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Fuji XF 35mm f1.4 vs XF 35mm f2 | Ted A. Vieira

Fuji XF 35mm f1.4 vs XF 35mm f2 | Ted A. Vieira | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
These are my thoughts on the differences between these two lenses. Hopefully this might help you if you’re looking to buy a 35mm lens but not sure which one to get. Of course everybody is different. I’d really recommend that you try out both lenses for yourself. I think that shooting for just a few minutes with each lens will help you decide. I wrote a couple posts on these lenses. This first link goes to a post I put together initially after I bought the XF 35mm f1.4 version (before trying the f2 version).......
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X100T, MY TRAVEL BUDDY | Ivan Joshua Loh

X100T, MY TRAVEL BUDDY | Ivan Joshua Loh | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
A few days ago DP review just awarded the X100T the best compact camera for travel. X100T is one of the most capable compact camera with all the controls literally on your finger tips. The hybrid electronic/ optical viewfinder is such a joy to use. These are some of the reasons why I am in love with this sexy looking camera. Another reason is the flash sync of 1/4000. This is possible because X100T’s 23mm bright F2 lens has a leaf shutter. When the opportunity arise; I will pair it with strobe lights to have some fun at work. Freezing at 1/4000 is not every camera’s cup of tea. Maybe I should bestow another award unto X100T as the best compact camera for commercial photography! I am late comer to join X100T club. Having it for about 6 month. And it has been my travel buddy time to time. Here is a collection of pictures taken with the X100T around sunny Singapore......
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Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland

Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
I am one of those people who think a camera is an essential component of any travel inventory. Documenting a journey is important but a camera can often be a burden, the weight, the value and the fear of damage can mean it is left at home more often than not. The Fujifilm X100 camera changes the photographic landscape, now in it’s third generation the X100T brings some powerful features to an exceptionally portable image maker making it a contender for the Ultimate Travel Camera label. Is the Fixed Lens a Problem? The Fujifilm X100 series offers a 35mm field of view. This medium-wide lens is perfect for documentary photography from landscapes through to group or wide portraits. Having a fixed lens may feel restrictive but it is actually remarkably liberating to just have one field of view, you can zoom with your feet and 35mm really is ideal on most occasions......
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Ultimate Landscape - Part1: X-Series Kit | Pete Bridgwood

Ultimate Landscape - Part1: X-Series Kit  | Pete Bridgwood | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
With their X-series cameras, Fujifilm are creating the ultimate tools for Landscape Photographers. The soulful images created by X-trans sensors have a characteristic ‘feel’ that’s impossible to achieve using anything else. X-series cameras are also incredibly intuitive, they are a joy to use, and that translates into a more emotive overall experience; the landscape ‘aesthetic’ is no longer so restricted to experience of the final print, but extends right back to the image capturing stage, on location. Given such tantalising possibilities of artistic enlightenment, it’s no surprise that so many photographers are making the switch to Fuji, but for many Landscape Photographer converts, these are often secondary discoveries. The decision to switch systems is often driven by the massive size and weight advantages of the X-series cameras over their outdated alternatives......
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61 best iPhone and iPad apps of 2015 – Productivity, photos, games and more

61 best iPhone and iPad apps of 2015 – Productivity, photos, games and more | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
Here's our selection of the very best apps available on iOS What used to happen for free with crappy VHS players is now the subject of an app that lets you turn photos into glitchy works of art.
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Photographer Captures People's Reactions When Told They Are Beautiful

Photographer Captures People's Reactions When Told They Are Beautiful | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
What's your response when you're told that you're beautiful?
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Exposition Warhol Unlimited - Google Play

Exposition Warhol Unlimited - Google Play | Miscealanous | Scoop.it

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Application mobile de l'exposition Warhol Unlimited

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VSCO Cam

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“VSCO Cam is an iPhone & iPod Touch camera app w/ elegant, minimal processing options. The sleek interface & streamlined workflow enables users to quickly create gorgeous images to share via major social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.”
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LinkedIn Leads - Make them beg you to work with them.

LinkedIn Leads - Make them beg you to work with them. | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
LinkedIn Leads to Get You More Business

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Marty Koenig's curator insight, March 20, 2013 9:40 PM

Worked for me. 

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Thank you for all the rescoops!
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X100T, MY TRAVEL BUDDY | Ivan Joshua Loh

X100T, MY TRAVEL BUDDY | Ivan Joshua Loh | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
A few days ago DP review just awarded the X100T the best compact camera for travel. X100T is one of the most capable compact camera with all the controls literally on your finger tips. The hybrid electronic/ optical viewfinder is such a joy to use. These are some of the reasons why I am in love with this sexy looking camera. Another reason is the flash sync of 1/4000. This is possible because X100T’s 23mm bright F2 lens has a leaf shutter. When the opportunity arise; I will pair it with strobe lights to have some fun at work. Freezing at 1/4000 is not every camera’s cup of tea. Maybe I should bestow another award unto X100T as the best compact camera for commercial photography! I am late comer to join X100T club. Having it for about 6 month. And it has been my travel buddy time to time. Here is a collection of pictures taken with the X100T around sunny Singapore......
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Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland

Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
I am one of those people who think a camera is an essential component of any travel inventory. Documenting a journey is important but a camera can often be a burden, the weight, the value and the fear of damage can mean it is left at home more often than not. The Fujifilm X100 camera changes the photographic landscape, now in it’s third generation the X100T brings some powerful features to an exceptionally portable image maker making it a contender for the Ultimate Travel Camera label. Is the Fixed Lens a Problem? The Fujifilm X100 series offers a 35mm field of view. This medium-wide lens is perfect for documentary photography from landscapes through to group or wide portraits. Having a fixed lens may feel restrictive but it is actually remarkably liberating to just have one field of view, you can zoom with your feet and 35mm really is ideal on most occasions......
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Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland

Is the X100T the Ultimate Travel Camera? | David Cleland | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
I am one of those people who think a camera is an essential component of any travel inventory. Documenting a journey is important but a camera can often be a burden, the weight, the value and the fear of damage can mean it is left at home more often than not. The Fujifilm X100 camera changes the photographic landscape, now in it’s third generation the X100T brings some powerful features to an exceptionally portable image maker making it a contender for the Ultimate Travel Camera label. Is the Fixed Lens a Problem? The Fujifilm X100 series offers a 35mm field of view. This medium-wide lens is perfect for documentary photography from landscapes through to group or wide portraits. Having a fixed lens may feel restrictive but it is actually remarkably liberating to just have one field of view, you can zoom with your feet and 35mm really is ideal on most occasions......
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English and Its Undeserved Good Luck: Lingua Franca

English and Its Undeserved Good Luck: Lingua Franca | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
"In my post last week I cited a few ways in which English is unsuitable as a global language, and mentioned that its being one anyway is attributable at least in part to undeserved luck. Of course, it wasn’t all luck." Tags: language, colonialism, diffusion, culture, English.
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jorden harris's curator insight, March 10, 10:02 AM
the fact that out of all of the languages that could have been a lingua franca is suprising J.H.
Logan scully's curator insight, March 10, 10:13 AM
It is astouding to me that out of all those languages that could have been a lingua franca.-L.S.
Cohen Adkins's curator insight, March 10, 10:18 AM
In my opinion i believe that English should be used and learned by every country since most of the world already uses it.It would be more convenient for others to speak English however people should also be required to learn a side language and not just for college. -C.A
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7 Must-Read Tips For Taking Amazing iPhone Photos

7 Must-Read Tips For Taking Amazing iPhone Photos | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
Try these tips to get the most out of your iPhone’s camera.
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Eye-Opening Portraits of People Living in Cramped Capsule Hotels Hidden in Tokyo

Eye-Opening Portraits of People Living in Cramped Capsule Hotels Hidden in Tokyo | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
“ Photographer Won Kim took up residence in a tiny, hidden Tokyo hotel to capture portraits of the backpackers living there for his Enclosed: Living Small series. "This diminutive, bare-bones hotel takes up one floor of an office building," Kim wrote on his website. "It is composed of a few hallways, along which the proprietor has built tiny living compartments, …none with enough headroom to stand up straight inside. Separated only by unfinished plywood, the spaces have no windows or door, only a”
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See India Through Steve McCurry's Lens

See India Through Steve McCurry's Lens | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
Steve McCurry's India is the subject of a new show at the Rubin Museum of Art
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La Pure Prod met du webclip dans le webzine My Global Bordeaux

La Pure Prod met du webclip dans le webzine My Global Bordeaux | Miscealanous | Scoop.it
My Global Bordeaux feat La Pure Prod (Nicolas Chauveau, Hervé Morin et Xavier Gamby) pour une collaboration en images et en son appelée à lancer les webisodes d'Isa.

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Jacques Tang's curator insight, March 21, 2013 10:50 AM

L'inauguration du Pont Chaban Delmas à Bordeaux!

Henri Guérin's curator insight, March 23, 2013 6:48 AM

Une belle promesse d'agence.