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Just returned from two weeks in central Europe.
X-T20 and 55-200mm
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Picked up an XF 50-140 just over a week ago and haven't had a chance to use it, until this little fella came into the garden on Saturday.
I can't believe how sharp this is, wide open at full zoom....
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X-Pro1, 18-55mm, June 2018
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This large mural in the Mission District of San Francisco strikes me as being especially timely, considering what is happening on the southern border of the U.S. The Mission District is a largely Latino neighborhood and the many murals displayed there can be highly political.
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Last night - clear and warm in Paris - and the moon sat on top of the Eiffel Tower.
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It's hayin' season around these parts now. This is the view from the Helderberg Escarpment which rises about 800 feet over the Mohawk and Hudson Valley.
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I am from Cape Town, the very furthest bottom tip of the African continent.
My daughter and I went to Scandinavia for 3.5 weeks and on the schedule was attending the Danish Air Show at Aalborg.
HUGE excitement for me! But due to weight restrictions, I did not take my usual Nikon gear with nice big
lenses - instead just packed the Fuji system for happy snaps.
We hit Oslo in 32 deg C and the heatwave continued throughout our trip - hottest temperatures on record,
in all history for the region. TRUE story.
Came the day of the airshow : RAIN RAIN RAIN.
So, I present you with great pride [​IMG] ... The Spanish Air Force Typhoon completing its display.
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Photos taken during a 10 mile hike through Tomales Point State Park, located in the Point Reyes National Seashore, California.
Image #1: Three young tule elk posing for me as I hiked on by. Tule elk are a species of elk found only in California. They nearly went extinct and the entire species was determined to be down to a single breeding pair in the 19th century. They were designated a protective species and they now number approximately 4,000.
Image #2: Hiking trail through Tomales Point State Park with blooming wild radish and bright yellow bush lupine approximately 5’ tall.
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The last time I posted images here using my Konica 52 1.8, let's just say some gear snobs took exception with someone "wasting time" on such a cheap lens.
So I largely stopped using it, instead choosing to use my (continually frustrating to focus) 50 1.4 instead.
In the past month I dusted it back off and started taking it to gigs again and immediately remembered why I had loved it so much originally. Who cares if you can score one for $10 on the bay? If you can, you should!
So let the hate begin, lol.
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A stairway to heaven..
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No prize for guessing which lens, ;)
Our wonderful historic river town is periodically at the mercy of the water gods. The water level has risen dramatically twice already this year. It makes for some dramatic images, but seeing the river front disappear under water is still disturbing. My wife and I took a stroll after dinner two nights ago, and this is some of what we saw:
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X-T20 and 18-55mm
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I guess there is no parking (Fri-Sun), no standing anytime and no walking from any direction (see yellow walk signals). :)
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A couple taking a break from Boise's busy 8th Street bars and restaurants.
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She's cute as a button and fast as lightening. She gave grandma a real workout to get these shots…
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Between being in a real photo slump as of late and not being able to sit much at my home computer with back issues (the life of an IT guy) I haven't done much lately. Just got on this forum to browse around again for a bit.
This is a shot from Windy Point Vista up on Mt Lemmon NE of Tucson, AZ. What a killer view and what a killer drive. Shot January 1, 2018. It was hazy from all the fires in California. Dad lives in Apache Junction and sister in Mesa, so when I am out there I explore the mountains.
This was a 8 shot pano. f/13, 5omm, iso 200. Finaly image size is 16372 x 2937
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Taken at a music festival. X-T2, 35mm f/1.4 wide open.
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X-Pro2, Revuenon 55 f1.2, lensturbo
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On the way we saw some nice views...
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Tighter view of a previous post
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Taken a while ago with a Sony F717 5mp camera
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No, ice cream is not served at the gas station.
Fuji X-T2, 23mm f/1.4
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Fungal hyphae on old log. X-M1, 27mm + 16mm extension tube.
[As an aside, not related to this photo, I'm trying to figure out which camera I like best, including for close-up, between the X-M1 and the X100, and at the moment the X-M1 is winning in the imaging department. Colours, contrast and details all outshine the otherwise beautiful thing that is the X100...]
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A few from our recent trip to Canandaigua, NY-
Evening overlooking lake at Bristol Harbour lodge during dinner-
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Next morning overlooking the Canandaigua boat houses-
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This photo of an old graveyard in Mechelen earned a soft tint…
Just a simple Landscape type snap taken at Canterbury Kent UK of part of the River Stour that flows through the town.
X-T2, 55-200mm Lens, 1/200th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
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Harsh afternoon sun, but some interesting patterns at the Sonnenberg Gardens in Canandaigua, NY.
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This is the bridge spanning the river Great Ouse in the town where I currently reside
It is one of very few left with a chapel built upon it and dates from around the year 1425.
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Quick shot from the parking lot on the way back to the car after having our 30th wedding anniversary dinner. Taken with the 23mm f/1.4 and X-T2 with some minor editing in LR Classic-
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This was a four image blend, not for dynamic range but so I could compose the water and mist from various shutter speeds and moments. X-T1, 18-135mm, ISO 800, f/11, various shutter speeds from ⅛ to .5 sec. The Bloodvein River, Northeastern Manitoba.
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A black-billed magpie couple... :) (Canon 7DMII + Sigma 150-600mm C)
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If I had to choose one lens this would be the one…
Considering that this was made with Fuji's "kit lens", I guess I'm pretty impressed with the results. Shot in RAW and processed in Lightroom.
X-T1 + 18-135/3.5-5.6, 1/80 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 200, 18mm, Astia
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As the subject says, more junk from the 50-230mm. This time from a photograph day at the British Wildlife Centre.
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An hour ago.
I hate ( :D ) to tell you people in the northern hemisphere but you are now on the slippery slope to snow and ice whilst we get one more second of daylight tomorrow on the way to summer.
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Managed to grab this on the slog up Kinder Scout a while back. Nearly fell in the beck just afterwards !…
this past weekend was unusual for us desert-dwellers with our first quasi-monsoon rains, overcast skies and (much) cooler (for us) temperatures. as the clouds began to break-up in the afternoon i took the opportunity to explore some nearby areas and captured this shot of a prickly pear cactus.
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fuji x-h1 + xf50-140mm f/2.8
1/1700 @ f/2.8, iso 200
this was my first time to use the xf50-140mm f/2.8 and i was VERY impressed and pleased with the images. i haven't used zooms in a while, but like all things fuji they seem to get it just right.
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