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Old 04-26-2017   #2602
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Old 04-26-2017   #2603
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Really great picture !
The colour is very nice.
Can you share any tips on your colour grading process ?

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Thank you Tony!

most of the time I start with a custom ACR presets based on vsco presets (they gave away some time ago basic kit with Provia, Gold and a few more). I spent some time tweaking them to my liking, but still they need to be adjusted to every single picture. Oh and ACR has really ugly "grain". You really want to keep it subtle with grading, and the real deal are curves and shadow/highlights. Bit more blacks with bumped midtones and preserved highlights. I also like to use "auto-color" tool right after initial grading, often only to undo it or tone to 20%, but it makes keeping grays gray easier. I often make so many versions of one picture that I start to hate it.
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Thank you Tony!

most of the time I start with a custom ACR presets based on vsco presets (they gave away some time ago basic kit with Provia, Gold and a few more). I spent some time tweaking them to my liking, but still they need to be adjusted to every single picture. Oh and ACR has really ugly "grain". You really want to keep it subtle with grading, and the real deal are curves and shadow/highlights. Bit more blacks with bumped midtones and preserved highlights. I also like to use "auto-color" tool right after initial grading, often only to undo it or tone to 20%, but it makes keeping grays gray easier. I often make so many versions of one picture that I start to hate it.
Thanks for the in depth reply.

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I found a silver X100F last Saturday at my local Best Buy and bought it. I always wanted to try one, but took it back today. Love the color output and overall design and build quality, but don't care for its ergonomics or zone focusing capability. I decided to stick with my GR. Perhaps a GR III will arrive soon.

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Headed back to my hometown for a few days to enjoy the rain....





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Hey all. This is my first post on the forums here, but I've been lurking for awhile. I started shooting digital when I picked up a fuji x10 to take on a trip to Cape Town, South Africa. I sold that not long ago and just yesterday took delivery of my new/old X100. Here are some sample shots from my first time out with it.



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Headed back to my hometown for a few days to enjoy the rain....

Love this one, Matt. This is my turf as well.

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Love this one, Matt. This is my turf as well.

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Thanks John! Got another one from the same platform looking the opposite way. If only that damn building in the background wasn't so prevalent....
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Thanks John! Got another one from the same platform looking the opposite way. If only that damn building in the background wasn't so prevalent....
I think it appropriate to use photoshop in this case. If only we could photoshop him and his band of cronies the f*ck out of the White House! Oops, sorry, just excited about that wonderful feature of photoshop!

And nice pic by the way! David
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I think it appropriate to use photoshop in this case.
Calm sunset after just after a storm rolled through. Lone surfer carrying his board in the background
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Weekend Getaway - Laramie by Andrew Brosig, on Flickr

From first serious shoot with X100F which finally arrived earlier this week. This is a volunteer "prisoner" at the Wyoming Territorial Prison Historic Site in Laramie today (Saturday). Specifically, he's working in the broom shop, which was one of the most sought-after jobs when the prison was active. Famous inmates included Butch Cassidy.
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Trying to make at least one photo a day with the new X100F. Found this scene in Scottsbluff, Neb., as I was heading home. Couldn't resist the obvious correlation between the sign and the row of hay bales.
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