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Loft Photoshoot BTS + My Favorite Camera!!!

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A Decade of Precious Memories – Thank You Fuji! by  Philip Sutton

A Decade of Precious Memories – Thank You Fuji! by  Philip Sutton | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it

I have been a photographer now for longer than I care to remember. ...

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Around 15 years ago healing finally came. ... I eventually ditched the heavy DSLR kit and settled for something much smaller and lighter. By chance or destiny or whatever, I ended up joining the Fuji ‘Club’. ...

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Philip Sutton has been a photographer for over 30 years. Philip uses Fuji gear for quite a time, and excels in documentary, street photography and organised shoots.

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Fuji Guys - Spill the Beans - What Is F-Log?

Fuji guy Francis shows you what is F-Log and when you should use it.

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My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4

My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4 | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Photographer Joseph D'Agostino reviews the Fujifilm X-E4 mirrorless camera after spending months with it and the new 27mm f/2.8 II.
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A Look at FUJIFILM's Newest Film Simulation: ETERNA Bleach  Bypass  /  Dan Bailey

Fuji's ETERNA Bleach Bypass film simulation offers a unique look by producing a color image that looks very close to black and white. With a dynamic range similar to CLASSIC CHROME, ETERNA Bleach Bypass pulls the color and saturation almost all the way back towards monochrome territory, but retains enough dynamic range to give the shot some additional drama. This style offers a lot of creative options.

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Fuji's XF 16mm 1.4 - The Sublime One! by Philip Sutton 

Fuji's XF 16mm 1.4 - The Sublime One! by Philip Sutton  | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it

A non scientific review of the Fuji XF 16mm 1.4 lens.

 

Well – I guess it was inevitable, wasn’t it?  I had heard about ‘it’ for many years.  Photographers raved about ‘it’ saying that ‘it’ was Fuji’s greatest lens.  They said that once you bought ‘it’ you could never put ‘it’ down.  One tester said it was akin to dating the ‘Prom Queen’ – after that you could never go back to the “chick next door”.  I put it off for so many reasons.  ...

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We all know, having heard it many times, that it is not the gear that makes the photographer. However, this mantra has always left me wondering, to say the least, if it doesn't seem to me to be largely wrong.If it is undeniable that a photographer will always be able to obtain a satisfactory or even striking photograph whatever the gear he has at his disposal in a given situation, it seems to me indeed that nobody can seriously defend that some equipment is not better suited for the job than others in certain situations. If it is undeniable that a photographer with a certain expertise will always be able to obtain a satisfactory or even striking photograph whatever the equipment he has at his disposal, that no one can seriously defend that certain gear is not better than others in certain situations.

 

The lightness and the small size of the equipment are characteristics whose importance is generally not sufficiently taken in account..

 

In the same line of thought, switching from a zoom lens to a fixed focal length lens simplifies the choices that the photographer must make.

 

This seems particularly appropriate for documentary photography.

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Fujifilm X-Trans III + X-T30 & X-T3 Film Simulation Recipe: Chrome Bypass by Ritchie Roesch

Fujifilm X-Trans III + X-T30 & X-T3 Film Simulation Recipe: Chrome Bypass by Ritchie Roesch | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Don't Walk Under Falling Bicycles - Farmington, UT - Fujifilm X-T30 - "Chrome Bypass" There are a number of X-Trans IV film simulation recipes that I've had multiple requests to create versions for that are compatible with X-Trans III and X-T3 and X-T30 cameras. LomoChrome Metropolis and Bleach Bypass are two that are commonly requested.…
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Instant Autofocus for Fujifilm / Pal2tech

Instant Autofocus feature for Fujifilm cameras. How to use the Instant AF setting in combination with the AF-S and AF-C options.
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“SILVER CYAN” – Film Simulation Recipe – by Craig Bergonzoni

“SILVER CYAN” – Film Simulation Recipe – by Craig Bergonzoni | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
"SILVER CYAN" BASE FILM SIMULATION: PRO Neg HiDYNAMIC RANGE: DR100HIGHLIGHT:-2SHADOW:-1COLOR:+2WHITE BALANCE: 5300KWB SHIFT: R: -4, B:6NOISE REDUCTION:0SHARPENING:+4GRAIN EFFECT: WEAK This recipe was created on my X-H1 but you should be able recreate the main aspects of it on many of the X-Series...
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Fujifilm X-Trans IV Film Simulation Recipe: Vintage Vibes / Ritchie Roesch

Fujifilm X-Trans IV Film Simulation Recipe: Vintage Vibes / Ritchie Roesch | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Autumn Aspen – Big Arm, MT – Fujifilm X100V - "Vintage Vibes" Accidents happen. Sometimes they're happy accidents that lead to great discoveries, and sometimes they're not. An example of one that wasn't happy is when Omar Gonzalez accidentally used Classic Chrome instead of Classic Negative with the Agfa Vista 100 film simulation recipe. When I…
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Fujifilm X-E4 Review / imaging resource

Fujifilm X-E4 Review / imaging resource | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
The new Fujifilm X-E4 refreshes this compact, intermediate-level rangefinder-style X Series model with Fuji's latest sensor and new performance feature. See our Fuji X-E4 preview for all the details!
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FUJIFILM XF 18mm f/1.4 R LM WR Lens | Hands-on Review

Introducing the FUJIFILM XF 18mm f/1.4 R LM WR, a lens that is both sturdy and versatile, able to stand the test of time on all your photography adventures. This works as a landscape, environmental portrait and street photograph lens. Features include 28mm (35mm equivalent), aperture range of f/1.4 to f/16, linear autofocus motor, weather-sealed construction and more

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TTArtisan 50mm F1.2 lens review (Fuji X mount) – yukosteel – photo equipment blog

TTArtisan 50mm F1.2 lens review (Fuji X mount) – yukosteel – photo equipment blog | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Today I'm writing a review for quite interesting compact 50mm lens - TTArtisan 50mm F1.2 . This sample is just received from one of TTArtisan dealers - bestar.foto on Amazon (thank you!), so I'm also including non-affiliated links to their listed TTArtisan products . DISCLAIMER: You could see in most other articles that I'm typically…
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Using Fujifilm X RAW Studio / pal2tech

How to use Fujifilm X RAW Studio to process your Fujifilm photos. This video covers the installation, use, camera settings needed, and workflow for processing your Fujifilm RAW files.
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Fujifilm Counterfeit Battery Notice Update

Fujifilm Counterfeit Battery Notice Update | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Counterfeit products are a big problem and Fujifilm just re-upped its warning about counterfeit batteries. Maybe the pandemic has lead to more entrepreneurial thinking about earning money like producing and selling counterfeit products. Regardless you can’t go wrong if you order from a reputable retailer that sources its batteries directly from Fujifilm. 3rd party batteries […]
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Lens Adapters or ‘No Name’ Lenses for Your Fujifilm X Cameras? By Take Kayo

Lens Adapters or ‘No Name’ Lenses for Your Fujifilm X Cameras? By Take Kayo | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it

As Fujifilm X Series photographers our lens selection is limited to mostly… well, Fujifilm. There are plenty of options within this system, but sometimes there are speciality lenses we want to try, or perhaps we want to experiment with different types of glass. Fortunately, many of us have migrated from other camera systems, and we’ve bought adapters so we can use our legacy lenses on our favourite X Series bodies.[…]

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My definitive Fujifilm X Film Simulation Recipe  by ALEX COGHE PHOTOJOURNALIST

My definitive Fujifilm X Film Simulation Recipe  by ALEX COGHE PHOTOJOURNALIST | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
As an official Fujifilm X Photographer and satisfied Fujifilm X Series user of the cameras, I think I already have a fair amount of experience to share my personal recipe.
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New American Color Fujifilm Recipe | by Øyvind Nordhagen | May, 2021 by Øyvind Nordhagen

New American Color Fujifilm Recipe | by Øyvind Nordhagen | May, 2021 by Øyvind Nordhagen | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it

Ever since I discovered the work of Joel Sternfeld I’ve been obsessing over how to achieve a similar look in-camera. Here’s my take on it.

 

I think I have gotten as close as is possible. Digital is not film, but given the level of control we get with Fujifilm film simulations and in-camera processing we can get pretty close. Joel…

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Interesting recipe.

The process is particularly well described which is rare.
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Fujifilm X100V (X-Trans IV) Film Simulation Recipe: Xpro ’62 by Ritchie Roesch

Fujifilm X100V (X-Trans IV) Film Simulation Recipe: Xpro ’62 by Ritchie Roesch | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Empty Diner - Reno, NV - Fujifilm X100V - "Xpro '62" Inspiration for film simulation recipes can come from unusual places. This recipe, for example, was inspired by a promotional photograph of Ron Howard for the movie American Graffiti hanging on the wall of Mels Diner in Reno, Nevada. A little trivia: Ron Howard shoots…
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Why I Love Fujifilm Cameras by Pal2tech

Five reasons why I love Fujifilm cameras. Since my channel is lately mostly about Fujifilm, I figured my audience would want to know why I love shooting with the Fujifilm system. 

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My Own Recipe – Natura 1600 ver. 2 for X-Trans 4 - e.fung Photoblog

My Own Recipe – Natura 1600 ver. 2 for X-Trans 4 - e.fung Photoblog | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
If you like my own Natura 1600 recipe, you’ll probably love this 2nd version. In this new version, I’ve tweaked them a lot so that it looks great in both indoor and outdoor shots. This recipe makes the image looks a little bit more greenish by using WB Shift, a lot stronger shadow and less…
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Fujifilm X-Trans IV Film Simulation Recipe: Eterna v2 / Ritchie Roesch

Fujifilm X-Trans IV Film Simulation Recipe: Eterna v2 / Ritchie Roesch | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Rural Thistle - Farmington, UT - Fujifilm X-E4 - "Eterna v2" One of my favorite film simulations is Eterna. There's a special quality to it that's different than the other film simulations, with its low contrast and muted colors. Yes, you can get pretty close to Eterna using PRO Neg. Std, but you cannot completely…
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Fujifilm X-E4 Film Simulation Recipe: Ektachrome 320T / Ritchie Roesch 

Fujifilm X-E4 Film Simulation Recipe: Ektachrome 320T / Ritchie Roesch  | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Since 1938 - Farmington, UT - Fujifilm X-E4 - "Ektachrome 320T" The Ektachrome line has been around since the 1940's, but Kodak didn't introduced Ektachrome 320T, also known as Ektachrome EPJ 320T, until 1992. This was a high-speed Tungsten color-reversal (slide) film intended for use under artificial light. Tungsten films were never as popular as…
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Is Fujifilm’s Color Science Really as Good as They Say?

Is Fujifilm’s Color Science Really as Good as They Say? | Fujifilm X Series APS C sensor camera | Scoop.it
Photographer Usman Dawood looks at how Fujifilm's color science compares to the colors produced by competitor cameras on the market.
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Goodbye Fuji X100V... Hello 'Again' Fuji X100F!

This video shares my journey from the Fujifilm X100V to ultimately my return back to the X100F. It may seem backwards compared to the majority culture of having to continuously pursue the latest and greatest. But sometimes, it may just be worth it to stop and smell the roses.
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