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Joined Jul 2013
Location: From Blackpool UK to Brisbane Australia 20 yrs ago
See my fishy photography here: https://kevindickinsonfineartphot.smugmug.com/Tropical-Fish-2/
Post edited over 4 years ago by bent toe. (3 edits in all)
Codda wrote in post #17456506
What's the quick and dirty on this...which was shot first? Doesn't matter...? Aren't they both approx. 50% opacity...?
Joined May 2011
Mar 02, 2015 10:02 as a reply to @ bent toe's post |
Got it...Thank You.
Post edited over 4 years ago by bent toe.
Joined Nov 2010
Location: Middle Tennessee
Here's a couple from the last few weeks. I think I like this X100s more everyday....
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/q3MCiw Thank you for your service. by Mr. Pick, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/qXh1ib Winter Rails in Tennessee by Mr. Pick, on Flickr
60D / EOS Elan / 15-85 IS USM / 70-200 f4L IS / 50 1.4 / 430ex / Fujifilm X100s / Slik U-212 (a genuine antique, like me....)
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/rcdshj x100s hard black by bent toe, on FlickrIMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/rcdx9J x100s and the glass BW by bent toe, on Flickr
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/qwMBA1 hard black front x100s by bent toe, on Flickr
Joined Aug 2010
yalls shots look great. i am now seriously considering grabbing an X100 later this year when work settles down enough for me to enjoy a new camera
Mar 08, 2015 16:54 as a reply to @ bent toe's post |
Thanks! I've really been digging the straight out of camera JPEG's in Classic Chrome mode. Then I basically just tweak a few things in lightroom. I'll drag the blacks up in RGB curve if I want to fade it, and then split tone slightly. Thats it though. The in camera JPEGs of this camera are amazing.
Gear: 5D3, 135L, Sigma 35, 50 1.8 STM, 16-35 F/4L IS, 85/1.8, Fujifilm X100T
Batteries? We don't need no... . . . or cards.
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Joined Jul 2007
Location: Hong Kong
I just picked up an X100T yesterday. Here's my first shot with it. What a fantastic tool for street photography! I was amazed how differently people behaved when I was out shooting with this versus how they behave when I shove a 5D in their face, or even an E-M10 for that matter. It's like they just can't bring themselves to flip this camera the bird.
Mong Kok Fa Yuen Street Market by Perry Ge on Flickr