damn that glass is sharp wide open.
Shame you don't have any Fuji lushness in the bag at present...............you'll have to console yourself with your Sony (did you see what I did there ?)
Very nice portrait style Fujigraph Sir.
Thank you for the feedback George, much appreciated
Why would I need one when you have 2
Nobody does colours quite like Fuji......
UKS-1 by Pete Downham Photography, on Flickr
Liking this Fujigraph very much Sir, well composed with a great expression.
Thank you George
Seem to be loving mono at the moment. X-H1 and 16-55 lens.
Viaduct by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
Great. Got any more tighter to the Viaduct ?
No. I was concentrating on the castle really and just using the (redundant) viaduct as a background. I was unable to get any closer to it anyway. With hindsight I should have put my 90mm on it, although compositionally it would have been challenging (to me!).
EDIT on second look through my shots there is one which is a little tighter. I'll develop it and post it later.
OK, it's a little later and I threw this through Silver Efex Pro (unlike the other, which I tweaked myself).
Edlingham Castle by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
I like your processing on the first Stephen. I wish I could do it to that standard.
Wish I could do it consistently!
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, good full range of punchy mono tones with detail in the highlights & shadows.
Smashing. Thanks for posting .
Many thanks for your kind words, George.
Just a heads up, my X-H1 body along with XF80mm f2.8 are in the classifieds.
Yes I know, Some of my Nikons are in the classifieds, but you already know that!
A question for you X-H1 shooters ref. IBIS.
How effective is it at the longer focal lengths?
I know all the telephoto zooms have OIS, but e.g., is IBIS more effective at (say) 50mm than 90mm?
That's an easy one to answer Sir, "EXCELLENT".
New firmware for X-H1 in December
fuji rumours stating no xh2 planned for 2019.
You can't exceed perfection.
Time to get back on the horse and ride it for 2019 then ? I'll buy you a cadburys Twirl for every month you complete without selling it
im more of a Snickers type of guy.
Interesting, if this means any lens attached inc primes without OIS or old vintage glass, will benefit from the 5-stops.
This building, next to the parish church, is purported to be the old Giggleswick school before it moved to its current site, although there is some doubt. Certainly it's quite old - like many of the buildings in Gig it dates from the early 17th century.
Giggleswick Old School by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, liking the toned presentation very much.
Many thanks, George.