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Old 11-20-2014, 12:03 PM   #1
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Photo sharing: Fuji X Series

Heres a few shots from my Fuji Xpro1 ........

Expedition Everest by MikeRicciPhoto, on Flickr

Pirates of the Caribbean by MikeRicciPhoto, on Flickr

World Of Disney by MikeRicciPhoto, on Flickr

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Old 11-21-2014, 01:13 AM   #2
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Hey Mike, it looks like it's just you and I! Out of the cameras I've used, I've become attached to the fuji.

These are either the X-E2 or X-T1.


Epcot Monorail by Harry Shields, on Flickr


Carly by Harry Shields, on Flickr


Meeting Merida by Harry Shields, on Flickr


Beautiful Hawk by Harry Shields, on Flickr


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Scavenger Hunt by Harry Shields, on Flickr


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Old 11-21-2014, 01:16 AM   #3
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Mike, I love your photos and follow you on Flickr.

What's the deal with people saying Fuji photos look flat? Those must be non X shooters!
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Old 11-21-2014, 09:24 AM   #4
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I for one am happy to see this thread started. Although I shoot Sony NEX I am overall a fan of mirrorless and of what Fuji is doing.

Very nice shots! and ok Harry, I take back what I said about images looking "flat".
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Old 11-21-2014, 10:43 AM   #5
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Mike, I love your photos and follow you on Flickr.

What's the deal with people saying Fuji photos look flat? Those must be non X shooters!
Thank you, I follow you as well and your photos are awesome
I don't get why people say they look flat. I think they look great, my post processing time has gone way down, and the jpg's are so good sometimes that is all I use.

Fall Bokeh {Explore} by MikeRicciPhoto, on Flickr


I see you got the 23mm f1.4 how are you liking it? I have the 35mm f1.4 but thinking of picking it up while it is on sale.
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Old 11-22-2014, 01:17 AM   #6
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Back of the Bus by Harry Shields, on Flickr


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Old 11-22-2014, 01:26 AM   #7
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Mike, I'm with you on the PP time. I do as little PP as possible. I actually do a lot of raw conversion in camera and export using WIFI.

The 23 is an amazing lens. I've only had it 2 weeks and only shot with it once but it's sharp at 1.4 like the 35. I love the FL and was torn between the 23 or X100s which can be picked up for the same price. I've run into shutter limits @1.4 and the built in ND filter would've been nice. I also like the idea of flash at any speed with the leaf shutter and it's small lens size.

What's your take on the X100x vs XF23?
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Mike, I'm with you on the PP time. I do as little PP as possible. I actually do a lot of raw conversion in camera and export using WIFI.

The 23 is an amazing lens. I've only had it 2 weeks and only shot with it once but it's sharp at 1.4 like the 35. I love the FL and was torn between the 23 or X100s which can be picked up for the same price. I've run into shutter limits @1.4 and the built in ND filter would've been nice. I also like the idea of flash at any speed with the leaf shutter and it's small lens size.

What's your take on the X100x vs XF23?
I am having that dilemma right now. I can get the 23mm f1.4 for 699.00 or the x100s for 849.00. I am leaning towards the lens since I can use on different bodies vs the x100s if the body dies so does the lens. However the built in ND filter and compact body with the same image quality is a big draw.
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Old 12-08-2014, 09:54 AM   #9
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This is fellow member Hockeyman aka Mike.


Getting the Shot by Harry Shields, on Flickr


Parade Time Mickey by Harry Shields, on Flickr
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This is an iso 5000 shot pushed 1 1/2 stops in LR5.


Zurg by Harry Shields, on Flickr

Another iso 5000


Face Painting by Harry Shields, on Flickr
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