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Few new pictures taken with X Pro-1

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  1. The Mis'

    The Mis' Well-Known Member

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    Another three from the graveyard. This time from small cemetery in Mitcham:

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    Recently I attended the nude workshop...
    We worked in 3+1 (3 photographers plus model) groups. We shared hair dresser and make up artist.
    First we had to create a story, and then plan and make set of 3-5 pics that tells it. We had for that just two days - one day for all preparation and another for preparing model and taking pics.
    It wasn't an easy task. Not for me anyway. And I didn't go any further than few candidates for the first picture of the set:

    First two are different approach (frame and pp) to the same pic.
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    I learn a lot on the workshop. Most important I confirmed to myself that the nude photography isn't my my cup of tea.
    I am not very happy with the pictures however, I'd appreciate your comments.
     
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    god damn.
    The Pro1 was a legend.
    I have the Pro2 in hand, but will always remember the Pro1 as the camera that started it all for me.
    Absolute modern classic.
     
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    I am sorry - forgot to mention that it was XT-1 with 18-55mm.
     
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    Last weekend I went to the Tower Hamlets and Kensal Green cemeteries. Those are the last two of the "magnificent seven" London cemeteries. Visited all of them with my camera and I am sure I will return there in the future.
    It wasn't very photographic weather - very strong, contrast sun light, almost no clouds, blue sky like on the cheap postcards...
    Here are few pics taken with XT-1 with 18-55 and 55-200 and:

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    and a blackbird:

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    Last weekend I went to the Bunhill Burial Ground but found nothing that caught my eye. So I started taking pictures of pigeons...
    The first three surprised me a bit when I looked at them on the monitor. I didn't see in the viewfinder the second pigeon, which "acted" almost as the mirror reflection to my "model".

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    Romeo and Juliet
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    Another three from Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery:

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    Next few pics were taken in Hampstead Cemetery:

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    East Ham Jewish cemetery:
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    St mary magdalene's parish cemetery:
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    Paddington Old Cemetery:
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    I think that's enough for now... :)
     
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    Brighton: now it is a parking...
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    Barns Old Cemetery, probably one of the most forgotten places in UK:
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    next few are from Fulam Palace Road Cemetery:
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    Wandsworth Cemetery:
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    Not far from the previous one - Streatham Cemetery:
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    Last few from Streatham Cemetery:

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    (I was looking for the best frame, narrowed selection to the four above, but still cannot choose... so here are all four)

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    Finally I got my X Pro 1 converted into a full spectrum camera.
    Here are few first shots, I have been using 35 f/1.4 no-name IR 720nm filter and 10-24 f/4 with Cokin P007 89B.

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    Tower Hamlets Cemetery
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    These are the very first pictures I have taken with that kind of the filter - I think I need to learn a bit about it.
    Kensal Green Cemetery, pics taken with X PRO 1 converted into full spectrum camera, with 10-24 f/4 and IR 590nm filter:

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    Impressive series. Very well done
     
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    Thank you Sir!
    here are two more, These are taken in St Mary's Cemetery, just next to the Kensal Green Crematory:

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    Three pics from the open-air museum in Torun, Poland:

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    And one from the astronomical observatory.
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    Bandon Hill Cemetery, London
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    Canada Water station, Jubilee line, London
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