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Old 03-25-2012   #1
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Post your X-Pro1 images...

Now that the X-Pro1 is shipping and in use, how about a thread of sample images? Here are four to get things going. All are out of camera jpegs taken with the Fujinon XF 18mm lens. More images and commentary available on my blog here.










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I think the first one is the best, hands down. Great tonality and rather abstract looking.
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This was about my 5th or 6th "real" (= not taken in my kitchen to test lenses/high ISO performance) shot with the camera when I took it for a test spin at the weekend - fortunately this fog lifted very quickly or the pics in my first impressions thread would all have looked like this! There's an obvious irony in using a state of the art digital setup to capture an image that could have been taken in 1948 but I'm determined to remain oblivious to it....

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And another one from yesterday.

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This was about my 5th or 6th "real" (= not taken in my kitchen to test lenses/high ISO performance) shot with the camera when I took it for a test spin at the weekend - fortunately this fog lifted very quickly or the pics in my first impressions thread would all have looked like this! There's an obvious irony in using a state of the art digital setup to capture an image that could have been taken in 1948 but I'm determined to remain oblivious to it....

GORGEOUS ...just Love the Mood, The Light, The Fog
Splendid !
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This was about my 5th or 6th "real" (= not taken in my kitchen to test lenses/high ISO performance) shot with the camera when I took it for a test spin at the weekend - fortunately this fog lifted very quickly or the pics in my first impressions thread would all have looked like this! There's an obvious irony in using a state of the art digital setup to capture an image that could have been taken in 1948 but I'm determined to remain oblivious to it....

Gee, that brings back memories of cold days. Even walking to work through the frost and snow! I used to board in digs on Station Road with a Mrs Tadgell when I was a trainee manager at Foster Mills (Spillers Ltd). It was their technical research centre and I remember working on the development of a process to manufacture extruded and expanded starch chips or crisps, rather like the prawn crackers you get in Chinese restaurants. From there I went to start up a new mill at Gainsborough in Lincolnshire and then, finished training that took me to Avonmouth (Hosegoods), Ilford and Mile End (Millennium Mills in Royal Victoria Dock), Cambridge and Gainsborough I came back to Australia after four years in the UK. Sadly, I see that Hosegoods, Millennium, Foster Mills and many others lie derelict these days, but it seems the Gainsborough mill continues in production but under other owners. There was a huge program of rebuilding and modernising flour mills all over the country after WW2 that was still going on during my time there.
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Lerab Ling, France

Spent a couple of days at Lerab Ling temple north of Montpellier in the Herault. Very impressive!

These were all imaged at ISO6400.


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Yikes !!!!!

Your photos from the Lerab Ling temple are amazing.

Wow!
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Here are a couple more at ISO25600

The first one was to demonstrate the camera's ability in AF-S mode to selectively focus on the bottle in the foreground


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sorry the temple connection is too slow to upload the second photo right now...
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I LOVE that image...great mood created.

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This was about my 5th or 6th "real" (= not taken in my kitchen to test lenses/high ISO performance) shot with the camera when I took it for a test spin at the weekend - fortunately this fog lifted very quickly or the pics in my first impressions thread would all have looked like this! There's an obvious irony in using a state of the art digital setup to capture an image that could have been taken in 1948 but I'm determined to remain oblivious to it....
Fantastic image, you've got a great eye!
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I've been home sick so my only shots are of my long suffering model, Jasper

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This was about my 5th or 6th "real" (= not taken in my kitchen to test lenses/high ISO performance) shot with the camera when I took it for a test spin at the weekend - fortunately this fog lifted very quickly or the pics in my first impressions thread would all have looked like this! There's an obvious irony in using a state of the art digital setup to capture an image that could have been taken in 1948 but I'm determined to remain oblivious to it....

This is gorgeous. What great mood.
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impressive pics... is there any M mount adapter out already? I'm really curious to see how it deals with some M lenses... 12/5.6, 35/1.2, 35/2, 50/0.95..
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A few from the Cambridge American military cemetery this morning.

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And getting to know the 18:



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Some recent colour work with the 18mm:





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Here are a few pictures of my wife, one during midday, the other at the dark of night with barely any light...

Both are post processed.

Xpro1 with 35/1.4.

Loving it.

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Here's a portrait taken with the 35mm Fujinon at f2.


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Here are a couple more at ISO25600

The first one was to demonstrate the camera's ability in AF-S mode to selectively focus on the bottle in the foreground


DSCF6345 by areality4all, on Flickr

sorry the temple connection is too slow to upload the second photo right now...
This is really unbelievable performance at this ISO speed!
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Here's one from a wonder around Edinburgh. Edited in Lightroom 4.1RC (JPG) as we're still awaiting the RAW support coming.

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First attempts developing raw's with Silk pix
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From my Flickr - using the Kipon adapter and the 50 pre-ASPH lux.

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Since I'm mostly interested in high ISO performance in crappy lighting when using digital, attached is a boring shot taken inside a diner @ ISO 6400 in macro mode using the 18/2 (f/2 & 1/60th sec.), straight conversion to TIFF from the raw file, with no noise reduction, sharpening, etc., only a bit of curves adjustment before converting to JPG in Photoshop. The 2nd file is obviously just a crop of the 1st.
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With a Kipon adapter & a 75 Summilux (I like things dark -- always have):

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Above, 35/1.4 at 3200 in fairly bright light. Below, 35/1.4 in the crap light of the Alaskan Bar. Auto white balance @ 3200.



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A few hours after the tornados, the light was kind of odd around here. JPG imported to LR4, no alterations except for a little noise reduction and export.


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Both shot with 35/1.4 at ISO 3200 in Fine Medium size (+ RAW). Then the Jpegs were transferred to iPhone using Eye-Fi direct mode, then photo streamed to iPad, then uploaded to Picasa.
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Here are a few which I shot today. I have to say that shooting with the X-Pro is really a pleasure. The camera is light enough that carrying around my neck all day is no problem, and the camera seems to take a perfectly exposed shot, no matter what the conditions.






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Long time I didn´t have such a pleasure shooting a camera; not since my father´s Voigtländer Vito B to be honest (original, small edition); that camera died in ´77 from shutter failure, after more than 20 years of faithful service!

Here are a few all with 35mm, OOC JPG without any post-processing. The other two lenses are on back order here, should finally be delivered next week.










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Outstanding pictures and processing! How do they compare to OOC JPGs, if you shot them together?
I wish Aperture could deliver a bit faster, time to start using SilkyPix I guess...
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From my Flickr - using the Kipon adapter and the 50 pre-ASPH lux.

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Good shot. I've photographed him on Yonge St. in the past.
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Crappy light at 6400 f2 with 35 1.4



ISO 5000 at f1.4 - curves and slight sharpening in LR4



ISO 6400 @ f2

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Last one shot in almost no light at all, 1/8 handheld, f/1.4, ISO 6400.
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Both shot with 35/1.4 at ISO 3200 in Fine Medium size (+ RAW). Then the Jpegs were transferred to iPhone using Eye-Fi direct mode, then photo streamed to iPad, then uploaded to Picasa.
That cat must be exhausted after that journey.
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Here are a few pictures of my wife, one during midday, the other at the dark of night with barely any light...

Both are post processed.

Xpro1 with 35/1.4.

Loving it.

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Very nice photos , beautiful wife! Congrats on both.
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Leica 35mm Summilux pre-ASPH
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