only for landscapes so I don't need a fast lens. It's just important that the corner sharpness is high enough for the 24mp sensor and the CAs should be easy to remove afterwards. If you have any recommendations for me - let me know! Have a nice Sunday and many greetings from Hamburg!
  13. I don't get to use the XF10-24mmF4 a whole lot for work but it's really cool when I get to use it to shoot a bit wider and show off the location rather than the clothes for a few shots
  14. Hello, We already had some snow in Switzerland. It was an opportunity to go for a first winter ride. This is a sunset view on the Gastlosen mountains in the Berner Oberland. Made with X-T2 and fujinon 16 1.4 @ f10 Have a nice day.
  15. Just throwing this out here for suggestions or insights. I use a X-T2 and currently have a 16mm (as well as other lenses)...I am starting to hike and shoot landscapes mostly of meadows, waterfalls, and occasionally the Smoky mountains. I am a hobbyist who makes enough from photography jobs to pay for my gear and right now I am trying to decide between the new 80mm for macro shots or get the 10-24mm. My question is since I have the 16mm is that enough for landscape (for longer shots I also have the 55-200) or do I need to also get the 10-24mm? I will be shooting more landscapes than macro but if the 16mm will perform what I plan to shoot then I would rather spend my money on the 80mm for taking macro shots on my hiking trips.
  16. From the album: Backpacking with the XT1

    Milky Way @ Kyzyl Oi, Kyrgyzstan View my blog at thientravelography.blogspot.com 500px: 500px.com/thienbui

    © all rights Reserved Thien Bui

  17. neech2000

    Sunrise

    From the album: West Virginia

    © Denise Silva

  18. From the album: Jorge's Landscapes

    X-T1, 18-55, ISO 200, 30 seconds, F9, BW 10Stop ND

    © © 2015 Jorge L Moro

  19. From the album: Jorge's Landscapes

    This beauty of a lighthouse was taken on January 1, 2015 as the first rays of the new year broke the horizon. Taken with the X-T1, and 18-55, on a tripod in biting cold weather.

    © ©2015 Jorge L Moro

  20. From the album: Untitled Album

    © patrick papesch

  21. Hello, I'm a mountain/landscape photographer, currently a Nikon user, and I have recently seen a Fuji X100F camera and it is really great - but it has one problem, its lens is too narrow for me. I'm currently using a DSLR because it is the only solution for ultrawide - there is no compact camera with less than 28mm (on 35mm eq) fixed zoom (only X70 and Ricoh GR), and there are few zoom compacts with 24mm, all of them with small sensor only. The problem of DSLR is, that it is too big to put into pocket and to heavy to wear it all the day on the neck, especially on long hikes in mountains where you feel every gram - and I would like to find a more compact solution, but it currently doesn't exist (WCL convertor is not much better solution than DSLR). I like a new X100F and I wish that Fuji make a camera, based on X100F, but with ultrawide lens, and ideally optimized for mountain/landscape photography. I guess this is the spot on the market, that is not yet covered, and that there are much more people looking for camera like this. I don't know whether any Fuji employee, who can affect planning of new cameras reads this forum but if there is any, I hope he/she will read it and at least take it into cosideration. I put together requirements for a camera, that would be ideal for me: - small enough to fit to the pocket, but big enough to be able to operate in gloves (X100F is just perfect) - aps-c sensor (fullframe would be even better) - in case of a fixed zoom - 10mm (~15mm in 35mm equivalent) would be absolutly perfect (currently i use only 10-24mm lens and about 70% of my pictures are shot on 10mm).. 12mm could still be good, and 14mm is for me the maximum accepted value for a landscape camera.. the lower the better, as you still can crop it, but you can’t extend a picture to something that is not there.. - i’m also ok with a zoom lens - 10-24mm could be good option - robust enough to withstand mountain conditions (weather sealed, resistant to at least -20C) - viewfinder is still a need (unfortunatelly X70 doesn't have it) - i don’t care much about wide aperture, f/4 is for landscapes absolutely enough (if corners are still sharp) - i don’t care much about fast shutter speed, 1/1000s is enough - most of landscapes are shot with focus to infinity, so the lense could be optimized for this setting - color optimalization for landscapes would be nice (film profiles are perfect, HDR could be good too) - integrated ND is good, integrated polarization filter would be great too - if no integrated, then at least possibility to attach it easily (and together with a hood) - optical stabilizer - tripod mode would be nice - if there is no need for a short time, it could set apperture/time to better values - leather case in accessories to be usable with a tripod and a filter attached - no need to shoot more pictures per second - no need for flash I would like other people who are looking for a camera like this to put your requirements into comments.
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