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Oct 20, 2018 14:34 |  #8896

Just got my Fujifilm X-T 20. What an awesome camera. I was trained back in the film days. Love the film simulations on this camera.

Castillo de San Marcos from this morning. Looks like a horse head to me.

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Oct 20, 2018 15:32 |  #8897

wesjr wrote in post #18732953 (external link)
Just got my Fujifilm X-T 20. What an awesome camera. I was trained back in the film days. Love the film simulations on this camera.

Castillo de San Marcos from this morning. Looks like a horse head to me.

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Oct 20, 2018 18:03 |  #8898

Love the second! Great shot...


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Oct 21, 2018 00:48 |  #8899

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Oct 21, 2018 03:42 |  #8900

PLLphotography wrote in post #18732215 (external link)
So this has happened on multiple ocassions with Capture One Express Fuji edition.

With Lightroom, I could drag a folder or photos to the desktop shortcut and it would open up the lightroom importer.

With capture one, it shows the files or folder I want to import. I click Import, and a few seconds later it comes back with an error and that 0 photos have been imported.

Am I doing something wrong?

I use the regular version and don't use catalogs. Instead, I use session mode and use it like you would use bridge or PhotoMechanic and simply go to the directory I want. This may or may not serve your purpose....


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Oct 21, 2018 03:47 |  #8901

Those Fuji USA / Peak Design straps are back in stock, for those interested (still not willing to pay the $60 shipping charge vmad )
http://fnacpartsaccess​ories.com …lite-camera-strap-en.html (external link)


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Oct 21, 2018 06:32 |  #8902

Some Autumn scenes from this mornings ramble:

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Oct 21, 2018 10:23 |  #8903

Rained all morning here, then the sun came out for a bit so we escaped for a quick walk of the grounds. All SOOC JPEGs

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Ducks must have been hungry as they came right up today.

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Oct 21, 2018 10:43 |  #8904

The different ways people respond to having cameras pointed at them in a small space :lol:

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Oct 21, 2018 12:27 |  #8905

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18733302 (external link)
Those Fuji USA / Peak Design straps are back in stock, for those interested (still not willing to pay the $60 shipping charge vmad )
http://fnacpartsaccess​ories.com …lite-camera-strap-en.html (external link)

I thought about picking one up then I realized I haven’t used my regular peak design strap in forever. For some reason I forget to put it in my bag before shoots. :-P
I only use it for event work.


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Oct 21, 2018 13:24 |  #8906

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I thought about picking one up then I realized I haven’t used my regular peak design strap in forever. For some reason I forget to put it in my bag before shoots. :-P
I only use it for event work.

I prefer a smooth strap which glides across the body when you bring it up and which is supple so you can wrap it around your wrist if you want to use it as a wrist strap and otherwise is unobtrusive and stays out of the way. And because it is round, not only does it catch less it also feels more comfortable and doesn't bind clothing. Art and Artisan has a nice one made of Samurai silk, if you want to spend :). I got the Lance Strap, which costs much less:

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Oct 21, 2018 14:21 |  #8907

This is the day to day strap I use.
https://www.hyperionca​merastraps.com (external link) €18 made by another X-Photogharher in Greece


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Oct 21, 2018 19:14 |  #8908

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18733469 (external link)
The different ways people respond to having cameras pointed at them in a small space :lol:

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If I saw this in Australia I say I hope image one subject wasnt driving at time of shot ( people have been known to stick camera on a clamp outside car ) however given your in the US I suppose it was an ok action :):). Mind you some people here would take a shot like that of the driver without a second thought hahaha....Infact I think there is a video around the web somewhere showing just that hjere in Aus of a driver doing that and then pranging into a car luckily at low speed :)

Anyway Nice shot. I especially like the B&W.....BTW I never ever thought that digital would be able to create a color raw that would be ok as B&W conversion as compared to B&W film however Fuji changed all that (as also did the the 3rd party PP like C1 and Adobe etc. )_..This actually reminds me of B&W film that has a c41 process for the devolpment especially the second image. . Also goes to show that so called kit lens of Fuji is a cracker of a lens for this stuff. One of the best lens Fuji have in my book.

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Oct 22, 2018 11:59 |  #8910

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #18733732 (external link)
If I saw this in Australia I say I hope image one subject wasnt driving at time of shot ( people have been known to stick camera on a clamp outside car ) however given your in the US I suppose it was an ok action :):). Mind you some people here would take a shot like that of the driver without a second thought hahaha....Infact I think there is a video around the web somewhere showing just that hjere in Aus of a driver doing that and then pranging into a car luckily at low speed :)

Anyway Nice shot. I especially like the B&W.....BTW I never ever thought that digital would be able to create a color raw that would be ok as B&W conversion as compared to B&W film however Fuji changed all that (as also did the the 3rd party PP like C1 and Adobe etc. )_..This actually reminds me of B&W film that has a c41 process for the devolpment especially the second image. . Also goes to show that so called kit lens of Fuji is a cracker of a lens for this stuff. One of the best lens Fuji have in my book.

Cheers

Haha, yeah, we were both actually in the middle row of a van, so neither of us were driving :lol:

Thanks for the compliments, and I agree, Fuji is fantastic for B&W (though my a7S was very good as well).


I have a question for fellow X-Pro2 users (and perhaps other Fuji users in general). I have a very strange issue where when using the viewfinder (optical or EVF) the camera will underexpose pretty heavily in certain lighting conditions (usually backlit subjects). The strange part is that if I take the exact same shot with the exact same framing using the rear LCD screen, it exposes perfectly. Does anyone know how or why this would be happening? It's been doing this for as long as I can remember and it's getting to be pretty annoying... it's never been a problem with any of my other Fuji bodies, so I'm inclined to believe it's an issue with the X-Pro2 specifically.


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