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Art Producers Speak: Alex Farnum

Art Producers Speak: Alex Farnum | Photography | Scoop.it
We emailed Art Buyers and Art Producers around the world asking them to submit names of established photographers who were keeping it fresh and up-and-comers who they are keeping their eye on.

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Fly On A Dandelion Macro... | by | RedGage

Fly On A Dandelion Macro... | by | RedGage | Photography | Scoop.it
Fly On A Dandelion Macro...
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Fujinon XF 60mm macro nature photography review | Gergely Nagy

Fujinon XF 60mm macro nature photography review | Gergely Nagy | Photography | Scoop.it


I am a happy owner of a Fuji 60mm XF macro lens for a month by now. Here I will write down the most common experiences what I had with it.

All of these pictures what you see, are the original jpegs. Just right from the fuji X-E1.

 

Lets start with the bad news. The autofocus is far from good. It is slow, and sometimes it has difficulties to find the focus even in normal light. It can struggle really hard. I found for the best solution if I switch to manual mode. Like that I can focus with the AE-L/AF-L button, and  in the same time I can override manually. It worked quite well like this. The manual focus is really strange… But not as terrible as the people write it on forums. (Except when you need to focus from the closest of the fairest distance. That is awful.)

Before it I used a 105mm Vr Nikkor, so I can make some comparison....

Conclusion:

It is a very well built, tough little lens. With very good sharpness and details. The autofocus sometimes is a pain, but in manual focus it’s working well. Mostly when you use it for close subjects. (And for what else would you use a macro lens? By the way, it wouldn’t be bad for portraits too. I will use, I am sure!) Actually the use of the manual focus and the electronic viewfinder together, was absolutely amazing for macro photography. I think, we will work very well together with this lens.


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Hannah Sanders's curator insight, October 31, 2014 8:45 AM

I really want to get involved in nature photography and I love being outside and taking pictures.

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Twitter / k8lyn_21: Well thanks biology book for ...

Twitter / k8lyn_21: Well thanks biology book for ... | Photography | Scoop.it
Well thanks biology book for those very special graphics. ❤ http://t.co/UXE9U5e0oT
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Helios 44m-4 Portraits

Helios 44m-4 Portraits | Photography | Scoop.it
A small post today. I took some portraits of kids in the rain a couple of days ago. This lens is really something. All shot wide open at f/2. on the X-Pro1. The images in black and white from this ...

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