How to get your best Fujifilm JPEGs yet. Of all the firms making digital cameras, only Fujifilm has experience in colour reproduction dating back to the film days.
To highlight this, it calls its colour modes Film Simulations, and it’s no surprise that these give arguably the most appealing colour of all brands. Yet there’s also a good range of additional settings to fine tune the output to your own preferences. Fujifilm’s auto white balance has a certain tendency towards the cool side, but not unpleasantly so. Indeed, it often has the effect of making skies and water look a deeper blue, which can work well in landscape scenes. Here’s how to get your best Fujifilm JPEGs yet. Film Simulation Fujifilm names its colour modes after some of its most iconic film emulsions. So, in addition to the standard Provia mode, there’s also a punchy Velvia option and a gentler, more subdued Astia setting.
Top tips for the FujiFilm X-T1 — Dade Freeman. Tip 1 Always use High Performance Mode.
To do this simply press MENU > SETUP 2 > POWER MANAGEMENT > HIGH PERFORMANCE > and select ON.Be aware that this does use more power but the full featured enhancements are well worth it. Tip 2. Tilt-shift adapter on the Fuji X-E2, X-Pro1, and X-T1 cameras. One of my favorite lenses for still life photography is the Nikon 85mm tilt-shift macro.
I like working my lenses with wide open apertures, but at close distances where the depth of field is at it narrowest I often lose too much detail in the subject. Stopping the lens down increases the depth of field for to include more in focus, but it also destroys the totally out of focus bokeh of a wide open aperture. The tilt shift lens allows me to selectively include more areas in focus while still maintaining a wide open aperture and good bokeh. The Best Mirrorless Camera. Our pick Fujifilm X-T2.
"Fixing the X-T1's put in front of everything else". US serial numbers affected by the light leak - Fuji Rumors. “Fixing the X-T1’s will be put in front of everything else.”
That’s what FujifilmUSA told to FR-reader Wally. And now, on the FujiUS site here you can find the X-T1 serial numbers that might be affected by the light leak problem. As FR-reader LetThereBeLight told me: “In the U.S. serial numbers 41A05201 or higher are safe and anything under that is possibly affected.” Kaizen is fine, the firmware updates even to discounted cameras are great (even though it means sacrificing sales earnings for customer loyalty as a Fuji manager told us here), but it’s when things go wrong that you seriously test the customer service. And now, only days after the problem arose, we have an official fix. FOCUSING WITH THE X-PRO 1 AND X100S. Re: XT1 serial numbers following D pad change: Fujifilm X System / SLR Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review. Superb Yet Practical Tips for Photographing Street Markets. One of the things I look forward to most when traveling to foreign countries is capturing the culture!
I see this as a highlight of being somewhere totally alien to me so that I’m able to return with genuine images I’ll remember. What do I want to achieve when shooting? Capturing local, daily life as it unfolds in front of my eyes. I want both myself and anyone looking at my photos to see that I’ve “been” there and got a little immersed in the culture and tried my best to document this. How Different & How Good Are The JPEGs? The thing about Fuji shooters is that they’re kind of like the vegans of the photo world, where they’re looking for any momentary gap in conversation, any fleeting eye contact, just bursting to tell you they shoot Fuji, and –if you don’t slap them in time– why.
There’s a sort of brand affection (note – not just loyalty, but affection) for Fuji that would leave Sox fans nodding approvingly, and here’s the thing: for good reason. Anyone who’s picked up a Fujifilm X-series camera within the last 3 years will be hard-pressed to say they didn’t enjoy the experience, and while the images could be a little flat (to some eyes) the sensor in the X-Pro2 and X-T2 doesn’t seem to suffer with the same affliction. Either way, Fuji JPEGs do have a sort of signature look to them that has garnered lots of attention and praise.
Fujifilm X100F Settings for Street Photography & Weddings. I’ve been asked a lot since the announcement for my favourite Fujifilm X100F Settings and so I thought I’d make a video overview of them.
In the video, I go through everything that I think is relevant within the Fujifilm X100F Settings menu system. Remember, though, that these are just my settings. You may well have very different opinions and configurations that work for you. How Thomas.Matthews puts sustainability at the heart of design. Communication design studio Thomas.Matthews will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year and mark a new chapter in its life that started to take shape in 2016.
Last summer, the London studio moved into a new space in The Clove Building, tucked behind the Design Museum’s previous home on the River Thames. Guide And Tips For Working With Nikon Capture NX-D. Updated 2 December 2016 for revised recommendations.
Updated 25 November 2016 to include reader observations and suggestions. Also included amended recommendations for noise reduction. Updated on 5 October 2016 to include more details about the Picture Controls and adjust some grammar. Capture NX-D is a great RAW converter for Nikon NEFs, no matter how you feel about its in-sufficiency for everything else.
For those initial steps of detail extraction, colour interpretation, global exposure adjustment, and noise reduction – it is a great tool. Fujifilm United Kingdom. The Fujifilm X-T1 has received excellent reviews from a wide range of users since launch. The excellent build, retro design, intuitive controls and outstanding image quality combine to form a package which has delighted professional and enthusiast photographers across the world. We have received feedback from a number of customers of a potential “flare effect” with the camera. When the connector cover (which is used for the microphone / remote release jack, HDMI mini jack, and micro USB connector jack) is open while images are being shot by the user, and when a strong light source is concurrently shone into the open port at a certain angle, light can be reflected within the camera and appear on the LCD and even on recorded images via the sensor.
This “flare effect” cannot generally occur if the connector door is closed at the time the camera is being used, so many users will never experience this phenomenon. FujiXspot - Fuji X User Group. AF, FX, DX, 35mm, manual focus, vintage, Rangefinder, #Nikkor. "If you're a die-hard Nikon loyalist then Grays of Westminster is THE best place to find high-quality second-hand cameras that hold the very name. Award-winning in their field they have an unrivalled range of stock with used cameras coming with a year's guarantee. " Photography Monthly "Complete with a 12-month guarantee and the famous Grays of Westminster quality of service, which is, quite frankly, second to none. " How to Focus Stack Images. Fujifilm X100F Review ~ Fourth Iteration of the Classic Fuji Camera. And so to the Fujifilm X100F Review: I’m really pleased to be penning this Fujifilm X100F Review because back in 2011, I was fortuitous enough to be one of the first people to receive and shoot a wedding with the then very embryonic Fuji Finepix (as it was known) X100 camera.
I remember it very well, as I had a wedding to shoot the same afternoon that I received the camera from WEX. I took the camera to the wedding and shot some candid work during the reception with it. Downloading Optional Picture Controls. 55mm f/3.5 Micro Nikkor - Photographs, Photographers and Photography. A high definition macro lens. Choices: After the 50mm f/2 Nikkor, this is quite possibly one of the commonest Nikon lenses ever made. The 55mm f/3.5 Micro Nikkor is abundantly available in many variants: The Best Vintage Nikon Lenses for Your DSLR. Throughout its history, Nikon has (effectively) never changed its lens mount; a Nikon F2 produced in the ’70s has the same mounting ring as the new D5 digital SLR. Manipulating Focus and Color in Nikon D300s. In This Chapter Controlling the camera’s autofocusing performance Understanding focal lengths, depth of field, and other focus factors Exploring white balance and its affect on color Investigating other advanced color options To many people, the word focus has just one interpretation when applied to a photograph: Either the subject is in focus or it’s blurry.
10 Lessons William Klein Has Taught Me About Street Photography. The Rokkor Files - Ultimate Normal Lens Challenge. This is the second review in a series on Minolta's manual focus normal lenses, to see the first in the series, click here. When investing in a Minolta manual focus system one of the first lenses commonly purchased is a 50mm f/1.4 lens. Defects in Manual Lenses and lens buying advice - phillipreeve.net. This blog is mostly about manual lenses which are usually 30 to 50 years old.
9 Lenses with very special bokeh. I have played with photography a little bit since I was a boy, first with an old Olympus 35mm film point-and-shoot, then with a GameBoy camera and later a pretty terrible mobile phone. Helios 44m-4 58mm f/2 review – jonasrask. Review: Fujifilm X-E1 - Is It A Relevant Camera In 2016? Fuji X Buyer’s Guide. Boost your landscapes with HDR Efex Pro - Life after Photoshop. HDR Efex Pro isn’t just for special effects. It can enhance your images in much more straightforward ways, improving the tonal balance, sky detail and colour saturation.
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