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Fuji in the mist | Matt Wilkinson

Fuji in the mist | Matt Wilkinson | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Haven't been out in a while with my camera as I've been busy shooting and editing a couple of music videos for some local bands, been dying to get out with the X-pro so went for a walk round the local farm estate the other day, I've known the owner since i was a boy so i'm lucky that i can come and go as i please. Although its not a massive piece of woodland i could spend hours just wondering around. Its so peaceful and quiet, which helps me take my time with my shots thinking about the composition and being more selective with my shots and i enjoy the challenge of coming to the same place and capturing different things.....

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Autumn colors with the Fuji X-Pro 1 | Gabor Nagy Photography

Autumn colors with the Fuji X-Pro 1 | Gabor Nagy Photography | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Beside its great high ISO capability and amazing image quality, one of the best feature of the X-Pro 1 its weight. It's not that I dislike my Canon gear, I just hate carrying the big heavy DSLR everywhere, but the Fuji fits into my pocket (ok, a bigger pocket) easily and I don't have to compromise on the camera performance. Actually, when I have a bag with me I quite often find myself checking if it's still there (I have to lose that annoying or rather paranoid habit). But one thing I don't want to give up is carrying a camera with me everywhere and the Fuji X-Pro 1 is perfect for that.

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Autumn in Germany | Thomas Menk

Autumn in Germany  | Thomas Menk | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


... the last beautiful days of autumn with the X-Pro1

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First signs of Autumn | Nick Lukey

First signs of Autumn | Nick Lukey | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


Woke up to find a blanket of fog covering the valley this morning, and a garden covered in dew laden cobwebs. The spiders are so busy I am always amazed to see just how much work goes into a cobweb. The faintest breath of wind and the webs sway, making focus difficult. I shot these pictures this morning using the Fuji 55-200 which offers me better control over background detail as well as precise subject framing. The sun was breaking through but the light was still nice and diffused, I like shooting cobwebs contre jour as you get a nice rimlight on the dew....

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Final Thoughts on the X-Pro 1…for now | Kate Lockhart

Final Thoughts on the X-Pro 1…for now | Kate Lockhart | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it


So, as I mentioned previously, I spent quite a bit of time this fall carrying the Fuji X-Pro 1 with me everywhere. There were two motivations for this. First, I wanted to spend more time with the camera in the hopes that I would get to know it better and feel more comfortable with it. And second, I wanted to get back into the habit of carrying a camera with me everywhere. I was pretty good about carrying the camera with me every time I went out. It’s small enough that size and weight weren’t ever an issue, and unobtrusive enough that I didn’t feel like a total tool having it hanging from my side. But notice I used the past tense. The fact is, even after a few weeks of carrying it with me everywhere, I still haven’t fallen in love with the X-Pro 1 like I did with the X100. Part of me feels guilty about that. It’s a very nice camera and I feel like Fuji got a lot of things really right about it – the manual controls, button layout, the new “Q” menu, excellent high ISO performance, great lenses – but for whatever reason I haven’t connected to it and it shows. The photos I’ve taken with it are just meh. So, while I hate lugging around my DSLR everywhere I go (so I don’t), when I feel like I really want or need to make great images I grab the Nikon. When portability matters more than anything else, that’s when I grab the X-Pro 1. And it seems like that’s how it’s going to be, at least for now.

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Fall Colors with the X-Pro1 | Anthony Tokarz

Fall Colors with the X-Pro1 | Anthony Tokarz | Fuji X-Pro1 | Scoop.it

 

Well the new Fuji firmware updates have been installed and we are a click-in away. Some areas of the USA have just some beautiful areas to capture the Fall colors. Central Indiana is not one of them! Especially this year we have had the drought and extreme heat. So when the colors started to arrive I was not sure what we would have. Well we had about 4 days of golden and brown color. Fortunately we had perfect weather to go view the beauty. Recently I have had two things slow me down. One is back problems and the other is a camera that demands my time. Anyone know which camera that is? I just can not move around as much anymore, which means I do get more blurry images. So I started using a Benro travel tripod for most everything I shoot with the X-Pro1. Including my portrait sessions. For the price the tripod can't be beat. Its aluminum. I just can not see an advantage to carbon for the price. So again, I am shooting all these images in Vivid film JPEG. Looking at the images below I have been shooting exposure bracketing and post processing in NIK software suite of HDR and Color Efex Pro for final output. I do live in Lightroom and NIK software. However one of the companies that has recently peaked my interest is On One Software with their new 7 suite. I may have to give that a try once it arrives at the end of this month. Another item I am interested in is the Samyang 8mm wide angle. For the price the web reviews sound very promising. So maybe you will see my review of these coming products in my X-Pro1 imaging. Now on to the images.

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