Just a simple macro/close up Fujigraph taken of a Conifer Leaf Tip.
X-T1, 55-200mm Lens, 1/180th @ F16, ISO-200, Modified i40 Flash, Handheld.
Conifer Leaf Tip (2)-03178 by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Thats very nice George the background makes it really stand out.
Thank you kindly Sir, your comments & reply sure are appreciated.
Paid a few visits and a good soaking to get this one the iconic Dunsatburgh Castle
Dunstaburgh Sunrise by Graham Norton, on Flickr
Fuji X-T2 and a 10-24
Oh yes! Really lovely
Good grief that's stunning!
Classic! And well worth a bit of water. Well, so long as it's you and not the gear!
Just a couple from today, a friend I was talking to while having a drink said, noise will always ruin a photo, to which I replied crap as I like a bit of noise in a photo as there are far too many so fussed with taking that pin sharp photo with no noise in it.
Fosters by David Ore, on Flickr
In the Light by David Ore, on Flickr
Having some good old Rum by David Ore, on Flickr
Happy Couple by David Ore, on Flickr
Started going through the Wytham Woods shots with the last of the autumn colour from a couple of weeks back. As I mentioned to Graham, I find compositions difficult in the woods, even when light and colour are in good measure. But I'm quite pleased with this one, and a couple of others.
Autumn fire by David Hallett, on Flickr
Cheers G nice when it works out.
Thanks David it was a bit hairy at times had to grab hold of the tripod a few times.
Thats Nice David.
Nice set of Fujigraphs Sir, particularly liking #2 of the the ornate light.
"Excellent" Fujigraph Sir, well composed, great colour and plenty of foreground interest.
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, well composed, with some good light.
Thanks George, much appreciated. It was the very last light of the day, or at least the last that was going to make it into the woods...
Thank you George, the ornate light was in a bar I had a drink in
Well ordered the 35mm f2 so will be picking it up on Saturday
An excellent purchase. I love my 1.4, just wish it was a little faster sometimes!
Seen excellent results from the f2 also and wouldn't have any qualms using either tbh.
That's great Dave, really lovely colours. I really got into woodland photography in early autumn and it's something I will likely do more of through Spring and next Autumn.
I feel like a big kid, as can`t wait till I get it on the X-T2
Suggestions for a case that just fits an xt20 with 27mm pancake lens and is as small as possible. When I had an x100s with the leather case it was great to be able to just chuck it in whatever I was carrying at the time. After something that will do the same
Lovely shot Dave, really do like the colours.
Love it Graham, cracking shot and colours.
That sounds like a positive result Sir, although I use the F1.4 version, the F2 can produce remarkably good results and is still a a favoured focal length of mine. "ENJOY".
Just a simple tourist type Fujigraph taken at Brighton Sussex UK of the Brighton Zip tourist attraction.
X-T2, 18-55mm Lens, 1/2400th @ F5.6, ISO-320, Handheld.
Brighton Zip (M)-03164M by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Lowepro Rezo 60 is a good snug fit, older bag now, but might get one on Ebay
Just looked and there is one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lowepro-...956645?hash=item33dc46c165:g:A60AAOSw9idaFzqf
Thanks and good to hear, your earlier shots were great. I really should go to the woods more often, it's not like we have mountains or lakes near Oxford.
Cheers Dave! Very kind.
You've really outdone yourself here, George. Fantastic!
Just... wow! That’s an awesome shot! Well done George
Thank you kindly Sir, your reply sure is appreciated.
Cracking image only ever visited there the once but I found it almost impossible to get down to the shoreline due to my disability GR8 shot though.
Cracking shot George
Another super piece of work Dave
Thanks Phil! Here's another shot from Wytham Woods,a but more subtle. No autumn colour, but it was too nice a tree to ignore...
Father and Son by David Hallett, on Flickr
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, showing some good texture & light.
Great capture with really nice colours