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Found 15 results

  1. From the album: Landscape Work

    © stephen pruitt/fluxion photography 2017

  2. From the album: X-E1 - Loveland Pass, Colorado

    Shots from a trip thru Colorado on July 10th, 2016 - up at 12,000 feet. My first time with the Fuji in the mountains. I had real good luck using the Astia film simulation.
  3. From the album: X-E1 - Loveland Pass, Colorado

    Shots from a trip thru Colorado on July 10th, 2016 - up at 12,000 feet. My first time with the Fuji in the mountains. I had real good luck using the Astia film simulation.
  4. From the album: X-E1 - Loveland Pass, Colorado

    Shots from a trip thru Colorado on July 10th, 2016 - up at 12,000 feet. My first time with the Fuji in the mountains. I had real good luck using the Astia film simulation.
  5. From the album: X-E1 - Loveland Pass, Colorado

    Shots from a trip thru Colorado on July 10th, 2016 - up at 12,000 feet. My first time with the Fuji in the mountains. I had real good luck using the Astia film simulation.
  6. From the album: X100T High Speed Sync

    Sorry, having issues figuring out uploads/folders. Obviously this is in the wrong spot.
  7. From the album: X100T High Speed Sync

    Sorry, having issues figuring out uploads/folders. Obviously this is in the wrong spot.
  8. 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.
  9. The night before it snowed down to 1700 meters ... in July ... holy moly Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr Churfirsten by Bruno, on Flickr
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    Relax...

    From the album: Mountains

  11. From the album: Untitled Album

    The view From Crystal Mountain in Washington State, taken while shooting a wedding there. X100S + TCL-X100 converter in motion panorama mode. Edited in Lightroom CC. www.bradleyhanson.com

    © 2015 Bradley Hanson

  12. 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.
  13. 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.
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