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11-24-2011, 01:43 PM - 1 Like   #1
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I thought we could start a thread for posting our pictures from these cameras and any future versions. I'll start it off with some of my first shots with my X100



This was from my first day with the camera testing out RGB colors with a CPL filter.




Next was on a hike where the early snow got deeper as we marched on to the destination.







And the view at the lookout was less than spectacular all socked in with clouds






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11-24-2011, 01:59 PM   #2
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Wow. Lovely photos, finally starting to see why people rave about it...
11-25-2011, 10:25 AM   #3
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Love the indoor shot, however it reminds me I need to get parts for our very old Coleman stove

Was able to use a friend's X100 a couple of weekends ago, did not go anywhere but for a walk, nice camera and will borrow it again. Perhaps then I will post some images.
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Gotta love the x100 shots! Those are excellent! I hope you are as excited with your x100 as I am with its little brother the x10!

From landscapes to weddings to cows.....I have enjoyed every click!

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Tuco - very nice photos, great colors and detail. Nice portrait too! I've been longing for some beautiful sky for a while, but just dull and grey instead...

Rupert - great use of available light indoors, vivid and detailed too!



Since we haven't had any bright weather until today, some gritty B&W from X10







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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
I thought we could start a thread for posting our pictures from these cameras and any future versions. I'll start it off with some of my first shots with my X100



This was from my first day with the camera testing out RGB colors with a CPL filter.




Next was on a hike where the early snow got deeper as we marched on to the destination.







And the view at the lookout was less than spectacular all socked in with clouds



Wow! Very impressive! Did you rent the lookout?


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11-25-2011, 11:06 PM   #7
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Wow. Lovely photos, finally starting to see why people rave about it...
Thanks. It's an easy camera to carry around and people are really comfortable with it when you get in close to take a shot for some reason.

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Love the indoor shot, however it reminds me I need to get parts for our very old Coleman stove

Was able to use a friend's X100 a couple of weekends ago, did not go anywhere but for a walk, nice camera and will borrow it again. Perhaps then I will post some images.
Look forward to seeing them.

QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Gotta love the x100 shots! Those are excellent! I hope you are as excited with your x100 as I am with its little brother the x10!

From landscapes to weddings to cows.....I have enjoyed every click!

Best Regards!
Nice results. They are a fun alternative for sure.

QuoteOriginally posted by Duh_Vinci Quote
Tuco - very nice photos, great colors and detail. Nice portrait too! I've been longing for some beautiful sky for a while, but just dull and grey instead...

Rupert - great use of available light indoors, vivid and detailed too!

Since we haven't had any bright weather until today, some gritty B&W from X10

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Thanks. I really like #3. Great character shot.
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Wow! Very impressive! Did you rent the lookout?
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Thanks. No. This is the Park Butte trail on Mt. Baker. Another one of those lookouts like Mt. Pilchuck. The lookout had the Coleman stove and the other stuff. Other hikers there had brought the smaller stove to cook a lunch. The lookout also had a guest signing book that went back to 1932.


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Here is the X100 with a shot at ISO 3200 and flash fill set at its lowest setting at night.





On a tripod, I just set it on the timer and got out of the way of the incoming wave. It was well past sunset.



ISO 800, 1/4 sec

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Thanks. No. This is the Park Butte trail on Mt. Baker. Another one of those lookouts like Mt. Pilchuck. The lookout had the Coleman stove and the other stuff. Other hikers there had brought the smaller stove to cook a lunch. The lookout also had a guest signing book that went back to 1932.
I thought that might have been the location. Beautiful place. I am looking forward to seeing more photos from the X100.


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Tuco - you really are using this camera to your advantage, very nice!

Miracle has happened early today - blue skies opened up! Almost forgot how well wide lenses capture those blue skies! In Velvia setting, no additional colors or contrast, DR priority:







Eventually, the skies started to get grey again...



And found this little dude on the porch (super macro setting with #3 "bokeh helper":



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Tuco - you really are using this camera to your advantage, very nice!
Thanks. I like the praying mantis shot. Nice to have that much marco.

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Okay, even as quiet and potentially stealthy as these cameras may be for candid shots, your presents and camera do not escape our ever-aware, four legged friends.





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You guys are cheaters....you are so much better shooters than I am......but I still have tons of fun with the x10!

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Keep posting, I love what you guys are doing ....excellent!
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You guys are cheaters....you are so much better shooters than I am......but I still have tons of fun with the x10!

Keep posting, I love what you guys are doing ....excellent!
I'm surprised you didn't end up face down on the cement with the knee of a SWAT team member pressed firmly in your back. Last time I took a picture of a train, they were all over me about it.

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