Cool news for Fuji X fans of VSCO
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For an idea how this is used, and whether you might like it, watch these videos:
VSCO | VIDEO: What's the best way to use V...
A nice post from one of my favorite blogs. He explores one of his most liked shots, and wonders about the use of colour and other options.
With the increasing use of filters etc., some of you might find this interesting...
The full application is pricey at around $300. Express is $99, and while obviously more limited, for those who want the RAW conversion, and then continue editing elsewhere, it might be worth a look.
I like Capture One, but I much prefer LR, so am waiting to hear about the new beta for the...
An interesting story of how missing one point in the rules disqualified a winner. The photograph is cool, and was taken with a Serious Compact.
Nomad Expediciones Fotográficas blog: National Geographic, how I won and lost the contest in less than one second
Here is the story of how the...
My kid is a good photographer, but takes video much more seriously. She is a very good editor, and has received some recognition for her work. I don't shoot video. I write and produce, but don't shoot. My cameras have unused video options.
I'd like to get her a new camera. She needs very good...
This blog post illustrates the preset in use. It resulted in a well composed photograph becoming much more compelling.
(Link fixed - thank you Pepeye)
This may have been noted elsewhere. For Nex too it seems.
From Zeiss blog:
New Family of Lenses for Mirrorless System Cameras | Camera Lens Blog
1. Three prime lenses are already in development: 2.8/12, 1.8/32 and 2.8/50 macro.
2. The lenses for the X-bayonet will come...
Today's mail brought a gift from Fuji; a cable release. Good timing because I was going to order one this weekend.
It arrived in a very nice black padded branded envelope, with a card. I suppose this isn't news to others, but it certainly was to me. I suppose they like people registering the...
A subject type where the Fuji can shine.
One comment I would make though, is that many of these photos reflect the truth of the old adage about getting as close as you can to your subject: I think closer would have been better.
Still cool though.
Habana, Cuba - a set on Flickr
I managed to get to a store today to play with the Fuji.
I haven't purchased a new camera since December '09, choosing instead to concentrate on skills, technique, and printing. I've had a blast just being a photographer, and squeezing the best out of my gear.
I know more now about what I...
I think this will be interesting and useful. I like field reviews from working photographers: his X100 review was forthright and provided the helpful stuff I need in order to make decisions. He used the X-Pro 1 last night at a concert:
Testing The Fuji X-Pro1 :: Quiet Hounds &bull...
This new essay posted on LL describes the experience, techniques, and results in very useful detail. Highly recommended.
OK, this has been floating around for a while, but it's looking a bit more real now.
I have been looking for something beyond my GF1. I’ve been considering the Nex 7 and the new Fuji, and now this - although if the Pentax does not have a built-in VF it’s likely not for me.
Choice is good…...
The 3rd part of the LL Nex 7 review is up, and focuses (sorry for the pun) on comparing the 5n and 7 noise performance over a range of ISO settings.
A lot of people have been waiting for this...
Sony NEX-7 Rolling Review