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Fuji X-T2 Rumors Surface, Pentax 70-200mm Delayed Again, Grum Allows Browser Instagram Uploads {Daily Roundup}

Fuji X-T2 Rumors Surface, Pentax 70-200mm Delayed Again, Grum Allows Browser Instagram Uploads {Daily Roundup} | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
We are getting our first tidbits of information regarding the next iteration of the popular X-T series, the X-T2.
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Tick Tack Sharp - FujiFilm XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR - Reviewed | Sven Schroeter

Tick Tack Sharp - FujiFilm XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR - Reviewed | Sven Schroeter | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it

It's officially here, and the 70-200mm F2.8 equivalent focal length lens from Fujifilm is ready to rock the boat. All adventure, portrait and sport photographers have been eagerly awaiting this one, and we managed to get our grubby little hands on one early to figure out how it handles. Canon and Nikon have been producing the leading lens designs in this focal length for years and it is probably fair to say that every professional photographer has one of their own. We have never been the biggest fans of the zoom lens and have mostly kept our distance from the current Fujifilm zoom lens lineup. But the versatility of a high performance telephoto option from the underdog was too exciting to overlook and pass up. If first impressions are anything to go by, this lens is stiff competition for any prime lenses which fall in its wake. The first thing you notice when grabbing for the lens is its weight, it is not light by any definition of the word.......


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Welcome to Classic Chrome

Welcome to Classic Chrome | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
Along with the rise of Instagram and iPhone photography, there has been a flood of filters and film simulations. Unfortunately, the majority of these tools are formulated very poorly and the result...

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Lichtklicker | How to get the Fujinon XF60mm f/2.4 R to 1:1 magnification ratio?

Lichtklicker | How to get the Fujinon XF60mm f/2.4 R to 1:1 magnification ratio? | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it

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Italy: A weekend, a wedding and the Fuji X-E2 | Charlene Winfred

Italy: A weekend, a wedding and the Fuji X-E2 | Charlene Winfred | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
“ cc @FujifilmXLive @FujiXSeries @FujifilmEU RT @_charlene: Italy: A weekend, a wedding and the Fuji X-E2 http://t.co/uYxcMocbs8”;
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Fuji XE-2

Fuji XE-2 | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
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Shaping The Light with Karl Bratby | Richard Hurst

Shaping The Light with Karl Bratby | Richard Hurst | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
On Saturday 26th July 2014 I travelled to Nottingham to attend a workshop run by local photographer Karl Bratby. The workshop was to be called “Shaping The Light” and be in his studio and based around learning to use natural and studio flash to get the most of of your images. A lot of the top professional photographers use only one light to create their images and when done correctly can produced stunning results and this is what Karl was going to be teaching us. Karl’s studio was absolutely amazing, based on the top floor of an old converted victorian factory it was surrounded by huge glass windows with oozes of light flooding in. If Carlsberg did studios then this is what they’d come up with. Along with myself there were 5 other photographers taking part in the day and after everyone had arrived and we had all made our introductions Karl put us to work. This wasn’t going to be one of those workshops were everything is set up for you and the model put in place and you just push the shutter, oh no right from the word go Karl asked us where we thought in the studio had the best natural light coming through and told us to grab some props and compose a scene.....
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Living with the Fuji X-E2 | Ian Mylam Photography

Living with the Fuji X-E2 | Ian Mylam Photography | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
Six months of shooting with Fuji's X-E2 mirrorless camera: the good, and the not-so-good. Can it possibly replace my full frame Nikon dSLR system?
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The Online Photographer: Fujifilm X-T1 Opinions?

The Online Photographer: Fujifilm X-T1 Opinions? | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
We spent the last couple of days gathering opinions about the camera on the left, the Olympus OM-D E-M1. Now how about the one on the right? Do you have one of those? (Not necessarily with the pictured lens.) Seems like it's been out long enough for owners to have formed opinions. If you are (or were) an owner, what do you think?
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Fujifilm XF 18-135mm First Impressions

Fujifilm XF 18-135mm First Impressions | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
First impressions of the Fujifilm Fujinon XF 18-135mm weather sealed lens combined with the Fujifilm X-T1.
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Mystical Marrakech | Street Photography with Zack Arias and the X-T1 - YouTube

Zack Arias spent three days in Marrakech, Morocco with the FujiFilm X-T1 and shared a few tips and tricks on getting the best out of your camera for street p...
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Review: Fujifilm TCL-X100 Teleconvertor For X100s/X100 - The Phoblographer

Review: Fujifilm TCL-X100 Teleconvertor For X100s/X100 - The Phoblographer | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
In this blog post we review the TCL-X100 1.4x teleconverter for the X100 and X100s. Read more at The Phoblographer.
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Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R (Fujifilm) - Review / Test Report

Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R (Fujifilm) - Review / Test Report
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Fujifilm RAW and Lightroom: How Are Things as 2015 Nears?

Fujifilm RAW and Lightroom: How Are Things as 2015 Nears? | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
As good as X-Trans sensors are in terms of performance, most software makers have had some trouble with demosaicing the slightly unusual RAW files in the past.

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Fuji 50-140mm f2.8 :: It Thinks It's A Prime | Derek Clark

Fuji 50-140mm f2.8 :: It Thinks It's A Prime | Derek Clark | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it

All of these portraits of my kids are straight out of the camera. I have not adjusted contrast or sharpness. This is what you get from an X-T1 and the 50-140mm f2.8. I will do a follow up post to show how great the shallow depth of field looks, but I wanted to get a review out as quick as possible and it’s been a dark grey weekend. This won’t be a technical review. You can find plenty of specs on the web if you need them. Specs are fine, but if they’re not engineered properly, they don’t mean a thing! It seems nobody told this lens that it’s not supposed to be as sharp as a prime. Come to think of it, nobody told Fuji that you can’t make a zoom that performs like a prime lens either. But I’m glad, because they have pulled it off. Click on any of the portrait shots to see a full size version on Flickr. Ok, so the shot above is sharp, very sharp. But look below and you will see that this is just a small crop of the original photo. Not only that, but as I said above, this is SOOC. These portraits of my kids were shot with the Fuji X-T1 and the new 50-140mm f2.8. With a full frame equivalent of 75-210mm, this is Fuji’s answer to the classic professional workhorse 70-200mm f2.8. Now I own a 70-200mm Nikon and it’s a fantastic lens (as is the Canon version). It’s the reason I’ve held on to my Nikon D800, because I need that 200mm reach for my jazz photography. Fuji’s other long zooms are too slow for what I need and my longest prime is the awesome 56mm f1.2. I’m looking forward to my next jazz shoot with an all Fuji setup!.........


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7 Points About the XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR

7 Points About the XF 50-140mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
After shooting extensively with the XF 50-140mm F2.8, we would like to share a few points about this lens with you: Micro-Contrast: Superb and on a par with our beloved XF 56mm F1.2 Optics: Bitingl...

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FUJIFILM Craftsmanship of FUJINON / FUJIFILM - YouTube

“ Featuring the craftsmanship of FUJINON Lens, the lenses are hand-made in Japan. For more information visit: http://fujifilm-x.com/xf-lens/ http://www.fujifil...”
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The Little Camera that Changed My Mind - Fujifilm X-E2 - Chris Foley EU

The Little Camera that Changed My Mind - Fujifilm X-E2 - Chris Foley EU | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
“ I've had the X-E2 for 4 weeks now, and I've shot the Canon and Fuji side by side. In 4 out of 5 cases, I prefer the Fuji shots over my Canon, and that fact leaves me feeling excited and anxious”
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The Fujifilm X-Series goes Zoo! / Der lichtklicker

The Fujifilm X-Series goes Zoo! / Der lichtklicker | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
One of my main concerns entirely moving to Fujifilm was a missing telephoto zoom (>300mm) to replace my “old” 400mm Canon gear. Unfortunately the highly awaited Fujinon telephoto lens was shifted to the end of 2015.
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Shaping The Light with Karl Bratby | Richard Hurst

Shaping The Light with Karl Bratby | Richard Hurst | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
On Saturday 26th July 2014 I travelled to Nottingham to attend a workshop run by local photographer Karl Bratby. The workshop was to be called “Shaping The Light” and be in his studio and based around learning to use natural and studio flash to get the most of of your images. A lot of the top professional photographers use only one light to create their images and when done correctly can produced stunning results and this is what Karl was going to be teaching us. Karl’s studio was absolutely amazing, based on the top floor of an old converted victorian factory it was surrounded by huge glass windows with oozes of light flooding in. If Carlsberg did studios then this is what they’d come up with. Along with myself there were 5 other photographers taking part in the day and after everyone had arrived and we had all made our introductions Karl put us to work. This wasn’t going to be one of those workshops were everything is set up for you and the model put in place and you just push the shutter, oh no right from the word go Karl asked us where we thought in the studio had the best natural light coming through and told us to grab some props and compose a scene.....
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Review: Fuji X-E2 | The Mistress | SLR Lounge

Review: Fuji X-E2 | The Mistress | SLR Lounge | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
As I write this, there are a few cameras dotting the landscape of my desk, sitting idly, waiting to be used and tested. I know their makers, their stats, and each is a fine piece of engineering in its own right. I can see the numbers written on them denoting their names, but frankly, they could be a host of other cameras in their indifference. I won’t name them, but for the most part, they’ve got about as much character as the wine I’m drinking. Actually, scratch that, the wine is developed enough to star in its own novella. Their lacking, however, has reason; like Pacific Rim cars are tools created to prop up economies of developing countries, as a rival for the moped and mule, these were produced to be tools. They are very utilitarian, function over form, and there’s nothing wrong with that. There’s another camera which I’ve just recently parted with, that’s very, very different though......
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Blurring the Lines - Twisting with the X-T1 / by Simon Weir - X Photography

Blurring the Lines - Twisting with the X-T1 /  by Simon Weir - X Photography | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
Dance is one of the most brilliant and yet most difficult things to photograph well. It involves split second timing, precise technique and a deep understanding of your subject.So sometimes it is much better to throw away all the rules and try something completely new...!That is exactly what I did last month when I photographed dancers from Jive Nation at the Marylebone Summer Fayre in London. Right from the start I knew that I wasn't going to be satisfied with conventional "sharp" images - there were too many dancers in too small a space so it was impossible to isolate a subject. Instead I used a slow shutter speed technique of dragging the shutter by twisting the camera about the lens axis during the exposure. I first saw this demonstrated by Zack Arias at a GPP workshop last year and have been waiting for a good subject to try it out.
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Tested: XF10-24 review at riflessifotografici (by Donato Chirulli) - Fuji Rumors

Tested: XF10-24 review at riflessifotografici (by Donato Chirulli) - Fuji Rumors | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
Tested: XF10-24 review at riflessifotografici (by Donato Chirulli)
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Shooting a wedding with the Fuji System

Shooting a wedding with the Fuji System | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
I shot my second wedding on Friday using just the fuji system.  I can't show the results from the first wedding I shot with them as the bride and groom want to see the images before they let them out in the wild.  But for the Friday wedding, I was second shooting and I know…
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DEDPXL Dispatch :: Cuba

DEDPXL Dispatch :: Cuba | Fuji X in New York | Scoop.it
Stop Taking Pictures That Suck! Resources, eductional videos, tips and opinion from photographer Zack Arias.
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