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13 shot hand held pano from my hotel room balcony.
X100s
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An adult and child watching a live Skype call during church with a missionary / medical doctor in Nicaragua.
XT3 & 54-140: 1/160th @ 5.6 ISO 6400. JPG edited with Lucid on iPhone. (Haven’t had time to edit the raw files yet.)
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Someone on this forum a couple weeks ago recommended the 50-140 over the 55-200, and I’m so glad they did! This lens is incredible, sharp, and the OIS does an amazing job.
I occasionally do photography for a church where I also serve as the music director, and the photos I take get used in newsletters / social media / etc. Today was my first time there with the 50-140 and this picture demonstrates everything I love about this lens. I was in ES mode shooting from the back, and only the child noticed me as I quickly took this shot.
1/160 @ 2.8, ISO 5000. JPG with minor tweaks in Lucid on my iPhone. (Haven’t had time to work with the raw files yet.)
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Every once in a while we're blessed with one of these.....from our front yard!
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X-E3 w/18-55 SOOC…
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On our way to the Treasury Department.
Spot a bright neon red rider going on the opposite direction as other generic color bikes.
Thought it was interesting.
Taken by Xpro2, 10-24
Thanks for looking!
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Burger's Zoo / The bush / Netherlands
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San Diego, overcast and foggy condition (typical here).
First shot taken with Xpro2, 10-24 at 24mm.
I could barely see anything at 24mm or with my poor eyesight.
But at 100mm, things begin to come alive. And at 400mm I can finally... see.
Never been happier with XF100-400mm (and X-T1 of course).
Always give me details/sharpness that I can no longer see with my naked eyes.
Thanks for looking!
Happy shooting. :)
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My friend Dave catching a few zzzzs in the afternoon sunshine.
LUMIX G9 + 45-175mm @ 1/400 f5.6 ISO320
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While walking in a forest of Lebanon with my mighty 16
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These are blooming from seeds from the pods of the Nigella which were spent late summer. Unusual warm spell in the the UK
Nikon V1 + 18.5mm.
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A couple from a trip to the Tate Britain gallery yesterday:
1. A shot inspired by my favourite architecture/museum/gallery photographer, Hildegard Spickenbaum
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2. One I am not 100% happy with, but it is OK for now
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and a bonus from just down the road…
XPro1, Kamlan 50mm at about f2-ish.
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Maple leaf on American Chestnut
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Taken this morning over Bushy park on a misty morning I was changing a battery when I herd them start there take off run got to the edge of the pond as they came past not as sharp as it could be but you get the idea
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Fuji XT2 - XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR
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The little community of Mountain Home, Idaho hosted the 2018 Highland Games Light World Championship this weekend. Never attended one and found the events
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fascinating, including tossing a rock the size of a bowling ball.
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Spent a few hours today wandering around Old Town San Diego, California, with some friends, mostly to check out the Day of the Dead decorations.
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GFX-50S US patent application drawing
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Due to its strategic placement overlooking the St. John's harbour, fortifications were built on Signal hill beginning in the mid 17th century. In the 1762 Battle of Signal Hill the French surrendered St. John's to a British force "Signal Hill," is so called because of the signalling to ships done upon its summit from its flag mast. Flag communication between land and sea continued from the 17th century until 1960.
On 12 December 1901, Guglielmo Marconi received the first transatlantic wireless transmission. The transmission, in Morse code, originated from his wireless station at Cornwall, UK.
The United States maintained anti-aircraft guns on the hill during World War II.
More photos in the Reply below.
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An array of old cannons below the summit guarded the entrance to the harbour.
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Passion flower tendril getting a grip on my vine.
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Taken with the XT-20 + 18-55mm
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Why would anyone want to call their town "Witless Bay"? Originally called Whittle's Bay after one of the first European inhabitants to the area, it was referred to as Whittle-less Bay when that family returned to England, and then eventually shortened to Witless Bay.
Witless Bay, a town of some 1,600 people in Newfoundland, is 35 km south of the provincial capital, St. John's.
Witless Bay is a fishing community, although tourism is now important, as it is home to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, which contains North America's largest Atlantic Puffin colony and the world's second-largest colony of Leach's Storm-petrels.
In future posts I will include some photos of these birds, but here I focus on the town and its rocky coastal environs.
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X-T2 | XF 18-135mm
Took this photo handheld while skiing last winter at Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver.
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X-T2 | XF 100-400mm | Grouse Mtn @ 400mm | Moon @ 243mm
I took this photo of Grouse Mountain Ski area and the moon standing in front of Science World in Vancouver using the X-T2's "multiple exposure" function.
Driving distance between Grouse Mtn and Science World is 15 km (9 miles).
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Fuji X-T2, ISO 400, 1/105ss, aperture priority, 18-55mm lens, f 4.0 at a focal length of 41mm
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In the X Series Unlimited download, I love how Dan Bailey gives us permission to have fun with the Adv 1&2 selections on our Drive dial. We don't need to be so serious about our photography all the time.
With that in mind, I tried for some faux tilt-shift shots at the Rowena Overlook yesterday on the Oregon side of the Columbia River.
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I liked the shaft of light through the tree canopy on this one:-
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The Beech Hanger near Stoughton, Hampshire…
X-H1 with 23 1.4
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X-H1 with the 23mm 1.4.
Gotta love it wide open
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Fort Amherst is a neighbourhood in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. It is on the southern side of the entrance to St. John's harbour. Fort Amherst has the remains of gun emplacements and pillboxes built during World War II to defend against German U-boats.
Photos were taken with the 16-55 lens on an X-T2.
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It also has a lighthouse.
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Starting in Chama, New Mexico with an elevation of 7,871 feet, New Mexico/Colorado Route 17 climbs to an elevation of 10,022 feet at Cumbres Pass on it’s way to Antonito, Colorado elevation 7,890 feet where it ends after a total distance of about 48 miles. Along the way this route winds through several pine and Aspen tree covered mountains, crosses or runs parallel to several rivers, and for about 20 miles provides vantage points from which to observe and photograph the Cumbres and Toltec scenic steam powered railroad as it plies it’s way through the scenery on it’s way from Chama to Antonito. We recently had a one day adventure aboard our motorcycle on this scenic route.
All shots Fuji X-T2, 18-55mm lens.
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X-T2 | XF 55-200mm
White Rock Beach, BC
Incoming snow storm
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Just a bit of fun really - this is the Hampshire Downs at Stoughton - a four image stitch-up
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Had a superb walk along the Hampshire Downs today - brilliant sunshine, blue sky, lovely scenery and a good pub at the end - what more could you ask for!
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The Beech trees aren't at their best yet as the weather here is very mild - but still, they're quite colourful
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Stoughton village (and pub) in the distance…
"99 red balloons"
Agra, India 2018

Fuji X-T2 + XF23mm f2 R WR
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Yet another due oil change, that I decided to try the top of the top oil for (and boooooy can you feel a real difference in response with this stuff!), rotated the wheels, and lastly put in better and new brake pads so I'll know their life from day one vs whatever previous owner had never changed (and those were halfway down).
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Across the back alley in the garden at a retirement home (Canon 7DMII + Sigma 150-600 C)
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Honey, we need to talk...
It seems like you are spending too much time on the camera forum lately!
Canon 7D, 100-400
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