A beautifully taken photo George, lovely textures and pin sharp.
Just a couple from today. X-T20 + XC 50-230mm on Manual.
Resting by David Ore, on Flickr
Flat Out by David Ore, on Flickr
The Look Down by David Ore, on Flickr
Busker by David Ore, on Flickr
Does anyone know if this would work on the X-T10? It's not mentioned on either option so far as I can see.
Ask on Amazon - the seller may well answer your question. Or look in your manual and see if the Fuji RR-90 is supported by the X-T10.
Yes sir! I'll drop you a line thanks
I did look it up and it says it does support the RR-90 so I guess this would work as well.
I was just asking in case anyone had a personal experience of this make & model as some third party accessories don't always.
Thank you kindly Sir, As usual I much appreciate you taking the time to reply.
"Excellent" set of street style shots Sir, with some really good color, exposure & detail.
Thank you George for the nice words, really am loving the X system now
Something totally unlike me!
What a beautiful taken photo, love the colours and how the eye follows the pathway from the bridge and up through the trees.
Buy it through Amazon and return it if it doesn't fit/work.
Yes that would be an idea I guess, cheers for that.
Thanks mate, like I say it's really not the sort of thing I usually shoot, but where I live is surrounded by woodland and pine forest, so I figure I should start to take advantage of that! Took a little (okay a lot) of work to get the light and colours how I wanted as it was a very flat light day when I went out, but I'm quite liking it.
Another one from the same day...
You made me buy something.... its all your fault
Went walkies down the river Boyne this eve. Complete and utter frustration on the macro side, flash refused to power up with new batteries - it was warm and sunny, but only in patches between cloud and windy as fark in between .... so none of my 'macro' shots made the cut. Got some Moor hen and Duck on algae shots in the side canal, and um ... not much else
Young Moor hens awaiting dinner [Super Takumar 200mm F4 on the XT-1]
Moor hens on alert by Enticing Imagery, on Flickr
This may not seem very interesting to you, but last time I was down by this very stretch of river they didn't have these in place and there has been a fair amount of drowning incidents on this stretch the past year, so ... nice to see them in place, finally!. [35mm 1.4 on the XT-1]
River life by Enticing Imagery, on Flickr
Just realised, my duck shots were taken with the Xpro1, so had to chop them from here
Oh well, here's a random tree:
A non interesting tree by Enticing Imagery, on Flickr
Could someone show me the 'mushiness' or 'waxiness' or 'artifacts' in that tree image? I'm having trouble finding them :/
Thank you! I'm around mainly on weekends as my weekdays are filling up fast (again).
Nice set of images Sir, particularly liking the second shot.
"As the waxiness is missing perhaps you should send the camera back as faulty"
I peeked at that thread and left very quickly.
I sure wish I knew which camera, lens and/or processing method people are using to get this skin effect. I'm tired of seeing every pore and wrinkle on my face when I try a self-portrait.
Do y'all realize just how lucky you are to live in such a beautiful place with such wonderful views?
Thank you George for the welcome, IMO this is a great thread and I look forward to joining in
Last one from my quick trip into the woods...
The Tree by Ash Smith, on Flickr
Really enjoying these (and actually really enjoying processing them too) - will definitely have to take advantage of where i live more often rather then heading into the city.
Probably the last shot of Laig Beach for a while. As you can see, the X-Trans sensor has produced all sorts of strange worminess here. No wait, that's how the seaweed actually grows. My bad
Whitened by David Hallett, on Flickr
This might be of interest to show the dynamic range in the Fuji sensor - shot with XT-1 and 10-24
Melrose Abbey - unedited by Mike Smith, on Flickr
Melrose Abbey Sunset by Mike Smith, on Flickr
Thank you George. I know I have been a pain, asking all sorts of questions while I got myself kitted out - but now I am up and running I hope I shall be able to contribute some pictures for people to pull to pieces. I don't mind, I have broad shoulders (well, one broad shoulder left, the other is a bit less now!) and thick skin, so be as unkind as you like, it will be taken on board and the advice / suggestions filed away for my future improvement.
I did a fishing feature for a countryside magazine the other day (yesterday?) and got some crackers. They are still in the camera at the moment, but I shall have to download them and get the batteries charged as I have a bike to do in Swansea, hopefully tomorrow, but until I get the off caerma flash system sorted I shall be a bit limited. Once that is sorted I shall be away on all cylinders. I need three decent power flashes that I can work remotely to match what I had in the Nikon system.
Interesting processing, gives it a strange, enchanting feeling, I like it
Wait, I see watery and mossy effects going on here Great landscape
Impressive indeed the level of detail that can be pulled back with these sonsors
Loving the different colours in this well taken photo
Another beautiful photo David, lovely colours and a great sky.
Just goes to show how great the X system is, great job getting the detail back.
Just a couple that I finished in LR from yesterday.
Smile your`ve been snapped by David Ore, on Flickr
Take a Seat by David Ore, on Flickr
I have the Fuji XT1 and have never been particularly happy with the AF speed, has anyone had both the XT1 and XT2 and is the 2 noticeably faster? Thank you.
Yes and yes.
Chalk and cheese.
Motor sport is no problem so kids and pets should be easy.
Yes and yes also. Can't really comment on the focus speed, but responsiveness is vastly improved on theT2.
The XT-1 is fine for me, as I don't tend to shoot anything really fast moving. It's plenty fast enough even with the old 35 1.4 for kids running about, I have no doubt the T2 would be significantly better though. And rightly so! It is the main reason for XT-1 owners to upgrade.
No, not really. I still have both. The X-T2 tracks better, but single AF is just slightly faster. That's only with lenses like the 50-140, 90 and 100-400. I don't notice much of a difference at all with the 23, 35 or 56.
The handling and responsiveness of controls etc. is improved. The joystick means I get 4 custom buttons back and also the X-T2 does proper back button focusing.
The X-T1 does motorsports easily. I personally find children playing far more challenging to AF than motorsports as they move in an erratic unpredictable manner. It takes a different way of shooting.
And you were telling me you did street!!!
I'm taking the Samyang 12mm out to the peaks tomorrow and even dusting off the tripod and filters (if needed and they fit, will check tonight). That'll bored the family!
Any suggestions on settings?
I'll have to join in on here when I get something to show and tell!
Just bought an X-T10, traded in an X-Pro1 that I just wasn't getting on with. I'd bought it as a smaller camera (well, smaller than my Nikon DSLRs) when kayaking, hiking and biking but was never convinced. The X-T10 seems more what I was after in the first place. I've grabbed one of the Speedbooster adapters as well, as I have a few old manual Nikon lenses with the film camera, so will be interesting to see what comes up!
Lol, I knew it'd be basic