Fuji THEE X-Pro 1 thread for your 35mm lens photos

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
Southern California
Gary Ayala
I have a bunch of Blue Notes (I presume you mean CDs....although I have some LPs too, but they go really fast). My store is known to all the jazzbos. If there's any specific ones you need let me know. Otherwise, I could shoot the CD racks and you could browse ;)
You are a shopkeeper! Have we an online website to purchase your wares? I'd much prefer to purchase from you than those I don't know and haven't insulted.

G
 

stanleyk

Top Veteran
May 23, 2011
Taylor, Texas
Friday PM. On Stanley and Ruby I think this was perhaps the second time I had tried in the camera B/W. The sun was almost down and I think it's ISO 2500. This camera is pretty amazing. I may use the in camera B/W more. I'm just too impatient (and definitely not competent enough for sure) with Lightroom and Silver EFX. I think it's why I like this camera so much. I can just shoot JPEG's and be done with it.
 
Nov 11, 2011
Milwaukee, WI USA
Luke
Steve.....consider setting it up to save as RAW + JPEG.....RAW is always full color, even when set to black and white.....so your JPEG will be b/w and if for some reason you need color, you can still have the RAW data. great shots, btw!
 

stanleyk

Top Veteran
May 23, 2011
Taylor, Texas
Trains and cotton. There is some kind of hunting season going on. It sound like Afghanistan outside. I was afraid to take the dogs to the lake this AM because of all the gunfire. Sometimes I really miss living in the city.
 

Penfan2010

All-Pro
Jul 21, 2012
NJ, USA
Ed
First photos with X-Pro1

Bought Luke's X-Pro 1 and received it today. I've been long without a DSLR, so the X-Pro 1, she is a beast compared to my digital Pens! Sturdy, hefty, feel; closest to my Leica M3.

Got to take a few random shots around the house this afternoon, all with the 35mm F1.4, except the last 2 photos, which were taken with my OM-Zuiko 50mm 1.4 and the OM to Fuji X adapter. Extremely sharp images; only thing I noticed was that roses were over saturated when I first opened files in Aperture, so I toned down saturation and vibrancy. Need to check the manual to ensure less saturation in camera. Any advice re: settings welcome.


With the Fujinon 35mm F1.4:
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


With the OM-Zuiko 50mm F1.4 via Rainbowimaging adapter:
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)


Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)
 
Nov 11, 2011
Milwaukee, WI USA
Luke
pinks and reds are always tough for some reason. I felt like the Fuji handled them better than most cameras, but I'm also kind of a n00b. My old E-P3 was always blowing out the reds.....all blocked up. I couldn't live with it. If you don't get any suggestions here, I would browse at the XForums. It's pretty inactive, but it had traffic awhile ago so I sometimes use it like a library of information.
 

Penfan2010

All-Pro
Jul 21, 2012
NJ, USA
Ed
Thanks, Luke. I was really surprised at how blown out they were, but no big deal fixing in post. I will take a look at the XForums as you've suggested. Thanks again, great camera.
 

Latest posts

Latest threads

Top Bottom