Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by Brian1940, Jun 12, 2018.
14mm at 3200 ISO.
When I worked for Leeds Council some years back I was asked to investigate a complaint by a member of the public that they heard voices whilst in the lift in this grand building. Was someone snooping on them? Were there spies in the building? (those were the actual complaints the person made). No, it was the floor announcement in the lift!
I LOVE the tones in this photo. Really wonderful gradation, I love how smooth it all looks. I've always though that ISO 3200 is pure magic on the latest Fuji cameras.
I agree Dan, 3200 ISO is so good. This particular shot was on the X-T20 but as you suggest it works just as well on the X Pro2.
I have heard people raving about how good 3200 ISO is with Acros, it might well be, I much prefer using raw.
Indeed. As I said, ISO 3200 with ACROS on the X-T2/20/Pro2 is simply amazing. With the amazing Fuji color/tonal palettes and images this good straight out of the camera, I find myself shooting RAW much less often these days.
I think anyone choosing Fuji these days is on a winner.
Very smooth, Escher-esque IMO.
Had to Google that one