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Fujifilm X-T1 with Fujinon XF 60 mm f/2.4 Macro R & MCEX-16, 2x Yongnuo YN 560 III with 560-TX, Softbox (1/180 Sec., f/11, ISO 200)  

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I am very new to Fuji. I am really impressed with the color in these images and how sharp they are too! Can't wait to test things out as soon as our spring flowers bloom. Do you always use a zoom for flower photos and have you tried the 80mm Macro lens too? I bought the new 70-300mm and I wonder if it'll be as sharp as this. What aperture did you use?

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On 4/18/2021 at 5:00 PM, Liya said:

I am very new to Fuji. I am really impressed with the color in these images and how sharp they are too! Can't wait to test things out as soon as our spring flowers bloom. Do you always use a zoom for flower photos and have you tried the 80mm Macro lens too? I bought the new 70-300mm and I wonder if it'll be as sharp as this. What aperture did you use?

Welcome to Fuji World, it is colorful and then some! 😃

It depends on what lens I have on the camera when I encounter the flowers, I have no special emphasis, unless I really do not think the lens is appropriate for the setting and have time to think it is safe to change it without getting dust into everything. Telephoto lens actually are good at landscapes!

Everything I have seen posted for images taken using that new lens you have looks really good. I think you will enjoy it.

I think this one was taken at f11, I will check later and let you know if not. I have not tried the 80mm macro lens yet, but the 60mm macro is pretty good.

Thank you for your kind words.

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