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Old 10-23-2016   #2601
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September morning on Sharbot Lake. X100, two frames stitched with PSE.

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Waking up in a Vienna hotel room... September 2014. Fuji X-100.
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Old 10-23-2016   #2603
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Behind the Lake Ijssel dam near Hindelopen, Friesland, The Netherlands. October 2014. Fuji X-100.
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Old 10-23-2016   #2604
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Fashion Night Out - Bergdorf Window - Fifth Avenue (2011)

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Lovely photo! did you use any of the in-camera film simulation preset?
Thanks. No, it's a RAW file processed in Lightroom.
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DR400 and build-in ND filter.
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Trixie Whitley in the Crowd by sevres babylone, en Flickr, X100T

Black Lips - Gonerfest XIII by sevres babylone, en Flickr. X100T
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Old 10-24-2016   #2610
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Old 10-24-2016   #2611
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x100T handheld

[IMG]R00027.jpg by Tom O'Connell[/IMG]
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Old 11-20-2016   #2612
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been tweaking presets in ACR for around a month and finally I start to like the output.
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Old 11-20-2016   #2613
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been tweaking presets in ACR for around a month and finally I start to like the output.
Very nice! The transition from optimum Bayer raw rendering parameters to optimum parameters for Xtrans rendering does take some time.
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build in ND is a blessing, this shot was ISO800 @ f/2 so I could use DR400.
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[IMG]august BW.jpg by Tom OConnell[/IMG]

x100T - 2 fences, side by side
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Christmas Eve on a way to a family friends. Edited in Silver Efx Pro 2. Thinking I might print this to hang in my house.

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Wonderful images this page......makes me long for my X100S.

This one really grabs me. Aside from it just being a striking image, there is so much happening- a voyeuristic aspect, but so much more with spaces and even movement. Beautifully captured!

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Just want to say this "old" X100 never ceases to amaze me. This is a 5.3s shot hand held by stablizing he camera between my knees as I sat down. Horizon indicator is nice too, now if only i would have been perfectly orientated...

Stair well 2 by Nick de la Rua, on Flickr
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This is the final frame of this session, subtle differences in each frame, if you've looked at others in the series.

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love so much about this image. bravo!

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Just want to say this "old" X100 never ceases to amaze me. This is a 5.3s shot hand held by stablizing he camera between my knees as I sat down. Horizon indicator is nice too, now if only i would have been perfectly orientated...

Stair well 2 by Nick de la Rua, on Flickr
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very nice. works on so many levels. also brings to mind Hopper. bravo
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Tajart & DwF..... Thank you
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