Fuji X100s

Marrakech and Ozoud Falls | Luke Walker

Foolishly forgetting that we’d be visiting peak summer when the temperature would be a scorching 40+ degrees, a few weeks back my brother and I decided to take a trip to Marrakech, a place I’d wanted to visit for some time. Despite a somewhat aggressive confrontation with some locals on arrival and frustrating encounters with several souk owners on the first day, we loved it. And the heat wasn’t that bad. The two of us spent just under a week exploring Marrakech’s labyrinth of narrow alleys, visiting the main points of interest, sampling the local food and relaxing in bars with gorgeous panoramic terraces. We also took a trip to the province of Azilal, 150km northeast of Marrakech, to see the breathtaking Ouzoud Falls (photos towards the end of this post). Marrakech is great. The colours, smells, energy and atmosphere. I’d love to visit again……..

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Fuji X100S

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Island 2015 | Pascal Schubert

Da ich die Bilderflut nicht in einem Rutsch geschafft habe und ich auch keine kleine Auswahl treffen konnte, hier nun wie versprochen Part 2 der Islandbilder . Hier noch Part 1. …….

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Fuji X100S

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Adobe Improves X-Trans Processing in Lightroom CC Update:
Promises More to Come | Thomas Fitzgerald

One of the interesting tidbits, buried in the list of bug fixes for the Lightroom CC update that was released yesterday was a mention of improvements to Fuji X-Trans processing in Lightroom. Any long term follower of this blog, knows that Lightroom’s poor quality X-Trans rendering has long been a bug bear of mine, and I’ve sought ways to minimise it and ways to avoid it altogether. There are two major issues with the way Lightroom handles X-Trans files. First, an excessive amount of chroma blur which would often see colours bleed into one and other in areas of high colour contrast. The second is poor handling of fine detail, especially when it comes to foliage and other repeating patterns. Images also have a tendency to have false edges in these situations too. I’ve covered this all before many times, and the original post I did on this some time ago probably explains the issues best…..

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Tutorial: Using Film Simulation modes | Marc Horner

Fujifilm knows film. The clue is in the name. And they’ve spent a lot of time and effort bringing classic film traits to life in the current range of digital cameras. Film Simulation ModesEach different Film Simulation mode has unique properties to help you express your creativity without the need for time-consuming post-production. Varying degrees of Saturation and Tonality are composed with just the right balance to bring each Film Simulation mode to life. The camera’s Electronic Viewfinder can show the effects of the selected Film Simulation mode before the shot is taken, and if you shoot RAW, the in-camera RAW processing function allows any of the 11* Film Simulation options to be applied post-capture, broadening your shooting options. Which Film Simulation mode is best for your shot? ……

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Fujinon XF Lenses

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Just A Few Warm Impressions On Fujifilm X100S | Sebastian Boatca

I do own a Fujifilm X100S mirrorless camera. This is not that typical kind of technical review of a small camera, but a brief description of my attitude towards a camera with attitude. The web is full of such technical stuff – I tell you, there are some excellent reviews out there and I, too, have read them and helped me make a decision, when choosing this X100S. What is it? It is a small and unique mirrorless camera, made by my favorite digital camera producer Fujifilm, with a revolutionary X-Trans APS-C sensor, without the anti-aliasing filter, delivering outstanding images with rich details and great colors in a 16 megapixel resolution. It has a fixed 23mm F2.0 lens, delivering sharp images with great bokeh. It has a built-in flash too, very intelligent and works great when you need a fill light on the go. And with that hybrid viewfinder? It is a camera built for photographers…..

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Fuji X100S

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Life with Fuji – Part 1 | Mac Sokulski

I started with Fuji at the onset, about 4 years ago.  I got my first Fuji X, the Fuji X100 and I really fell in loved that camera.  The looks, the way it worked, the hybrid view finder. Even the little quirks.  I shot one of my boudoir sessions with it.  I remember the client asking if I was going to take any pictures, the camera was so quiet that she didn’t even notice.  Lots of great memories. Then came the X-Pro1, at a sacrifice.  With a heavy heart I sold the Fuji X100.  I have received my X-Pro1 about a week and a half before my family trip to Spain and Scotland.  I had only 3 lenses, old now, the three musketeers 18mm f2, 35mm f1.4, 60mm f2.4.  Coming from Canon cameras, and wide assortment of lenses, I was a little worried that this new Fuji setup is not going to work, that I will be cursing myself for not dragging the big Canon. I was surprised, I did not miss my Canon at all. Everything clicked into place.  Family, landscapes, street photography, everything.   At that time Adobe Lightroom did not recognize Fuji X raw files, and I knew that it will be a great pain to convert all the raw files from Fuji X-Pro1 to Lightroom, using the provided software.  At the last moment I’ve decided to shoot the entire trip in jpg.  It was crazy, but I was more than happy with the results………

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Part 2: http://www.miksmedia.photography/blog/2015/6/10/life-with-fuji-part-2
 


Fuji X100S

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Paris – a little ‚time off‘ | Dean Sherwood

Decided to use some of my BA air miles to fly me and Soph out to Paris for a few nights. (A) because Soph hasn’t ever been and (B) because I really wanted to go back again. Whilst this was meant to be some time off from ‚work‘ I obviously took some photos. I took along my Fuji X-T1 and the 56mm f/1.2 & my X100S so I could travel light and have a basic portrait/wide combo that would be quick to change to/from so not to spoil the trip! ……..

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm F1.2

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LNDNWLK 3.0 | V. Opoku

  1. A sunny day roaming the streets of London with a bunch of photographers, why not?
  2. A day to catch up with some old friends and make some new ones, why not?
  3. LNDNWLK 3.0? – yes, I am ALL IN.

This photography journey can be a long & lonely road at times and it is easy to get lost along the way. However,we should never get too busy to connect with people, to meet up and hang out with fellow photographers – to shoot the breeze – cameras or no cameras. See, London is my city and I can roam the streets & take pictures whenever I want, but on this day it wasn’t just about photography, I was  about hanging out with some lovely people – some whom I knew before hand and others whom I have never met. I am happy I tagged along for the day.  Without connection, nothing make sense – It was a pleasure meeting all of you, I am going to try and keep in touch with as many of you as possible……..

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Fuji X100S

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How wedding photography has changed over the last 16 years and
what all photographers can learn from it | Bradley Hanson

The first thing that comes to mind is that 16 years ago everyone was shooting film and newspapers were just starting to transition to the original digital cameras. 16 years ago brides were reading their local wedding magazines. Now they are reading online magazines, print magazines, and getting dress/hair/makeup/decoration ideas from Pinterest.  They are definitely exposed to significantly more options than ever before. In 1999, very few people were shooting B&W or only shooting a little bit on the side. The photographic style(s) are significantly broader now, too. Around the time I started shooting, the movement was toward photojournalism and a more natural style, whereas before that everything was largely staged. It might be hard for new wedding photographers to imagine that! Once the movement toward documentary weddings was underway, there was no way of putting that cat back in the bag, and I am grateful for that! ……

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Fuji X100S

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X-PLR | My Travels | V. Opoku

“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us” – Anonymous

Travelling will always be part of who I am as a person and also part of my photography brand. The people I meet, the stories we exchange, the food and drinks ; The cultural experience, seeing things in a different perspective, all this and more helps me grow and develop as a person and as a photographer. X-PLR is a play on the word EXPLORE, along with the fact that I use the Fujifilm X-Series cameras (mainly the X100s – which I review here) to document my travels. Here are some of my personal favourite images from my travels which I will continue to update over time. One World, let’s X-PLR. V

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Fuji X100S

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