@Harlequin565 and I have both Fuji extension tubes, so if you want to try with AF, let me know.
I'm not sure about this one, not quite the look I was going for, but I left my Big Stopper at home
Taken at Riverside Park, Gillingham yesterday. T2 with the 10-24.
Beached by Steve Jelly, on Flickr
There's another one further along the estuary, which is a bit further out. Really needed a 50-140 for this one
Abandoned by Steve Jelly, on Flickr
Another pic of our collie mutt.
Waiting... by APM Photography, on Flickr
Just a simple Fujigraph taken at London UK of me messing about with a snap of my shadow.
I'm also working on a personal project called Faceless and this will be one of the shots included.
X-T1, 10-24mm Lens, 1/140th @ F5.6, ISO-200 Handheld.
Me And My Shadow (2)-03237 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
A photo taken whilst away in Oban a few weeks ago on a holiday, taken from The Bridge Over the Atlantic;
View from Bridge Over the Atlantic by APM Photography, on Flickr
T1 - XF10-24mm - @ f/8
Today at the Brighton Music Hall, X-T2 + XF 18-55mm, Sam singing to all.
Singer Sam Brown by Dave, on Flickr
I like the top one. For me, the water adds interest as another texture. Don't think a long exposure would help the shot at all, unless you got so close as to lose the shoreline, which may of course be exactly what you intended!
Thanks for the input Dave. My "theory" was that the moving water would look misty around the verticals. One of those things, if you don't try, you will never know...
One of my twins enjoying the sun in the garden yesterday
Untitled by Nick Brennan, on Flickr
Fabulous shot and one to put in the family album
Morning all. If anyone is looking to move a 56mm on please let me know.
Very nice candid Fujigraph Sir, and one to keep to show future girlfriends.
Thorpeness Windmill by Andrew R, on FlickrT
Thorpeness Mill was built as a corn mill at Aldringham in 1803. In 1922, it was dismantled and rebuilt at Thorpeness to supply water to the House in the Clouds, which is really a water tower disguised as a house.
X-T1 & 18-55
12 Years with digital and i learned something new today, after transferring photos to computer from card, I put it back in camera switched on and got message write protected ,error reading file, thinking the card was shot ordered another from 7 day shop, whilst on the computer i googled write protected and found the cards have a switch on the side which ive never noticed before, reset it and all was fine, so spent twenty quid that i needn't have done feel kinda silly.
Thank you George. This one has been put away for future reference!
Just a simple Macro/Close Up Fujigraph taken of a snail, using a 105mm Macro Lens and a modified Ring Flash.
X-T2, 105mm Micro Nikkor (D) Lens, 1/250th @ F22, ISO-200, Modified Ring Flash, Handheld.
Snail (3)-03224 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Thanks Phil, it's in!
Grotto Falls Cumbria
Fuji XH1 XF 10-24mm f4 IOS
iso 200 1/25sec f8.0 @ 24mm PP Nik Software
Grotto Rydal Hall Falls DSCF0470 by P Higgys, on Flickr
I like this! But if it were mine, I would also let Silver Efex Pro loose on it, to see what could be achieved...
So, with Mike purchasing my 80mm, I have ordered the 50-140 from the refurb store.
Next is the 16-55, which will give me zoom coverage from 10mm to 560mm. Interview for a new job next week, if that's successful, one T2 will make way for an H1.
Cool I'm now covered from 7.5mm fisheye up to 1200mm if that don't cover all my needs with 4 lenses and a converter I'm gonna give up and sell the lot
your gonna love the 50-140 2.8 I know i do mine
Yes Im gonna try a Silver effects B&W conversion thanks for the prompt
Doing a lot of portraits at the moment. Almost 90% decided to keep the 56 & the 55-200. Then there's this at 88mm...
Better Half... Almost by Ian, on Flickr
You’re lucky to have a willing and beautiful model.
Just a suggestion. Try posing her with the face more towards you, be sure the nose doesn’t break the cheek line.
You’ll see more of her far eye and not draw so much attention to the nose.
I think side on shots are more suited to male models.
Caveat...what do I know...
When I hired one for a workshop at BWC I knew I wanted one. In fact, when I bought the 80, I really wanted the 50-140 but there was no UK stock, so GAS cut in and I bought the Macro. Looking forward to it arriving, along with a replacement lens hood for my 10-24.
Thanks Trevor. I try a lot of different poses and have several with the face more towards. I just really like this one despite its faults.
Steve. I’ve got unashamed GAS for X-H1 (no funds though)
Wondering what’s attracting you.
Great . Thanks
I just think the H1 will be a better fit for my wildlife work attached to the 100-400 & 1.4TC. As much as I love my Fuji gear, my compromise has been birds in flight; I just can't seem to tail them on the T2/100-400 combo. It may well be me, as I was never brilliant at it with my Canon gear but I did get regular keepers. Last month I was struggling to get Herons & Kites. They are both big birds that aren't particularly fast.
Also, when I'm out & about, I tend to put the camera in the boot without putting back in a bag, just in case I need to grab it quickly. The T2 hasn't shown any signs of wear, but I'm sure the higher spec finish of the H1 will be better suited to my manhandling!
Gotcha. Makes sense. Kinda figured it’d be related to your wildlife shooting.
Just a simple candid street style Fujigraph taken at London UK of a youngster taking a snap with a cell phone. I just love the look of concentration on the child's face.
X-T2, 55-200mm Lens, 1/1000th @ F6.4, ISO-200, Handheld.
Togger (13)-03233 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Winter in Auckland - XT2 with the 18-55
I have to say that I'm not impressed with Fuji's customer service.
I have an order with them to the value of £1200 and they don't have the ability to track the order via my account on their website. In this day & age, when even the Post Office can give you those sort of details, it's pretty poor...
"Excellent" Fujigraph, well composed, great light, and a very effective virtual silhouette.
Not often that Fuji customer service is poor.
Hope it turns up Steve.
As expected, I went out for 30 minutes & missed the damn thing..... Have to wait until tomorrow now.
Ditto here - missed the 80mm but will pick it up tomorrow afternoon
Just a simple candid street style Fujigraph taken at Canterbury Kent UK of a guy with his Guitar doing a bit of street playing. I just love the expression on this guy's face.
X-T2, 55-200mm Lens, 1/50th @ F5.6, ISO-200, Handheld.
Muso (31)-03219 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr