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Omphalotus nidiformis, or Ghost fungi. A bioluminescent gilled fungi
Taken last night, unfortunately the moon was high and bright and was illuminating the fungi. Its still early (and very dry) in the season, so hopefully I'll get some better captures later.
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Winter's poem...
Spring's reply...
X-T2 and XF55-200mm in the middle of March and near the end of April at the same local State Park.
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Hi all,
I'm just getting started with the X-T2, and I'm still in the process of transposing my Canon workflow to the Fuji system.
Is there a way to enable/adjust exposure compensation when I have the X-T2 in manual mode with Auto ISO? Asked another way: I want to be able to set the shutter speed and aperture, use Auto ISO, and adjust the exposure compensation.
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Hi all,
below you will find some of my street photos:
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Any comments and feedback in general are highly appreciated.
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Hi all,
My name is Vlad and I come from Greece.
I am a fairly new photographer (I started less than a year ago) and also new to Fuji family (owning an x-t20).
I am glad to be a member of this community.
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I have the x100t, and am trying to create a setup that works well for product photography. My daughter and I are starting an Etsy shop, and we are trying to create pleasing photos. I am doing "flat lay" shots, with everything positioned under a window. I have a homemade type of light diffuser, which is a brooder light fitted with a 5000K bulb (LED) since that is closely balanced to daylight, and white fabric fitted across the dome to soften the light. I have a foamcore board to use as a reflector. Not using flash. Things are looking pretty good, but when I am do the half-press, the LCD monitor on my camera has these weird moving bands going up the screen, like a bad TV picture "back in the day". The photos seem to come out OK, but I am thinking there is interference with that LED lightbulb, because it only started happening when that light was on. I can live with it, but didn't want it to be hurting the camera in any way. Tried to research it on here....thought maybe it has something to do with the shutter...I have it on Mechanical Shutter. Anyone ever encounter this? Thank you!
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For the first time I work with a Fuji photographer that needs to shoot thethered with a Fujifilm X-T2.
I usually use Capture one or Lightromm for this kind of job connected to Nikon or Canon cameras, I have no problem.
I downloaded the FUJIFILM X Acquire software and saw a lot of tutorials, but I can't run this software properly. In the tutorials they say that I have to specify a folder where the images are going, clicking in the software icon, but this option is not available, is in grey, the only option I can use is "settings" , "out" and "about".
I have the lastest Macbookpro running on IOS sierra, Capture One 10 or Lightroom Classic CC.
Someone has already have this problem, or can help me to understand what's wrong in order to resolve this problem?
Thank you so much
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This guy stopped by this morning.
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Just a simple candid street style snap taken at Canterbury Kent UK of a very common sight these days of someone totally engrossed in their cell phone texting.
X-T1, 55-200mm Lens, 1/210th @ F5.6, ISO-200, Handheld.
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Just a simple Close Up snap taken in my studio of a Fender Stratocaster Tuning Pegs. Shot taken using three studio flash heads each with a largish soft box fitted and against a black paper background.
X-T2, 105mm Micro Nikkor (D) Lens, 1/250th @ F16, ISO-200, Multi Flash.
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The update for XE-3 to use X Raw studio is now up. I just updated my camera and downloaded the updated software. I then took a few raw pictures.
I switched the camera connection to raw conversion. I opened the Raw studio..However, I do not see any images from the camera. The source image panel does not show my Dcim folder from the camera. The software recognizes my camera but doesn't see the picture folder in it. What am I doing wrong?…
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My first forum post anywhere.
I've been lurking here a while (six years), better late than never!
Great community here.
xe2 voigtlander 21mm f4 @ f11…
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Very crude implementation with really LARGE indicators. The only item that really needed improvement - the microscopic distance indicator - is not included in the update.
My first disappointment with a firmware update…
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Battery discharging 1% per SECOND and no USB charging possible! Starting today, that's what I am experiencing! ANy constructive suggestions? (And yes, I am calling Fuji tomorrow)…
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Just got the XH1 , would you guys share which lens do you use most ? Thanks !…
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I was hoping to get decent results of the Moon as a background part in landscape shots using a tripod with my newly purchased 55-200 (at least have it be more than a white blob). Experimenting tonight on hand held results are more than promising. Not a show stopper, but it's impressive that a hand held camera and by no means fast lens can produce solid results. With this lens the Moon will add to whatever image it's in.
Fuji X-T2/ 55-200 at 200mm/ f8/ ISO 200/ 1/200sec
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Hello good Fuji people. I'm wondering if anyone else has had this problem and found a remedy. It's been quite frustrating.
In video mode, I have exposure, aperture and ISO all manually set. Yet when I zoom in/out, I get exposure shifts. Take a look below at my settings and a sample video and let me know if I'm doing something silly.
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I'm gradually making my way back to an APS-C Fuji (I still have my X10) and I have been thinking about which one I would get. I've owned an X-E1 and X-Pro 1 and used an X-T1 and if I had to choose today I think it just might be another X-Pro 1.
I really considered the XT-1/2 and while they're really fabulous cameras with an absolutely ginormous EVF I'm really just not a fan of the faux SLR body style. The XT-10/2o have the same problem plus their a wee bit cramped. I liked the X-E1 and the X-E2 might be the best bargain out there but there is just something about the 1st generation X-Trans look and the X-Pro 1 in particular that just feel right. That and I kept the +2 diopter that made it just right for my wonky vision. Of course the same applies to a graphite X-Pro 2 (although there is no way that even remotely fits in my budget) but for me the X-P1 an 18/2 and some form of 35 sounds like the right choice (again).
So, sometime this Summer I'll probably find myself tying to pick another one up. At least it'll keep the budget sane…
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I've been using the x100f almost two months for daily street shooting, was careful enough not to drop it and cleaned the outside of the camera with brush and microfiber cloth at the end of the day.
Now today, I just noticed that the rubber eyepiece on the x100f felt slightly flimsy on touch and has a gap where the diopter wheel is, and I think it might be letting in dust into my camera, because there are some specks of dust inside the viewfinder.
I've read somewhere that some people are using sugru to block their diopter wheel.
My question to other x100f users are:
1. Is the rubber eyepiece on your x100f loose as well? Or is it just my one?
2. Is it possible to open the rubber eyepiece and put it back on properly?
3. How safe is it to try sugru to block the diopter wheel on the camera? Did it stop dust from getting in?
4. Do you have any other suggestions on how to have the rubber eyepiece fixed?…
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I am an intermediate who is shooting a wedding this summer and a trip to Maui planned in next 9 months.
I shoot 70% photos and 30% family videos. Heavy concert photography as well.
I have an X-T2 with 18-55 2.8-4; 50-140mm 2.8 and thanks to this forum, a 56mm 1.2.
From time to time, I have desired something a little bit wider for landscapes and closer quarter group shots. To be honest, this will be the least used lens most likely, but I feel I need something specifically for the Maui landscapes. Not opposed to renting either, but would buy used.
Options from research:
10-24mm - appears to be the best all around if lowlight is not a priority.
16mm 1.4- not much wider than the 18 I already own, but seems to be wildly favored and while not a technical macro lens, several use it for the macro-ish ability. Does lowlight well, etc.
Samyang 12mm- manual focus, while I had a few on my old Nikon, I would rather have something auto.
Any other options I may be missing? Any help or recommendations would be helpful…
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I have been going through some old photos, taken with my X-Pro1 and 35mm f1.4 about 5 years ago.
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Hey guys! Just wanted to drop in and say hello. I'm a pretty new fuji shooter... I switched from a canon system about a year ago and I couldn't be happier. Currently using an x100f with a WCL and TCL conversion kit.
I look forward to jumping head first into the community here!…
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I've been shooting with the X100 for over 6 years and just got my new X100F two days ago.
I still can't get the internal flash switched <ON>. When I go to the Flash Function Setting in the menu, there is no option to turn it on!! I have Built-In Flash <ON>
I would love to get the flash turned on.
This is an incredible camera!!!!…
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A little fluff and dry...
X-T2; 100-400mm
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Seems like a lot of the reds pass through quite nicely on this sensor. From my all-nighter in Joshua Tree a couple weeks ago.
Sky = X-T2, Rokinon 21mm @ F/2, ISO 800, 4 mins, (tracked)
Ground = X-T2, Rokinon 12mm @ F/8, ISO 200, 60 seconds
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Sky = X-T2, Rokinon 12mm @ F/2.8, ISO 800, 2.5 mins, (tracked)
Ground = X-T2, Rokinon 12mm @ F/5.6, ISO 1600, 4 mins
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My wife and I will be visiting Lisbon for the first time and for those that have been there, was wondering what areas or things are a must see for photography or otherwise…
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This was one of my first outings with my X-T2. Shot Canon 10 years prior.
I wanted to try something a little different, so I used my 55-200 and shot at 200mm across Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley from the tallest dune in the east looking to the tallest dunes in the west. I focus stacked, but only used 2 exposures, one for the mid and background and another for the immediate foreground. Really, only several feet of the immidiate foreground dune is in focus. At 200mm F/6.4, it is hard to get everything focus stacked at very close distances.
55-200 @ F/6.4
ISO 200
1/640 sec
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Hi Guys,
I came across these images and it was taken with X100s. The color tone is very unique. Anyone knows how to re-create them either in camera or psot editing.
Thanks and appreciate
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Just a simple snap taken at Folkestone Kent UK of the Outer Harbour with the Old Fish Market in the background.
X-T2, 18-55mm Lens, 1/250th @ F8, ISO-200, Handheld.
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Exploring temperate rain forest on Vancouver Island this past February...
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Nature's stunning detail. (helped by fuji 18-55 + XT1) La Rochelle, France
will put wider shots in'reply'…
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cross post from the XT-2 forum:
Hi, I'm a bit confused about this setting. I'm using the 100-400. The options are:
1: Continuous Image Stabilization On
2: Shooting only: Image Stabilization is enabled only when the shutter button is pressed halfway (focus mode C) or the shutter is released
3: off
What the heck is the practical difference between mode 1 and more 2? who cares if the IS is on as long as it comes on when you focus (press the shutter halfway) or when you release the shutter. Seems the same same thing doesn't it? How would my camera behave differently if I selected mode 1 or mode 2?
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A young woman taking a cell 'phone picture of the Sooke River, Vancouver Island, this past February.
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statue on the dutch coast with in the background the beautiful zeelandbrug this is 5km long
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Well the ropes anyway, seemed like a good idea at the time to lay on my back looking up where the ropes enter the bell tower.