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The Gradual Move Towards Fujifilm: An Interview with Patrick La Roque

The Gradual Move Towards Fujifilm: An Interview with Patrick La Roque | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it

Welcome to our series of 100 interviews we will be holding with professional photographers who use mirrorless cameras for work! "Switching to a smaller and lighter system" has become somewhat of a ...

Welcome to our series of 100 interviews we will be holding with professional photographers who use mirrorless cameras for work! “Switching to a smaller and lighter system” has become somewhat of a buzz phrase as of late, but many working photographers take this philosophy seriously. From medical reasons such as resolving back and shoulder pain to the simple realisation that bigger does not mean better, photographers are turning to mirrorless systems now more than ever before.

This week’s interview is with freelance photographer Patrick La Roque from Montreal, Canada. He uses the Fuji X-Pro1 and X100 to shoot a variety of subjects, including “people, spaces, street and products.” An official Fuji X Photographer and founding member of the Kage Collective, he has an influential presence in the online photography world, though he will modestly tell you that he’s “just a guy looking to tell a story!”

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New York City With The M9 (And A Fuji X Pro-1)

New York City With The M9 (And A Fuji X Pro-1) | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it

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hpc's curator insight, August 25, 2013 3:16 AM

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MACLEAN PHOTOGRAPHIC: REVIEW: Fuji X100S v Fuji X100

Anyone who reads this blog will know that the Fujifilm Finepix X100 is my favourite walkabout camera. It can produce images that rival the much larger Nikon D800, it is beautiful to look at and is so well screwed together that I'm sure it will last me years.  My X100 is a limited edition 'black' version and came with a few special extras in the box when I bought it last October.

 In March 2013 Fuji unveiled the X100S, an updated version of the X100 with improvements in several areas including the use of a 16mp X-Trans sensor from the X-Pro1 / XE-1, full 1080P HD video and a faster AF system.  I played with an X100S at the Focus on Imaging Show in March but last week I was able to get my hands on one for a long term test.


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The Fuji X-E1 photo production | Artgriffo

The Fuji X-E1 photo production | Artgriffo | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it


I’ve posted a number of images on my google+ and artgriffo.tumblr.com blog already. So here are a few recently taken on a photo walk about with my club pals. All images are taken with the Fuji X-E1 and 18-55mm/2.8-4 lens and to my eyes I cannot fault it. I set the camera mainly to 400 iso on aperture priority and set about looking for abstract and street photos. I was particularly pleased with the Monument tube station image (800iso) where the camera proved quite capable of getting the detail from the darker areas and at the same time handling the brighter lights of the station. All the images have been edited in LR4, where I have reduce the highlights and increase the shadow brightness. (a Serge Ramelli tip!) I have enhanced a little colour to taste as it was an overcast day, and with the architecture shot I have used a preset from Trey Ratcliff as a starter and then made some subtle changes to it. Overall I can’t think of a single item of this camera that I would want  changed. It focuses fast enough for me, its sharp, has a very easy menu to use. The lens is superb (18-55mm/2.8-4) and an absolute joy to use. This setup just makes me want to get out more and shoot ....


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Bolsena Photo Festival: incontro con Tano D'amico - OnTuscia.it

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BOLSENA - (c) Una foto non ruba l'anima ma una buona foto l'anima ce l'ha.
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Fujifilm X100s | Not only Street Photography - Dennis Berti | Chio Garcia | Mexico | Cabo Wedding Photographers | Destination Wedding Photographers

Fujifilm X100s | Not only Street Photography - Dennis Berti | Chio Garcia | Mexico | Cabo Wedding Photographers | Destination Wedding Photographers | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it
I’m incredibly happy with my Fujifilm X100s, i think is the best carry-on mirrorless camera in the market, super light, silent and with this vintage style that i really love.

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Rediscovering the pleasure of black and white photography with the Fuji X100s | MirrorLessons – The Best Mirrorless Camera Reviews 2013

Rediscovering the pleasure of black and white photography with the Fuji X100s | MirrorLessons – The Best Mirrorless Camera Reviews 2013 | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it
Mirrorless camera reviews and comparisons right at your virtual doorstep!

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David Knoble's curator insight, June 30, 2013 8:01 AM

I disagree, I think there are noticeable differences with the color black and white film modes-it depends on the colors of your subject.  However, great post on black and white and use of JPEGs.

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Could Compact Camera Systems Replace DSLRs?

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“I’d rather have a DSLR for the money” – I’ve heard these words one too many times when talking about mirrorless cameras with beginner photographers.

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FUJI FILM / Gianluca Colla | The Trip Mag || Il mondo come non l'hai ...

FUJI FILM / Gianluca Colla | The Trip Mag || Il mondo come non l'hai ... | gianlucapolazzo | Scoop.it
Luci, ombre e colori sfacciati, toni puri e violenti, contrasti forti, saturazioni intense. Spingo sempre le immagini al limite per ricercare la resa cromatica in cui più mi identifico.
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