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Fuji X-E1 + 10-24/4 , Bulgaria, Tyulenovo village:

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I travel a lot for weddings and use the opportunity to explore my surroundings. I find the X100s particularly well suited to landscapes/cityscapes/seascapes (with and without the TCL-X100 converter) because it's small enough to take EVERYWHERE!

 

I separated my landscape (non-wedding/portrait work) by tonality. 90% of these were taken with the X100S, the rest with X-Pro1 + 23mm f1.4 or 35mm f1.4

 

B&W:

http://www.bradleyhanson.com/landscapes-bw/

 

Color:

http://www.bradleyhanson.com/landscapes-color/

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Being a landscape photographer from way back when..., I never expected the Fuji system to be anything other than a good casual rig for photography. When I bought my X-E2 though, I was simply bown away by the quality of the resulting images. I am now in the process of divesting myself from a couple of D800E's and am concentrating on using Fuji. For landscape worl and even for some wildlife, it is simply amazing!

 

Horseshoe Falls 3

 

 

Fujifilm X-E2 with Fujinon XF 18-55mm

Horseshoe Falls, Tasmania

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I'm curious if anyone has ever shot the Horseshoe Bend near Page, AZ with their Fuji camera.  If so, would you care to share which lens you used and if you were able to capture the entire scenery?  I have the 16mm, but not sure that's wide enough when I try to make a visit out there in the near future.

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Geroldsee, Germany

 

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Croyde Bay, North Devon 2015 ,

Croyde is old village about 4 hours drive from north London. Its consider as one of the best British surfing beach breaks . Apart of that its one of the most extraordinary places in UK. I use my everyday travel camera x100t cokin grad and nd filters and build in nd filter . It low res image,  if you are interested in high resolution version please don't hesitate to contact me.
#croyde #northdevon #landscape #beuty #colours#fujifilm #x100t #travel #surfing #beach #sunset  #long #exposure #surf 

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