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@Warwick: Hogwarts?

Looks like it, doesn't it? It's the dining hall at Keble College, Oxford, which was modelled on the dining hall at another Oxford college, Christ Church - which was the model for the hall of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films. So you're sort of right.

 

 

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First outing for my new 23mm F2. I like this lens a lot. It's small and inconspicuous and it puts you at just the right distance from your subject to interact but without intruding on their space or crowding them in.

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Hope self portraits are ok in this thread.

Took this one today at the restaurant when we arrived a bit early.

The X-pro1 is surely the best looking camera I ever had and might ever have (including the X-T2 which I will buy very soon).

 

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In my experience when shooting indoors or in artificial light, Astia is too yellow and Fuji tends to go a bit to the yellowish side for white balance (at least in my opinion). I'm fond to using CC or even Pro Neg Standard (or High if I wan't more contrast) for artificial light, as the tones appear to be more pleasing to my eye. But in normal conditions Astia is my favourite for portraits.

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