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A Day on the Block at Big Kat's Tattoo and Barbershop - Street Anthropology

A Day on the Block at Big Kat's Tattoo and Barbershop - Street Anthropology | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

Sometimes we see the things around us in a new light when we step behind the camera. We find ourselves seeing even those whom we know and see regularly in a new light when we freeze them in time. One of the great things about street photography is that we are out there documenting the world around us. Sometimes people that we know work their way into our shots and sometimes it is complete strangers but each time we push the button on our camera we walk away with a frozen moment in time.....

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Fujifilm X-E1 Review: Phenomenal Image Quality Leaving Nothing to Be Desired | Klaus Zellweger

Fujifilm X-E1 Review: Phenomenal Image Quality Leaving Nothing to Be Desired | Klaus Zellweger | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it


Barely a year after the launch of the X-Pro1, Fujifilm introduces a second model. Our test will show whether this is its “little sister” or biggest rival. The Fujifilm X-E1 is one of the most acclaimed cameras of the year. Trimmed down externally to look retro, the newly developed X-Trans sensor outclasses the APS-C competition: excellent sharpness, pleasing “analog” color reproduction and the ability to simulate preceding Fujifilm films make this camera a much sought-after object for many photographers. With the new X-E1, Fujifilm rounds off the lower end of its range. It comes without the complex, hybrid viewfinder of the X-Pro1. This makes the camera not only lighter but also less expensive. However, it is equipped with exactly the same X-Trans sensor that is found in the X-Pro1. The picture quality of the two cameras is therefore exactly the same. By the way: Although this is a test and not a comparison, measuring the X-E1 against the X-Pro1 is unavoidable. We will conclude by discussing which target group is best served by which camera....


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Why I still love my X100 so much

Why I still love my X100 so much | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it
Back to my blog once again! This time it will contain mainly photo-related stuff but of course I have lots of photos about my family, so I am a “family photographer”. My cameras at the ...
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Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn With My Fuji X-Pro1 And X100 | Patrick Leong

Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn With My Fuji X-Pro1 And X100 | Patrick Leong | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

 

Hey everyone, what a night! Hurricane Sandy sure left a mess here in New York! Some of the roads are just beginning to open up but no trains for quite some time. The stations are completely flooded! Mayor Bloomberg said there may be buses tomorrow but they will be limited. There are people still without power. Since I couldn’t get into Manhattan, I thought I’d walk around my neighborhood to check out the damage that Hurricane Sandy left here. Since my M9 is not with me anymore (it’s on consignment for the new Leica M), I decided to walk around with my Fuji X-Pro1 and X100. I carried my X100 with me because I wanted to use it a bit more before I sell it for the Fuji X-E1. Here are the photos, I hope you all enjoy them. I hope everyone is safe here in the East Coast! Feel free to leave a comment if you live in New York or New Jersey if you have anything to say about Hurricane Sandy (or anyone else ). Take care everyone and stay safe!


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Remington Schroder's comment, October 3, 2013 9:29 PM
Natural disasters are horrible because there is never anything positive that some with the outcome.
Jordan Zemanek's comment, October 3, 2013 11:06 PM
In this article, it covers major things that affected all of New York. Just from this small example of what it did to a single town, you can only imagine the widespread damage across the state. Trees all of the way to lamp posts were destroyed. I think that the community should have got together and cleaned up to be positive about the situation.
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Fujifilm Finepix X100 Long Exposure night photography - test and sample images

Includes full crop images, behind the scene footage and full shooting information. See it here: http://goo.gl/pfaAR Outside Australia: http://goo.gl/DqvUZ To...

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Street Anthropology - Understanding the World Through Photography

Street Anthropology - Understanding the World Through Photography | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

This is a blog that deals with understanding the world through the use of photography. All photos shot with the Fuji X Series cameras including the Fuji X100 and the X-Pro 1.

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UPDATE: The Fuji X100 still rocks! | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS

UPDATE: The Fuji X100 still rocks! | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it
UPDATE: That X100 still rocks! NOTE: I have had no less than 30 emails this morning asking what strap I had on the X100. Well, here it is on Amazon!
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Project 2012 | Week 38 ( X-pro1 doing actions shots) | Luc Pher

Project 2012 | Week 38 ( X-pro1 doing actions shots) | Luc Pher | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

 

This week, I decide to try something different and use the X-pro1 to capture some actions shots together with the 35mm 1.4. The main subjects are skaters at a skate park in the city. It was a short shoot but interesting and fruitful. As most reviewer commented, the AF on the X-pro1 is “OK”. To overcome the slowness, I use pre-focusing and lots of anticipation to capture the action. Coupled with the OVF, I can see outside of the frame to see skaters coming into the frame.


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Manhattan 10/30/12

Manhattan 10/30/12 | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it
Taken from Williamsburg, Brooklyn showing Manhattan on 10/30/12. Lower Manhattan is in the dark for a second night in a row.
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Capturing The Simplicity in Chaos: The Street Photographs of Matt Obrey from the UK

Capturing The Simplicity in Chaos: The Street Photographs of Matt Obrey from the UK | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

Eric’s Note: I am happy to share the work of Matt Obrey, a street photographer based in the UK. He is part of the new revisedMEDIA collective, and I love his use of light, simplicity, and black & white + color for his work. In the streets where chaos reigns supreme, he is able to find those simple and sublime moments to find some order in this world of ours. Read more about him below and check out his images!

 

Matt: I’m a 37 year old self employed wall and floor tiler and have been shooting the streets now for around 2 years. I work with a Fuji X100 as my main camera and occasionally use my Pentax ME Super. I work in both black and white and also in colour. Im proud to be part of revisedMEDIA, a collective of photographers from around the globe.

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Fujifilm X100 – Street Photography | Almonde Studio | Fujifilm FinePix X100

Fujifilm X100 – Street Photography | Almonde Studio | Fujifilm FinePix X100 | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X100 Review Almonde Studio (Currently reading: Fujifilm X100 – Street Photography - http://t.co/m8VtfVIC...)... (Fujifilm X100 – Street Photography | Almonde Studio | @scoopit via @oliviaasusilo http://t.co/nV8JZqAU...)...
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Fujifilm WCL-X100 Wide Conversion lens Review | Digital camera lens reviews | tests & specs | What Digital Camera

Fujifilm WCL-X100 Wide Conversion lens Review | Digital camera lens reviews | tests & specs | What Digital Camera | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it
The WCL-X100 wide conversion lens has been produced for the Fujifilm X100 and provides an equivalent focal length of 28mm.
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My Life with the Fuji X100

My Life with the Fuji X100 | Fuji X-Life | Scoop.it

Lynn Lane is a photographer living in Houston, Texas and shoots primarily editorial, dance, portrait and documentary work. This blog is dedicated to his work with his Fuji X100 that is all non-commercial.

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