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    Just a simple candid street style Fujigraph taken at London UK of a young man with his guitar and harmonica doing a bit of street playing.

    X-T2, 55-200mm Lens, 1/80th @ F7.1, ISO-200, Handheld.
    [​IMG]Muso (29)-03213 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr

    :ty: for looking., (y):fuji:

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    This is where the 16 would shine.
     
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    Liking the diagonal lines in this. I can imagine a mono version looking good as well, might allow you to darken the sky more and balance out the dark foreground.
     
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    If you like interesting light at the end of the afternoon, you could do worse than head for Cabot Square, where the reflectors are hundreds of feet high!

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    Strike a pose
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    I'll try it out and see how it turns out. Not really my forte landscapes so all new to me.
     
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    Does the new focus stacking update mean you do not need a slide rail for macro focus stacking?

    Thanks.
     
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    It looks like it
     
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    Thanks.
     
  11. Jelster

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    The theory is that you focus on the closest point of the subject, and then the camera will automatically adjust the focus point to infinity. You can adjust the number of frames, and how much the focus changes on each step.
     
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    Thanks Steve.
     
  13. Jelster

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    Gents (and ladies), I'm considering having the image below printed to a 40x16 canvas for my lounge and would like some feedback.

    [​IMG]Lakes_sml by Steve Jelly, on Flickr

    I haven't done this for a while, but it was shot on the T2 (one of my first on that body) so the RAW file is 6000 px wide. The colours will really work in our lounge but I'd some opinions on how it would look blown up to that size.

    I have a link to a full size image that is 7500 pixels wide - https://flic.kr/p/25Fh5wt
     
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    I can't offer any advice Steve; but that is a superb photo and would grace anyone's lounge.
     
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    :agree:
     
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    Thank you Trevor. :)
     
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    Thank you Graham. :)
     
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    Very nice Fujigraph Sir, lovely light, beautiful sky, and some really nice reflections.(y)

    George.
     
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    A few from the garden while waiting for tea. No idea what most of these are, all I know is that they are not Daffodils. XT2+90mm

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    [​IMG]Gold I by Ian, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Leaf I by Ian, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Tulip II by Ian, on Flickr

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    [​IMG]Tulips IV by Ian, on Flickr
     
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    I spent the bank holiday (and my birthday) in the Brecon Beacons. Here's a few shots... There were lots of panos, both using the sweep and the traditional multi-shot methods... Tried my first proper pano (with a tripod and everything!) for the waterfall, only to find I missed a frame in the lower left corner, so had to crop to a more traditional ratio... Still, we live and learn. ;)

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr
    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Wales by jimmyjamjoejoe, on Flickr
     
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    All great, but LOVE those tulips..
     
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    Lovely. Especially number 3
     
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    Some lovely images here - none of which are helping my efforts to resist chopping in my MFT gear for a Fuji X-series camera.

    Some interesting news about a new member of the family coming here https://www.fujirumors.com/fujifilm-x-t100-announcement-on-may-24/ which could be very interesting. I like the sound of the 'selfie' screen - I've had some lovely pictures with my toddler using this feature on my current camera.
     
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    They're all good, but really love that last one...
     
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    Went to the "Mini at Home" event at the production plant in Oxford yesterday. I bought some rim protectors for the car & had them fitted.

    Really needed a polariser, best I sell something to get the funds. As much as I love cars, I really don't excel at taking pictures of them :eek:

    redrims.jpg
     
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    Really like that shape of 'mini' and would consider one for my next car I think.

    First thing I notice isn't the lack of polariser though, it's the lack of tyre shine
     
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    Nice set of Fujigraphs Sir, with #1 & #3 being my preferred shots.(y)

    George.
     
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    Very nice Fujigraph Sir, love the comp’ and contre-jour light.(y)

    George.
     
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    I have had a few cars in my time Ian, including 3 other Mini's, but this is the best car I have ever had. A sports car when I want it to be, a family car when required, and recently it has proved invaluable at getting a load of old stuff to the tip as we declutter.

    Apologies for the tyres, I was out early yesterday to meet other members of my owners club to travel to the show, and it rained on Saturday night, so I took a bucket and my cleaning gear with me, bought some water at the services and did a quick clean when we got to Oxford. However I managed to leave my wheel cleaning stuff at home :rolleyes:. Still a good day out, 20 cars on our stand, one of our club won on the raffle, and a meal at a nice pub on the Thames on the way home..... A good day in all.
     
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    Sounds like a good day right enough. Been ages since I attended a good car show and passed one last weekend as I was on my way to visit friends (was surely tempted to stop).

    My current car almost ticks all the boxes for me, but the fact it's a three door and I'll soon have two young children means it may make way at some point (wife drives a Qashqai mind you so could cope I'm sure).

    Here's my 130i after a quick polish last weekend. LRM_EXPORT_20180507_184339.jpeg
     
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    That 2/3 door or 4/5 door thing really is a quandary if you like how your car looks. I had an M135 (3 door) and have only had 2/3 door cars for years, my Focus ST was 3 door, had a 3 series Coupe, then there have been the 3 door Mini's. We decided we needed something a little bigger as we tend to holiday in the UK more. The Clubby went to Mull last year and it was a dream. It's the first 4 door car (OK, I know it technically has 6 doors) that I've liked the look of, without going too big. I could be persuaded if somebody wanted to swap their Panamera though :D
     
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    Couldn't we all
     
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    not the usual shot of Glencoe, not everybody's cup of tea but something different.Taken with XT2 and 10-24.
    globe.jpg
     

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