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Jamie Pillers 05-27-2011 11:30

Post your X100 photos
 
Lets create a place here to post X100 photos (Moderator - can this be a 'sticky'?) Here are some my first images using this camera.

OlliL 05-27-2011 11:35


First test with the X100 von oliverleschke auf Flickr


Got it von oliverleschke auf Flickr


Weat in the wind von oliverleschke auf Flickr

RayPA 05-27-2011 11:40

And this is very cute! Oh, yeah...Nice OOF areas and quality on these. :o

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Originally Posted by OlliL (Post 1631045)

Got it von oliverleschke auf Flickr


Jamie Pillers 05-27-2011 11:44

I love the dog portrait!

OlliL 05-27-2011 11:51

Thanks guys.

greyelm 05-27-2011 13:32

First day out with the X100


SimonSawSunlight 05-28-2011 15:51

woo woo!








bwcolor 05-28-2011 18:37






I don't get out much...

Richard G 05-28-2011 19:29

Less than 24 hours in I'm liking this. All JPEGS. I haven't learnt yet what to do with the RAW workflow. Out of respect the first one is the Hexar, a little worried I think.


Hexar AF by Richard GM2, on Flickr


the next two ISO 1250, ridiculously good:


from the MOMA shop by Richard GM2, on Flickr


Royal Arcade by Richard GM2, on Flickr



Little Collins St by Richard GM2, on Flickr



Cafe, Block Lane by Richard GM2, on Flickr


Block Lane by Richard GM2, on Flickr

a little bright:


Cnr Elizabeth and Collins by Richard GM2, on Flickr

Needed Marco:


Cnr Elizabeth and Collins by Richard GM2, on Flickr


Collins St by Richard GM2, on Flickr

marcr1230 05-29-2011 10:55

Here's a couple - I'm finding the focus to be hit or miss, and ISO management a bit hinky.




Richard G 05-29-2011 21:23


Faster than BMW by Richard GM2, on Flickr

I must have panned slightly too slow so that his right foot moving backwards is the stillest thing there. This is 1/30s. Great having such control of shutter speed.


Lamp by Richard GM2, on Flickr

Both JPEGS OOC

OlliL 05-29-2011 23:56


Grandma von oliverleschke auf Flickr

gilpen123 05-30-2011 00:40






kuvvy 05-30-2011 07:04

ISO3200 1/70th @ f2 (Not a self portrait)


ISO3200 1/20th @ f2



benjie 05-30-2011 07:42

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Originally Posted by kuvvy (Post 1632990)
ISO3200 1/70th @ f2 (Not a self portrait)
ISO3200 1/20th @ f2

very impressive images, I'm loving the low light capability of this camera.

benjie 05-30-2011 07:52

This is my first time to post images here as I'm new to the digital rangefinder style of shooting! I must say that I'm loving shooting the Fuji X100 in low light situations, people just react differently to the smaller package than my Canon 5D Mark II!
Here are a few images that I took this weekend at my wife's grandparents home. The gentleman in these photos is on hospice care now, but at one time was a great member of the Marine Corp.


_DSF5531-Edit-web-B&W by benjie edmonson, on Flickr
ISO 640 F2 1/45 sec


_DSF5494-Edit-web by benjie edmonson, on Flickr
ISO 1000 F2.8 1/90 sec


_DSF5475-web-B&W by benjie edmonson, on Flickr
ISO 1600 F4.0 1/40 sec


_DSF5430-Edit-web-B&W by benjie edmonson, on Flickr
ISO 1000 F4.0 1/35 sec

Jamie Pillers 05-30-2011 07:56

But that's what these images are about! If you saw the woman's face in the first image, you wouldn't likely think about the colors. The second image is about the strange disconnects our consumer society creates. And the third is only about the word "urban" and the scene that surrounds it. :-)

kuvvy 05-30-2011 10:17








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bwcolor 05-30-2011 11:32

Nice work.. I can't decide which one I like best. You certainly use off horizonal/vertical to creative advantage. Now, how do I get my X100 to take such good photos? Let;s see.. it does have a fully auto setting.

_larky 05-30-2011 12:13

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Originally Posted by bwcolor (Post 1633151)
Nice work.. I can't decide which one I like best. You certainly use off horizonal/vertical to creative advantage. Now, how do I get my X100 to take such good photos? Let;s see.. it does have a fully auto setting.

Auto!!! Never.

bwcolor 05-30-2011 20:31

Yellow * Green * PINK! Carnival 2011 San Francisco
 

Keith 05-30-2011 20:47

Shot from my X100 before it died and went to Fuji heaven. :D


Richard G 05-30-2011 23:51

This one is great Keith. Very sorry yours is kaput, but total failure is better for the return. Hope the replacement is a gem.

Jamie Pillers 05-31-2011 09:43

Black and white images here
 
Simon..., OlliL, and Benjie:
Your B&W images are stunning. I'm curious... were these straight our of the camera, using the "monochrome" setting? Or did you post-process them? If so, what software did you use? Thanks.
Jamie

bwcolor 05-31-2011 13:52

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Originally Posted by RayPA (Post 1633927)
Gary, is this one straight from the camera without PS-type (saturation, replace color, etc.) manipulation?/

No.. I wanted strong colors.

Shot RAW only and then lots of manipulation in AP3.0. Increased saturation and vibrance and then worked on blown highlights and shadows. Every shot had blown highlights using matrix metering pre adjustment. That light was brutal.

DanK 06-01-2011 03:33

Simon,
Wonderful portrait. Great detail and expression

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Originally Posted by SimonSawSunlight (Post 1631924)



Koven:
Great composition!

gilpen
LOL, I love this shot.
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Originally Posted by Gilpen (Post 1631924)

Kuvvy, I love the lighting and sense of space. The second one has a very 1930's cinema lighting feel. Fantastic.
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Originally Posted by Kuvvy (Post 1631924)



Benjie,
Great sense of intimacy and caring. Very well done.
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Originally Posted by Benjie (Post 1631924)



Some shots I have captured over the past month. I love the stealthiness this camera affords. Silent mode is my favorite. I have missed shooting with a "rangefinderish" camera for a while. The high ISO capabilities have exceeded my expectations but the hit or miss focusing has been a greater let down in low light, even with the AF assist. Quirks aside, I have been loving to shoot with it. I hope the manual focus slow issue can be resolved.



Bed time by danklar, on Flickr


Livy on the farm by danklar, on Flickr


Jaks big smile by danklar, on Flickr


Jak in green 1 by danklar, on Flickr


Paul by danklar, on Flickr


Love the Pano feature,

TZ Bridge Pano by danklar, on Flickr
No Post work on this one, straight out of the camera. Need to get rid of the ghost cars.

Full Version: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5270/...ffa396ab_o.jpg

Richard G 06-01-2011 04:50


Melbourne by Richard GM2, on Flickr

(Crop)


Hoddle Street by Richard GM2, on Flickr


Southern Cross by Richard GM2, on Flickr

Wasn't sure what was happening with the exposure so took it down from the window...


Melbourne by Richard GM2, on Flickr

Laurence 06-01-2011 11:08

The Olympic rain forests are intrinsically very difficult to ascertain any
kind of decent composition. The detail in the landscape is an overlaod
on the brain, and it becomes (for me) a true challenge of where the hell
to point the camera! Mad

I decided that instead of trying to simplify, an almost impossible task,
that I would just go ahead and compose directly onto the "jungle" and
let things fall where they may.

This terrain was very broad and flat, with an area of several square
kilometers, so I used compass bearings to keep in touch with where
the nearest trail was. That trail would take me back to my car.


Traveling North-Northeast
Compass Bearing 93 East

Richard G 06-01-2011 13:06

Velvia setting? I hope you have an EPRB in that sort of terrain. Beautiful panorama.

SimonSawSunlight 06-01-2011 13:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jamie Pillers (Post 1633882)
Simon..., OlliL, and Benjie:
Your B&W images are stunning. I'm curious... were these straight our of the camera, using the "monochrome" setting? Or did you post-process them? If so, what software did you use? Thanks.
Jamie

silver efex. digital black and white is just so much more complicated and time-consuming than film. :D

greyelm 06-02-2011 13:36




gilpen123 06-04-2011 04:36

ISO 3200


GMcD 06-04-2011 05:46

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bawtree...57626253914757

greyelm 06-04-2011 13:45


_larky 06-04-2011 13:50


bwcolor 06-04-2011 18:01

EI: 3200 & Noise Ninja
 

Jamie Pillers 06-04-2011 22:20

It really is amazing how well it does at those high ISOs!

Harry S. 06-04-2011 23:06

This is making it exceptionally hard not to buy an X100!

Must save for M9!

kuvvy 06-05-2011 07:24







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