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Post your photography skills! (self-gloss)

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by JetBlast, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. effektiveddd

    effektiveddd New Member

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    My foto in New York City :) Nikon d5000.
     
  2. Crane's

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    Missouri River Valley sunset.

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  3. Bill Smith

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    Minolta SRT's are tanks with great optics. I hope the roll turns out well.
     
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    Slight diversion.

    http://instagram.com/hawkeyehuey

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  5. Crane's

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    They are tanks indeed Bill. My SRT 102 is always in my camera bag and has been for 4 decades. It has never failed me no matter how rotten conditions have been. Oh and the roll came out well.
     
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    Sunset from last night...

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  8. TRINI

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    Friends,

    I've sold off my entire Nikon kit because it was all a bit too heavy for me for the type of photography I've been doing of late (mostly travel, some of it by motorcycle).

    I still have my X100 and am planning on picking up an XT-1 with the 35mm and 14mm lens to cover off the focal lengths I shot with in the past.

    Any one have any concerns re: the X-Trans sensor and RAW conversions in Lightroom?

    i know @AY referenced it a bit in his X20 review but just wondering if the concerns out there is just the internet being the internet.
     
  9. Szeph el raton

    Szeph el raton Well-Known Member

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    I've sold the 5D III with the L primes for the Fuji X-T1 out of portability reasons. Got the 14 2.8, 23 1.4 and 35 1.4 for it and a Samyang 85 1.4 which is a breeze to focus with the amazing EVF.

    I didn't test yet how the X-T1 works with the current Lightroom 5.x but when using my 4.6 back when I had the X-E1 you really have to change the workflow, especially when it comes to sharpening. When printing you probably won't really see a difference, only when pixel peeping.

    To be honest I use Lightroom way less now. Most pictures go via WiFi to the phone/tablet as 3mp JPEG, get a wash through VSCO Cam and uploaded to Facebook/Instagram/wherever. If I ever shoot that Pulitzer picture or want to print it big, I'll be more careful on the post-editing.
     
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  10. TRINI

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    Thanks, glad to hear.

    Update: Just bought the body and 35mm f1.4 lens to take advantage of the Fuji discounts...$100 off each the body and the lens.
     
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  11. JetBlast

    JetBlast Well-Known Member

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    Some beautiful contributions in here. A few recents from the office....

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  12. lasbar

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    Just stunning..

    I love Crane's Sunset very well and the last one posted by JetBlast.
     
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  13. norcaltransplant

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] In the spirit of the current Northeast blizzard
     
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    Great flicks.
     
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  16. A Y

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    Hi guys,

    Wow, JetBlast is back! I haven't checked this thread in a while. It looks like a couple of people switched to Fuji? I tried the X100T recently, and didn't get along with it, mostly having to do with my preferences for image quality. It doesn't means it's bad, just that it's not right for me. I sold off my m43 kit, and have gone FF with a Nikon D810. My standard kit these days is the D810, Nikkor 24PCE, Voigtlander 180/4, and Sigma DP3M, along with a lightly modified Gitzo 1227 tripod (Markins hub and Arca Swiss P0 with an RRS clamp). Ricoh GR is still around for a light setup, and gives great quality.

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  17. TRINI

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    Very nice Andrew.

    I'll post up some of my Big Sur pics when I get a chance. Those were the last ones I took with my full frame before I sold it off.
     
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    Need a JetBlast update. What's new.

    From a recent trip.

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    08/01/2015 - Je Suis Charlie Amsterdam - Nikon F5 & 50mm 1.4 & Kodak Tri-X @ 3200

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