Gotta love the Acros film sim
23 f1.4 @f5,6
DSCF2814.jpg by Trevor, on Flickr
Craster, with Bamburgh Castle in the background. X-H1 with 16-55.
Craster by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
I like that Stephen. In fact I like it very much.
Many thanks, Keith.
Very nice Fujigraph Sir, with toning that really suits the subject matter.
I appreciate your kind comments, George.
Just a bit of Autumn colour
DSCF2795.jpg by Trevor, on Flickr
Just a simple candid street style Fujigraph taken at Folkestone Kent UK of a couple of ladies enjoying sitting in the sun beside the sea.
I'm also working on a personal project called Faceless and this will be one of the shots included.
X-H1, 18-55mm Lens, 1/800th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
Beside The Sea-03273M by G.K.Jnr., on Flickr
Regards my X-H1 & XF80mm lens for sale, I'd accept trades/deal/swaps for full frame Nikkor lenses etc...
Strong rumour of £500 off the XH-1 between 23-27th Nov
Me too, I would grab one at the right price, a man can never have enough Fuji in his life, they cost less than a wife and don't back chat
I hope so. I have been waiting for a very good deal
But they have been known to freeze up occasionally.
Still loving the 16-55. How did I think it wasn't worth it when I returned it the first time? (answer: I didn't have the X-H1!)
Road to Langcliffe by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
That’s one vey nice Fujigraph, well balanced comp’ with beautiful colours.
Thank you George. Just a simple Velvia conversion in Lightroom.
Another reason to like this lens is the bokeh wide-open. Don't know what this dead plant is called - botany never was my strong point.
Nature's Curls by Stephen Lee, on Flickr
“Excellent” Fujigraph, nuff said.
Thanks again, George.
Just ordered the 16mm. Really enjoying primes on this camera.
Brilliant lens, trying to hold off the temptation to order an XH1 with the promo thats on...
No point in holding back, “Strke” will the opportunity is there.
I love the 16 Trev, it's amazing how close you can focus with it, and it really is an excellent bit of glass.
That’s a truly “Excellent” lens, must admit I very seldom use mine as I prefer the versatility of the 10-24mm.
Anyone had any luck with face/eye detect. Seems to detect ok but so far never managed to achieve focus. This using my 23 f1.4
George. I’ve also got that zoom. Reason for the 16 is indoor family shots, preferably without flash.
Gonna have a houseful over Christmas.
They're both "Extremely" good lenses, "ENJOY".
I found it works but not as well as it should do. It does seem to be a bit erratic at times but does improve the closer you get to your subject.
Thanks Jon. I was just a couple feet away.
(Perhaps I should consider a Sony)
Same problem with the 56?
I’ll try it tomorrow.
Bugger. No time today...
I’ve bought myself a X-H1 and looking at spare batteries. Anyone using 3rd party ones they can recommend?
Thanks, ordered a couple. Reviews look good.
Tried it today along with the 16-55. Fail...
I rarely photograph anything with eyes, so I cannot really help ... perhaps I should try it on the dog’s rear end - in the right light that can resemble an eye.