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Feb 05, 2017 20:41 |  #4186

Maybe a stupid question... if you use one of the film simulation modes, does it effect the raw files?


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Feb 05, 2017 21:27 |  #4187

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Your cat looks identical to one of mine, that is crazy usable BW for 12800 ISO.

I have found I am shooting half Jpeg and half raw with Fuji depending on the casual nature of the shots. The in camera film options are pretty killer but I am having hard time finding a color one I like the best. The Chrome one fits my eye well. The velvia everyone loves is sorta hit or miss in that the saturation can be a bit much.

I LOVE the NIK plug ins, and especially silver EFX and Analog EFX. I feel like NIK analog and fuji were made for each other.

I LOVE Nik silver efex pro. Normally if I want B&W I'll shoot raw and convert in silver efex. But right now I'm still using LR5 which doesn't support x-t2 raw files. I have the adobe dng converter so I can still shoot raw, convert to dng, then port to Lightroom. But any random snap shots I take (of say the cats) I'll usually just shoot jpeg and transfer to the phone anyways.

Velvia is nice for landscapes, for most shooting I'll use the standard provia, astia if I'm doing a quick portrait, and then I'm not a huge fan of the rest. Lots of people love classic chrome but it just mutes color a bit much for my tastes.

DutchinCLE wrote in post #18265687 (external link)
Maybe a stupid question... if you use one of the film simulation modes, does it effect the raw files?

Film simulations are only for jpeg. So if you're shooting just raw no simulations will be added to the raw file (You can add them later in light room or in the in camera raw converter). If your raw+jpeg the simulation will be added to the jpeg but again, doesn't not effect the raw file.




  
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Feb 05, 2017 22:09 as a reply to  @ DutchinCLE's post |  #4188

No, just what you see in the LCD and in LR before you pull it up in develop.


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Feb 05, 2017 22:18 |  #4189

I decided to wait for the x-t20. I cannot convince myself that the x-t2 is worth the extra money for my type of use.
Plus together with the xf 27 it will be a great pocket able option.


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Feb 05, 2017 22:41 |  #4190


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Feb 06, 2017 11:03 |  #4191

Sometimes, the early mornings are worth it:

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Feb 06, 2017 13:33 |  #4192

Great shot!

Getting up early is good, gets the day going!


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Feb 06, 2017 15:03 as a reply to  @ danialsturge's post |  #4193

Very nice!


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Feb 06, 2017 15:48 |  #4194

Nick3434 wrote in post #18266214 (external link)
Great shot!

Getting up early is good, gets the day going!


Britania757 wrote in post #18266293 (external link)
Very nice!

Cheers!


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Feb 06, 2017 19:49 as a reply to  @ danialsturge's post |  #4195

Daniel

Are you carrying a tripod for your shots, or are they hand held


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Feb 06, 2017 20:12 |  #4196

In case anyone is looking to purchase an x-t2 if you order through greentoe, you can get the body with battery grip accepted for $1599 through an authorized dealer brand new. I was surprised I actually got the tracking info already as all the usual camera stores were showing as backorder with no expected delivery date.

I figure with the $100 savings you can actually buy the fuji branded battery and not feel completely ripped off. I had one of my wasabi aftermarket battery bulge so as much I dislike buying the branded battery due to price, I'm thinking I may end up using the fuji in the x-t2 and save the wasabi for my x-t1 and as a backup only.

Should have it Thursday and will be putting it through some sports in the coming weeks.


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Feb 06, 2017 22:26 |  #4197

My friend and his cat

X-Pro2 + Samyang 21mm

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Feb 07, 2017 02:57 |  #4198

h14nha wrote in post #18266500 (external link)
Daniel

Are you carrying a tripod for your shots, or are they hand held

I tend to use a tripod for landscape shots - that way I can keep it at base ISO and I often bracket the shots, I like I did in the one above. Also, the scene was developing so quickly with the mist and rising sun that it allowed me to set my composition and keep snapping away until everything came together.


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Feb 07, 2017 03:06 |  #4199

Here are a few more from yesterday's outing:

This is a panoramic made up of four vertical HDR shots:

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I really love this shot for some reason:

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Feb 07, 2017 05:48 |  #4200

Daniel, that is an awesome series!


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