Just a few words about myself. This is my second time around with photography. The first time was about 20 years ago with Nikon N90, F4 cameras and Fujichrome film. I did all my cibachrome print enlargements myself. Just got a used X-T1 for travel and want to know more about digital, raw, pixels, and all the good stuffs.
Hello, I am WideSpace. I am from Texas and work as a Project Engineer on construction projects.
I start almost two years ago in photography due a family vacation trip to Colorado. Since then I became in love with photography. To me, it's a medium of expression to share with others what I see, and a special time I have to compose art, and also for myself to relax and stress-out from the day. It's an artistic and liberating therapy.
I prefer to shoot landscape and architectural photography since I love nature and also beautiful architectural designs. I also find street photography very interesting since it involves people and the normal everyday things.
Actually my gear is a X-T10 with the XF 18-55mm, the XF 35mm f1.4, and the XF 14mm f2.8.
They don't appear burned, but a but too shifted to the right.
Perhaps is just a matter of taste.
But as I say, most pictures, to just look 'normal', I have to compensate is by -1/3 or more typically -2/3.
Yes - provided you are using a version of the Adobe software which supports your camera.
If you are using a subscription version of the Adobe software and keeping it updated then your camera should be supported.
Good morning friends!
i have been browsing the internet but can’t seem to find a clear answer. Are Fujifilm camera profiles and film simulations now available for RAW files in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Canera Raw please?
I have been using this software for too many years to make a switch easily so I would be grateful for any feedback
I am considering the Fuji XT30 or XT3. Some of the images I have taken with the camera are amazing in the detail that is captured! Just love it!
However, I had some issues as shown in the 2 photos below. I had asked the store manager to set the camera for landscape so the shots are at a small aperture.
In the first photo, I was leaning against a wall, focusing on the bush.
Any thoughts on why the bush is not in focus? It appears the focus is on the building beyond....(I