When using the camera in manual mode, if I change the aperture from 5.6 to 8 the viewfinder, screen and eye, flickers back and forth between the two brightness levels. It seems to expose correctly but the flicker is disconcerting. I hope it is not the beginning of something worse. Any...
Share your Fuji kit.
I was working with some different camera settings today and took a shot of my X100 kit today.
Lensmate thumb grip
Fujifilm EF-20 flash
NPT-04 wireless remote shoe trigger
Manfrotto phone mount
Instax SP-2 printer w/film
Hi, I just got a deal on an X100 and am waiting for it to arrive from Qatar, and was looking about and saw that Michael Hanke of the Czech Republic just received the second prize for the category of Sports: Stories in the World Photojournalism contest. The cool thing is that he shot these...
Has anyone tried the TM49 Hoocap (49mm) on a Fuji X100, X100S, or X100T? I've looked all over the internet and can't find any mention of the two together. Don't feel like spending $50 just to test it out.
Also curious if anyone has tried any of the following:
TR62 Hoocap on Fuji XF 23mm 1.4...
OK, a little history I currently shoot with X-Pro1 & X-T1 but have a real thing for an X100 which I've tried twice now and on both occasions seem to have been thwarted with.
I bought an S around 18 months ago and to be honest was mildly disappointed with it - I guess I was really expecting it...
One of my favourite cameras is a step closer to becoming electronic junk.
My second X100 is showing symptoms of Sticky Aperture Blades (SAB). My first X100 started displaying symptoms during the warranty period and Fujifilm Canada fixed it quickly and for no charge. The second is out of...
Grilling season has arrived to our northern climate. On the menu the other night was a grilled pork chop with brussel sprouts and sweet potato.
I'll try to catch up with your postings tomorrow from work.
Strawberries are my latest addiction. I'm trying to lose some weight......it's tough. I LOVE food.
I've heard it said that people don't get fat from eating too much fruit. So anytime i get hungry, I'm going to have a tall glass of water and pig out on some fruit. Wish me luck!
I put the X100 in macro mode and clicked a few off blindly.....it was so bright I could hardly even see the screen. This was the best of them, but it's not easy getting this close to the bee while walking the dogs.
Someone who lives near the record store loves the little birdies because on EVERY block in every direction that are multiple bird houses.
I think it's pretty cool that someone does this to encourage the birds to hang out in the city. Even when kids write funny stuff on them....this one really...
I was walking the dogs along the lake this morning and the nearly featureless sky was screaming at me.....hey look over here.....negative space. Pretty unimaginative, but it's done.
Also, I usually HATE horizons cutting an image in half, so I went with a square crop. Somehow I feel that makes...
Here's an HDR I did from 3 exposures. Then I converted to black and white with wild tweaks to each color channel to make it super dramatic.
I really like doing this heavy processing to churches. Maybe I'm secretly fighting back at them for all the heavy processing they did to my young mind.
Here's a wrought iron gate that serves as an entry point to a garden at a local museum. Shooting against the bright mid-day sky, I dialed in +2 EV overexposure to capture the detail in the iron. I added a bit of artificial grain to make it look more like film and add some interest to the blown...
It's been raining a lot here lately. Everything is super green. We also painted our front door a very soft shade of green so when I saw Charlie peering out the door after another rain, I thought I'd take the easy way out for the "one colour" prompt.
As I was putting records out in the shop yesterday, I ran across this Ella LP. I love well-cared LPs from the 50s. The thick, laminated covers are so beautiful. And when I find them in condition like new it gives me a thrill. This record is 55 years old. And it looks like it just came from the...
My wife and I fell in love with the bold pattern of the swirly chair when we first saw it. We also thought it would be great because the pattern would help to hide all the pet hair (2 dogs and 2 cats). What we failed to take into account was that Lucy would treat it as her personal dog bed every...
I was trying to get a good macro shot of the dandelion seeds....the fluffy white bits. I missed. There's a few of their stems that are kind of in focus, but mainly it's a big fluffy soft, out of focus treat.
A successful dandelion macro is being saved in reserve in case I don't get one I...
As I was out shooting dandelions yesterday, I realized there was a little amphitheater that in a couple months will be filled with people enjoying live music. But right now on this day, there is definitely a conspicuous absence of people.
2 down, 35 to go
Last photo shoot for the month. Went back to the bridge where I took the first picture of the month overlooking the dam on Exeter River but didn't find a new perspective that I found interesting enough or that added anything new so I settled for this snap of a woman walking her dog.
We have these planted down our long driveway. They are in full sun and I always struggle with exposure. Today I dialled in -1EV and it worked (doh!!).
Processed in PPS 6 to add contrast and enhance the colour (which is not now true to life).