Fuji X100s

iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera … Fight! | Charlie Sorrel

iPhone 6 vs. Regular Camera … Fight! – Vantage – Medium

Have you noticed something weird about the photos that come out of the iPhone 6? They’re less vibrant, flatter, lacking in contrast compared to shots from the iPhones 5, and to photos from most other phones and point-and-shoot cameras. This realization got me excited. Do you know what else looks flat and dull out of even the best cameras? RAW files, the unprocessed soup of picture data that some cameras offer you instead of a nicely pre-pepped JPG. And this got me thinking — are the iPhone 6’s images designed to be edited? After all, iOS 8 is all about editing photos, with “extensions” that let you use powerful image-processing apps without leaving the comfort of your Photo Library. To test this theory, I took the same pictures with the iPhone 6 and my Fujifilm X100S and pushed them around in Adobe’s Lightroom app. If I’d had an iPhone 6 Plus the results would have been identical — the only difference between the 6 and 6 Plus, camera-wise, is the optically-stabilized lens on the bigger iPhone…..

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Fuji X100S

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Punjab travelogue and my X100s | Sinbad Phgura

For me photography has been a life long passion , I got my first a square 35mm box tammy camera at the age of nine and and have been shooting ever since. I use mostly digital format cameras now, but not much has changed subject-wise, it’s people that I like to capture most, working with natural light & keeping the whole process as simple as possible. The magic for me has always been in the character study, to capture the honesty of the moment, & to connect with the soul somehow. That’s why India is such a joy to shoot, with all of it’s humanity right there in front of you to see, smell, hear & touch! I love the light, it’s incredible how its shades, textures & changes everything it touches throughout the day. I’ve been around the Fujifilm X system for a while now, one of my best friends Alex Lambrechts shoots with it & I know that these cameras are capable of stunning results! But I myself have so far have resisted to try one. It’s only when you have the camera in your hand and you have to shoot with it for a period of time, adjusting your mindset from dslr to rangefinder that the magic happens. Equipped with the Fuji X100s and a Millican camera bag I was off on my journey, Qatar Airways to Amritsar & into the heartland of the Punjab for my nephew’s wedding…….

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Fuji X100S

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The Nissin i40 Flash for Fuji Review | Colin Nicholls

A bit of clarification; I rarely use flash, in fact I really only use it for dancing shots at weddings, that being said this review is a quick look at what this piece of gear can do, my abilities with flash are limited so please excuse the technical side of things. My current flash guns are the very competent but also the very big Yongnuo 560’s, when this flash came out I ordered one right away as it had some great features but for me the size is a massive bonus, no longer will my little X100 feel like its being pulled forward with the weight of the Yongnuo on top. I always like to keep my reviews short so I’ll try that here, I preordered the Nissin i40 from Jessops and managed to be one of the first to get it in the UK, so this review is kind of a quick overview and a breakdown of how it performs, so here goes. Size on a Fuji: Small, like really really small, crazy small. As you can see from the photos, this flash is super small, it’s crazy that it takes 4 AA batteries, I’m not really sure where the electronics go. On the X100 it’s incredibly well balanced and feels very comfortable to use, the dials are in the perfect place and are very easy to turn whilst feeling solid……….

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Nissin i40

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Cuba Diary #1 | Jorge Ledesma

Time flew, it was a short flight of only 40 minutes from Miami and in a blink of an eye we arrived in Boyero, Cuba (location of the Jose Marti Airport). From here we took a cab to La Habana, Cuba’s capital city, and the adventures began. At first, it was a huge culture shock but then I quickly realized just how special La Habana really is. La Habana is a beautiful city trapped in a time capsule but nonetheless it exudes a unique beauty that in my opinion can only be appreciated with your own eyes. Its for sure a one of the “must see” cities in the world. If you ask me how it looks, I would say its like if Paris and Madrid had a love child which they gave up for adoption and shipped to the Caribbean. We ate, we laughed, we shared, and overall had a wonderful time with my in-laws. I arrived a few days ago and I can’t wait to go back. Here’s a short gallery of what’s to come in the next few days……

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Fuji X100S

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Shooting Stitched Panoramas with Fuji X100 Cameras | Ian MacDonald

On my last trip from Vancouver to San Francisco the only camera I took was my Fuji X100s.  It was a great experience traveling without a backpack full of camera bodies and lenses.  The one thing that occasionally needed to be worked around, however, was the fixed 35mm lens on the camera.  In terms of making landscapes and cityscapes this often meant stitching photographs together to make wide angle panoramas.  This is very easy to do and I thought I’d write a quick blog post about it. I should preface this by saying I am not a post production expert.  Far, far from it really.  I’m sure there are better ways of doing this, but this is very quick and easy for me. Let’s get started….

Source: ianmacdonaldphotography.com
 


Fuji X100T

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Fujifilm X100T laboratory First Shots posted:
How do you top the X100S? | Dave Pardue

The hugely popular Fujifilm X100S from early 2013 was upgraded this year in the form of the highly anticipated follow-up Fujifilm X100T, and we’ve now uploaded our initial lab test series First Shots. Nothing on the X100T has changed in the way of the general basics in the imaging pipeline, from the bright 35mm eq. f/2.0 lens, the same 16.3mp X-Trans II sensor and the EXR processor II. But Fuji has added an expanded ISO setting above that available on the X100S of ISO 51,200, so feel free to take a look at this newest expanded setting, as well as using the images to assure the high quality has indeed remained on this follow-up model across the range. Below is a side-by-side comparison from our Comparometer at ISO 800. Please visit our Fuji X100T lab samples page for more, as well as our Comparometer to compare the Fuji X100T to any camera we’ve ever tested across the available ISO spectrum…….

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Fuji X100T

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Rakhee & Jack | Hindu Wedding Photographer | Vincent Opoku

My favourite moment? Everything! I mean how do you pick a favourite from moments such as Rakhee and Jack’s colourful faces by the end of the Blessing Ceremony, the immense dancing with sticks to bring the Mendhi ceremony to a close, or Jack riding along a busy London street on a horse – a horse which happened to be the secret wedding gift that Rakhee got for him. What about the fight for the rings, or watching planes fly over the conservatory at Syon house and did I mention that I even got some Mehndi done on my arm? I love you guys man, thank you for such an amazing cultural experience, I could so do it all over again! Rakhee and Jack, I am glad to have met you and glad to have you as friends now. Keep Smiling.  I Contemplated on blogging each day separately but I think one BIG post will do a better job at telling the whole story. Happy viewing……

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Fuji X-Pro1

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That one shot | Othman Kammah

Last week’s travel to Mexico was great. The weather was beautiful, the people were fantastic, and the Fuji X100S by my side — once again — did not disappoint. As a matter of fact it allowed me to get “that one shot”. You know, that shot that you look back at and just can’t seem to get your eyes off of. The one that isn’t necessarily perfectly sharp. The one you keep admiring. The one you are so proud of but can’t explain why. Maybe other people don’t see it that way but you do. During a walk around Playa Del Carmen, I was amazed by the amount of locals just running around the streets. It seemed everyone was rushing to approach the tourists crowd and sell them whatever goods they stocked in their stores. But despite the chaos, the loudness, and the overall feeling of sales pressure; There stood one scene. One peaceful, beautiful moment of happiness and love. I noticed a little girl from across the street. She was sitting on a ledge playing with her two puppies. Blissful at the ability to enjoy that moment with her dogs. I knew I had to capture that moment. I knew it would be that one shot for me…….

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Fuji X100S

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Smaller is better! | Edward Radcliffe

Ed and I have shot with big full frame DSLR cameras for many years as they are proven workhorses that help us to get great results. Recently, high performance cameras have been getting smaller, lighter and frankly better. Yes, I said it… better.

‘But full frame cameras produce less noise!’

I can hear the chant of DSLR camera fans everywhere and for many years they were right. I remember the day I swapped my trusty Nikon D80, a cropped sensor camera that taught me so much for a full frame D700. It was an extraordinary experience, one that enabled me to shoot a rehearsal the Albert Hall with no concerns about image noise…….

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Fuji X100T

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Photography: Freedom of a Single Focal Length | Greg Krycinski

When I bought my first camera, I had three lenses with it. Standard kit zoom lens (18mm-55mm) and two primes (28mm and 50mm). It was just before I left for my first trip to Japan and as I believed that more is better, I packed all three lenses in my bag. When I returned to London I noticed something peculiar. All my favourite shots were taken with either of the two primes. I kept on using them on my trip as I knew that the quality of a prime lens is far superior to that of a zoom and also they allowed me to shoot in lower light due to faster aperture. The fact that I liked these shots more was not down to either of these advantages however. It was, in fact, down to improved composition and more thought that has gone into creating the image. I decided to stick with these two primes and sold off the zoom. Last year I bought a camera that came with a fixed 35mm lens. After spending over a year with it I noticed that my vision has improved greatly. I no longer need to raise the camera to my eye to know where the framing is going to be and, although I need to work harder to get the framing I have in my mind, I like these shots much better than the ones taken with a zoom lens………

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