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X-T1 with XF 35mm

Raw file processed though Iridient Developer and converted to black and white with Silver Efex Pro

 

I guess since it's low tide it's a landscape as opposed to a seascape ;-)

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I had to go to an engagement party last night, and almost didn't bring my camera because I didn't know most of the people who would be there. I decided to bring it anyway. I didn't shoot anything at the party, but saw a cool tree on the way there. It's stuff like this that makes me drag my camera with me everywhere.

 

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X-Trans is perfect for landscapes: Here are some recent X100S samples from Northern Italy.

 

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 Finger post and sunbeams,

 

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Another landscape with the Fuji X-T1 - with 10-24mm - Seal Rocks, Oregon

 

 

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I love using the X100t (and X100/X100s before it) for landscapes. I like the challenge of a single focal length and not having to stress about lenses, etc... Here are a few landscapes from Iceland:

 

 

 

 

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