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Fuji Film or Fuji Digital? A Giveaway! | Rebecca Lily

Fuji Film or Fuji Digital? A Giveaway! | Rebecca Lily | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

 

Just for fun, I’m doing a little giveaway here on my blog! As a photographer who shoots both Fujifilm and a Fuji X-E1 digital camera, I’ve had great interest in emulating the pastel look of overexposed, pro lab scanned Fuji Pro 400H film for my digital work to get cohesive results with both mediums. What began as a personal quest has found its way into my upcoming Pro Set II for Lightroom and ACR, which will be released next week. So, here is the challenge: look at the above images (you can click to see them larger). Then post in the comments what you think each image was shot on, Fujifilm Pro 400H, or the Fuji X-E1 post-processed in Lightroom with one of my new Pro presets.

The first one to guess both correctly wins, and gets to choose between:
- 3 boxes (15 rolls) of 120 Fujifilm Pro 400H
- My new Lightroom & ACR Pro Set II ...


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Fujifilm XF 14mm F2.8 R review | Digital Photography Review

Fujifilm XF 14mm F2.8 R review | Digital Photography Review | Fujifilm X Serie APS C sensor cameras | Scoop.it

Overall conclusion

The XF 14mm F2.8 R is a relatively rare example of a genuinely wideangle, high quality prime lens for any camera type other than full frame SLRs. The closest comparisons lie with the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm 1:2 for Micro Four Thirds and Pentax's smc DA 15mm F4 ED AL Limited for its APS-C SLRs, both of which also offer premium metal-barrelled construction and 'proper' manual focus rings with distance and depth of field scales. Indeed the 14mm's push/pull manual focus switchover mechanism bears more than a passing resemblance to Olympus's version. They're not strictly alternatives, of course; they all work on different camera systems. But of the three, the 14mm offers the widest view.

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