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Old 09-03-2018   #1
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The Blue Glass, Seattle
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I decided to pull off the interstate on the way home from Seattle yesterday. A weather change has come quick this year. Of course we all expect some more sunshine before temps drop again.
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X-Pro 2 w/Rokinon 8mm/f2.8 lens




X-Pro 2 w/16-50mm XC lens




X-Pro 2 w/55-200mm XF lens




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X-Pro 2 w/10-24mm XF lens




X-Pro 2 w/55-200mm XF lens




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X-Pro 2 used at prime focus w/Stellarvue 80mm APO refractor


Starting with the XP1 and moving on to the XP2, I must say that I am quite pleased with this camera and find it surprisingly versatile. My Fujis have not left me wanting for anything else, although the soon to be announced GFX 50R does pique my interest!
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I love my xpro2, Oddly I use it as my fun camera/ JPG machine...but I figured I would post a few. Landscapes are oversaturated because I use the images for oil painting references

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20180904-DSCF4565.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr


20180904-DSCF4576.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr

I'm fairly sure I used a 50mm 1.4 Takumar on these, but it could have been the 85mm 1.8 Takumar.

20180911-DSCF4768-Edit-Edit.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr


20180911-DSCF4780-Edit.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr

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The skin colors in this image look 'right on' to me. Is this SOOC, or did you do some processing of a RAW or jpeg? If so, can you say a bit about what you did to get these great colors? Thanks.
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The skin colors in this image look 'right on' to me. Is this SOOC, or did you do some processing of a RAW or jpeg? If so, can you say a bit about what you did to get these great colors? Thanks.
I was first attracted to Fuji (S5 Pro SLR) because of their great jpeg images straight out of the camera. This image was a jpeg image that was slightly cropped using Picasa. No color adjustment was needed.
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Fans heading to Yokohama stadium.


Hanshin Tigers fans. Of all the baseball teams in Japan the Tigers fans are the most colorful.




A normal fan with a beer in his hand.


The mini cheerleaders for the Yokohama DeNA Baystars team.


A junior size cheerleader.


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Thanks for sharing these Mike. And that Astia looks great. And skin tones in all these recent images looks good!

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Thanks for sharing these Mike. And that Astia looks great. And skin tones in all these recent images looks good!

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Hello David (DwF), thank you for the kind remark, it’s much appreciated.

I think the Astia film simulation is particularly suited to my style of street photography. I’m very pleased with the results I’m getting.

Here are a couple from yesterday.

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Is it just me who doesn't understand why people like Fuji colors so much?
I really dig Canon and Zeiss color science but Fuji colors are kind of on a cold end or is it just the processing.

All new with this Digital Color Science
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Those look really good Mike! And I agree the reach is nice....not too much. Below here is one I did (a couple years back) with the CV 75mm F 1.8 that I picked up while on a trip to the Oregon Coast. I didn't get it for use on my X Pro 2 but it sure works nicely! Of course as a 75mm lens it becomes short telephoto!

And thank you John and Mark for posting. Your images bring nice variety to the thread here.

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^ DwF, that's a gret shot! The Voigtlander 75mm f1.8 Heliar Classic VM lens is one of my faves!

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Thank you Mike. It is a wonderful lens. So is your XF 18mm F2 a great little lens! Fun expressions in your first one here.
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These Japan team rugby shirts are very well made and cost about $100.00 USD each. Across Japan they must have sold millions of them.


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Too bad using an APS-C sensor spoiled all these photographs. Just think how great they could look with a 24 x 36 mm sensor.

Then there's the XTrans sensor issue which seriously degraded these images.

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