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Nov 15, 2016 00:27 |  #3826

LeeRatters wrote in post #18184382 (external link)
Second image looks like it could be related to one of my mum's old cats :) Yours has a slightly lighter face :)

I keep going back to them & taking my time, but I think I'm starting to get used to these Fuji files & how to approach [change the style/method of] the editing......

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She's a total sweetheart, most lap eager cat I've ever known :)

Glad you're getting used to the Fuji files, I love seeing your Escort in this thread :)

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Love those mkI escorts..used to watch them at rallys all the time as a kid growing up. Not the fastest but boy did the drivers have a grin on their face!

We only got the neutered Escort's here in the states (I had a '97 Escort as my first car and it was awful), but I love cars like it. Smiles per gallon is far more important to me than being "fast"... my Mini is "slower" than my old 330i was, but man is it more fun to drive :)

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Nov 16, 2016 15:21 |  #3827

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18184798 (external link)
Glad you're getting used to the Fuji files, I love seeing your Escort in this thread :)

........ I love cars like it. Smiles per gallon is far more important to me th........

One of my mate's famous phrases is ''Smiles per Mile'' :) Was only chatting about that yesterday with the girlfriend. She loves going out in the Escort - It is pretty quick and even if I lose a quick blast by a few car lengths I don't mind one bit when it's something like a Merc CLS 500 5.0L or 5.5L V8 because the look of "Oh f**k" on their faces when a 45 year old car is pretty much keeping with them is priceless ;)

Anyway, have some more :)

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Nov 16, 2016 16:29 as a reply to  @ LeeRatters's post |  #3828

What lump are you running in it ??


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Nov 16, 2016 18:52 |  #3829

Two shots from today, finally got a shot of the supermoon and one of a new rescue cat the kids have named Oreo

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Nov 16, 2016 19:09 |  #3830

X-T1, 23 F1.4

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Nov 17, 2016 05:10 |  #3831

h14nha wrote in post #18186417 (external link)
What lump are you running in it ??

Just an old boat anchor 'Pinto' engine with a few modifications ;) [UK Capri, RS2000, Cortina, Sierra] - as in OHC not from an American Ford Pinto for those of you in the USofA ;)


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Nov 17, 2016 13:54 |  #3832

Hi everyone. I have been looking in on this thread for a while now and have recently added a Fuji XE2s to my kit.
Hope you don't mind if I join in and post one or two pictures.

Fujifilm X-E2S - XF18-55mm F2.8-4 Lens

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Nov 17, 2016 18:05 |  #3833

I started to do a HDR panorama of this shot, BUT, with 2 screaming kids just out of shot, a rushed version was all I could do :rolleyes:
X Pro1 with the 18mm


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Nov 17, 2016 18:32 |  #3834

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I started to do a HDR panorama of this shot, BUT, with 2 screaming kids just out of shot, a rushed version was all I could do :rolleyes:
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You have made it go a bit squinted made me feel dizz.........y


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Nov 17, 2016 19:47 |  #3835

LeeRatters wrote in post #18186346 (external link)
One of my mate's famous phrases is ''Smiles per Mile'' :) Was only chatting about that yesterday with the girlfriend. She loves going out in the Escort - It is pretty quick and even if I lose a quick blast by a few car lengths I don't mind one bit when it's something like a Merc CLS 500 5.0L or 5.5L V8 because the look of "Oh f**k" on their faces when a 45 year old car is pretty much keeping with them is priceless ;)

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Beauty!
Are those Continental DWS tires?




  
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Nov 18, 2016 18:19 |  #3836

LeeRatters wrote in post #18186346 (external link)
One of my mate's famous phrases is ''Smiles per Mile'' :) Was only chatting about that yesterday with the girlfriend. She loves going out in the Escort - It is pretty quick and even if I lose a quick blast by a few car lengths I don't mind one bit when it's something like a Merc CLS 500 5.0L or 5.5L V8 because the look of "Oh f**k" on their faces when a 45 year old car is pretty much keeping with them is priceless ;)

Anyway, have some more :)

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Loving your post processing! Are you using VSCO? Would you mind sharing your lightroom adjustments?




  
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Nov 19, 2016 15:55 |  #3837

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Beauty!
Are those Continental DWS tires?

Nope. Only Yokohama & Nankang do tyres in the size I use now :( More choice if I swap to a taller sidewall.

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Loving your post processing! Are you using VSCO? Would you mind sharing your lightroom adjustments?

I used to get this a lot when shooting Sony :mrgreen: I've tried to keep my processing similar while switching brands but lately I seem to have ended up with less negative saturation/vibrance in my shots!! Anyway, for the above first image, custom WB [I find Fuji shoots cool in Auto], + 20 exposure, +50 contrast, curve for no blacks, + orange/yellow luminance, bit of sharpening & Astia camera profile - in all honesty, I didn't notice much difference between the different profiles. Also some dodging/burning to suit.


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Nov 19, 2016 22:07 |  #3838

LeeRatters wrote in post #18189108 (external link)
Nope. Only Yokohama & Nankang do tyres in the size I use now :( More choice if I swap to a taller sidewall.

I used to get this a lot when shooting Sony :mrgreen: I've tried to keep my processing similar while switching brands but lately I seem to have ended up with less negative saturation/vibrance in my shots!! Anyway, for the above first image, custom WB [I find Fuji shoots cool in Auto], + 20 exposure, +50 contrast, curve for no blacks, + orange/yellow luminance, bit of sharpening & Astia camera profile - in all honesty, I didn't notice much difference between the different profiles. Also some dodging/burning to suit.

Depending on what your subject is there is sometimes a huge difference between the different film simulations. My favorite 3 are Provia, Classic Chrome and Velvia (in that order). The film simulation is usually the first thing I mess with when editing my shots.

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Nov 20, 2016 09:03 |  #3839

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Like it, the shot as well as the car.


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Nov 20, 2016 15:05 |  #3840

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18189385 (external link)
Depending on what your subject is there is sometimes a huge difference between the different film simulations. My favorite 3 are Provia, Classic Chrome and Velvia (in that order). The film simulation is usually the first thing I mess with when editing my shots.

Great coverage dude ;) Classic Chrome doesn't play with the X-E2 & LR5.7 :( Astia seems to be a little softer to me :)

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Like it, the shot as well as the car.

Thanks very much :)


On a related note - What editing programs do we all use? I've always used Lightroom. Upgraded to LR5.7 with the Sony A7 which is fine at the moment [with the X-E2] but I'm going to have to jump up to LR6 if I end up upgrading to the X-Pro2........


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