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xtasy Curated by xtasy Act a Fuji: Four Months With The X100S

Act a Fuji: Four Months With The X100S

For all you hipster and pro photogs out there, I’m sure you already know that the X100S has already been out for quite some time now. So if you’re looking for another one of those lengthy, technical, in-depth pixel peeping reviews about this camera? Then you’ve most definitely came to the wrong place. This is about a four-month adventure with a piece of technology that the good folks from Fujfilm generously offered to let me put on my left shoulder. A journey through life as someone who makes pictures for a living. I didn’t know much about the X100S [...]

xtasy Curated by xtasy January 30th, 2014 ….. Fuji XP1 & 18mm on Philly Streets

January 30th, 2014 ….. Fuji XP1 & 18mm on Philly Streets

See that guy up there…yeah, yeah…the one in the photo. Well, he’s a Philly street shooter named Anthony. As it turns out we are Flickr friends and we met in reality by accident. See, I was walking west on Arch by 13th and he was stooping down like in the photo. I saw him but don’t think he saw me cause I’m like this stealth invisible camera toting shooter that no one can see until after the fact. Of course when I get home Tanya calls me an idiot and “Take the damn trash out”! So I raised the [...]

January 30th, 2014 ….. Fuji XP1 & 18mm on Philly Streets 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote

xtasy Curated by xtasy More Fujifilm X-T1 Sample Images

More Fujifilm X-T1 Sample Images

At the end of 2013, I was brought onboard to test an early version of the Fuji X-T1 firmware and produce sample images to highlight the features of this new camera. Since it was still two months away from being announced to the public, I essentially became the first person in the US to shoot with what was to become the X-T1 . In fact, some of my photos have been included in the X-T1 catalog  and on the Fuji X-T1 website . With its rugged, weather sealed SLR style body, a highly evolved, predictive, 8 frames per second [...]

xtasy Curated by xtasy Fujifilm X-Series Grips and Plates – Personalised Colours Available

Fujifilm X-Series Grips and Plates – Personalised Colours Available

PhotoMadd is pleased to announce you can now purchase their X-Pro1, X-E1, X-E1 and X100/X100S plates in gunmetal grey, red and blue. Stock is very limited, so come and be part of an small club! Personalise your X-Series camera. SONY ILCE-7 (70mm, f/11, 1/100 sec, ISO100) Available exclusively through.  http://photomaddshop.co.uk Don’t worry though stealth shooters, black is still available! Comments comments X-Pro 1 at night featured Fujifilm X-E1 and 18-55mm kit lens

xtasy Curated by xtasy Zeiss announces Touit 50mm F2.8 Macro for Sony and Fujifilm mirrorless

Zeiss announces Touit 50mm F2.8 Macro for Sony and Fujifilm mirrorless

Previous news story    Next news story Zeiss has announced an addition to its Touit family of lenses, in the shape of a 50mm F2.8 Macro. The Touit 2.8/50M is designed for mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensors, and will come in Sony E and Fujifilm X mounts; with an aperture ring on the latter. With an angle of view equivalent to 75mm on full frame, it offers 1:1 magnification for close-up shooting.  Like the other Touit lenses it includes autofocus, but no image stabilisation. It will go on sale in March 2014 with a recommended price of EUR 755 (excl. [...]

xtasy Curated by xtasy Kage Collective :: Now We Are 7

Kage Collective :: Now We Are 7

The big announcement today is that we have gone from three to seven members over at  The Kage Collective . Our three new members are fellow documentary photographers (in alphabetical order)  Vincent Baldensperger  fron Toulouse, France,  Craig Litten  from Palm Beach, USA and Fuji X photographer  Bert Stephani  from Steenokkerzeel, Belgium. All three of them are great photographers in their own right and we look forward to including their stories in the near future. But for now you can take a look at our updated  Members Portfolio  section on the Kage Collective site. All seven portfolios are newly updated…so [...]

xtasy Curated by xtasy Blog Stats

Blog Stats

Admittedly, most cameras seem to have an X in their name these days . I further admit that I can’t see the point in owning multiple Fuji X cameras. I can see myself wanting two FF cameras to shoot events, but otherwise I’m glad I sold my X-Pro1. Cameras like that ought to be used, not sit on the shelf. Equally though, I’ve been through a period of not enjoying shooting so much with my Fuji X cameras.   It’s fair to say I recognise the issue that Steve Huff described in his review of the X-E2 around image [...]

xtasy Curated by xtasy Vintage style !

Vintage style !

Je viens d’essayer une nouvelle recette de traitement d’image … essai concluant ! … photo prise avec mon petit X100 que j’adore ! I just tried a new recipe for image processing … successful test! … photo taken with my little X100 I love it!   Voici une version N&B … Voici ma nouvelle expérimentation sur l’humain … empreintes humaines … empreintes corporelles … DSCF1735b – finale_1 DSCF1968 – finale_1