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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. i do a lot of different photography and really enjoy all of them but my secret love is still landscape photography. as a former nikon user (still using it sometimes) i wasn´t completely sure about the landscape capabilities of the xtrans sensors. i read a lot about it and wasn´t aware, until a few days ago, that many users don´t like the rendering for landscapes. anyway i decided to buy a zeiss 12mm and adapt my 100mm filter system to it. and it works fine. let me know your experience for landscape. i´m actually using the x-e2 with xf23, zeiss touit 12mm, 55-200 & 18-55. i´m now considering a x-t1 because of tilt screen and weather sealing... sample with the 12mm lens
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. The night before it snowed down to 1700 meters ... in July ... holy moly Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr
  9. I'm just new member of fuji-x-forum. I want to share some of my shots taken in Switzerland that I called Bus window project. All photos in this project, I've taken from bus window while it's running. So I used hyperfocal distance at f8-11 with high speed shutter(500+) for testing fujifilm mirorless camera performance(speed, focus and high iso). Cameras: X-T10 & X70 trip-2016-switzerland-x70-160413-00174_lr_full by Wanderer Bear trip-2016-switzerland-x70-160419-01397_lr_full by Wanderer Bear trip-2016-switzerland-x70-160419-01388_lr_full by Wanderer Bear trip-2016-switzerland-xt10-160413-00227_lr_full by Wanderer Bear trip-2016-switzerland-x70-160417-00815-lr_full by Wanderer Bear
  10. Feel free to post some pics from that beautiful country!!! Eilean Donan Castle
  11. 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...
  12. Hi! Yesterday i went on an evening walk in Fernreith in Upper Austria to take some evening Impressions. Here are some of my favorite shots I want to share with you. All taken with Fuji X-E2 + XF 16-55 F2.8. (Photos link to flickr) I am always open to constructive criticism. So feel free to share yours with me. :-) Cheers Tom
  13. A recent shot of the italian city Mantova. Double exposure, x-t1 + xf 35mm f/1,4
  14. 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
  15. You can share photos of landscapes in the Blue Hour here. I will start with Walchensee (Bavaria)
  16. Post here your images of landscapes in the fog. I'll start with mine: Saarland, Germany (X-T1, 18-55mm) Flickr
  17. Shot of the hoodoos during sunrise in Bryce Canyon. Light Play
  18. Hi, I want to introduce myself with this shot, from "Foresta della Fontana", in the northern Italy. Fuji X-T1 with XF 10-24 f/4 CarZar http://cesarebonetta.jimdo.com
  19. From the album: Night Photography

    Was difficult to focus, but was happy with the results
  20. From the album: Night Photography

    I think I see the milky way haha
  21. Tariq Seedin

    Dawn

    Got up one morning and saw the sky this colour.

    © Tariq Seedin

  22. From the album: Fujifilm X-E1

    © (C) 2018 Rainer Büsching / All Rights Reserved

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