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11-30-2020, 02:24 AM - 1 Like   #1891
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LeRolls, i wonder how many see the great backgrounds and thought you put into these.
It's all part of what makes your images.

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funny shot
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For the new little package , jmac ..... : ) cute .
Oops, I had to remove that one as it was taken on the K-3 not a Fujifilm camera.

This one was definitely taken on the X-T20 and 23mm f/2. At some time in the future I may look into the Viltrox 23/1.4 but for now the Fujinon f/2 continues to provide very good results.


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x-pro1, helios 44, 2/ 58
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x-pro1, helios 44, 2/ 58


nice!

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nice!
thanks , pepperberry.




x-pro1, smc k 35/3.5
this is not the best lens for bokeh, but i shoulda got the focus better. wide open.

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Oops, I had to remove that one as it was taken on the K-3 not a Fujifilm camera.

This one was definitely taken on the X-T20 and 23mm f/2. At some time in the future I may look into the Viltrox 23/1.4 but for now the Fujinon f/2 continues to provide very good results.


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11-30-2020, 09:23 AM - 4 Likes   #1896
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this time to the to Apaches

Golden sunrise or bronze sunset .. or maybe it's Mackenna's gold (in the bottom picture)...
"Then the shadow of the pinnacle of "Shaking Rock" starts to move. Watching this, MacKenna for the first time believes in the legend. The shadow eventually ends at a hidden passageway cutting into a mountainside. They ride through it and emerge on the other side.They see below them a large vein of pure gold" (size as in the bottom picture, and maybe more)... once watched this movie... there were Apaches in that movie

I apologize (I already wrote about this once) when uploading new photos, I need to delete old ones (since the limit is running out)

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this time to the to Apaches

Golden sunrise or bronze sunset .. or maybe it's Mackenna's gold (in the bottom picture)...
"Then the shadow of the pinnacle of "Shaking Rock" starts to move. Watching this, MacKenna for the first time believes in the legend. The shadow eventually ends at a hidden passageway cutting into a mountainside. They ride through it and emerge on the other side.They see below them a large vein of pure gold" (size as in the bottom picture, and maybe more)... once watched this movie... there were Apaches in that movie
Apaches just over that ridge .... Martin Stu . I think the Comanches were the most notorious though....

Martin Stu : For your eyes only : https://www.wearethemighty.com/mighty-history/native-tribes-feared-by-army/

All is fair in love war , and apparently politics ... steal , an election , steal a country ....

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LeRolls, i wonder how many see the great backgrounds and thought you put into these.
It's all part of what makes your images.
Much appreciated



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Apaches just over that ridge ....
yes, as if they are behind this ridge... but they have now "buried tomahawks" and smoked a "pipe of peace".. wait ... but what are those sounds? again?... apparently too early to relax... they are on the warpath again... what to do, what to do?.... maybe it's not too late to be saved?.... I used to run really well, especially long distances ... once I ran about 10 miles on autopilot (in training)... hmmm ... but that was before, but now I can't ... hmmm, can I disguise myself? can pretend to be a bush? somehow spread your arms and freeze and they will run by...

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I think the Comanches were the most notorious though....

and we have Apaches was more known by movies... oddly enough because of the westerns of German production... film adaptation of Winnetou, chief of the Apaches, etc.

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thank you, thank you...
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Still have my K5 and a handful of lenses, but just received my Fuji XT-3 and it feels like a new day in my photography. I am super excited about the camera! Spent the day learning the menu system yesterday and while I only have the 18-55 for the time being am chomping at the bit to get out and shoot! The images in this thread are inspiring!
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Still have my K5 and a handful of lenses, but just received my Fuji XT-3 and it feels like a new day in my photography. I am super excited about the camera! Spent the day learning the menu system yesterday and while I only have the 18-55 for the time being am chomping at the bit to get out and shoot! The images in this thread are inspiring!
Congratulations!

now show us something!!!
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sea storm. Fujifilm x-t20 cinematic footage 4k - youtube
i used fujifilm xt-20 and fujinon 55-200 mm with ois turned on. 25 fps, 4k.


очень хорошо сделано
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Still have my K5 and a handful of lenses, but just received my Fuji XT-3 and it feels like a new day in my photography. I am super excited about the camera! Spent the day learning the menu system yesterday and while I only have the 18-55 for the time being am chomping at the bit to get out and shoot! The images in this thread are inspiring!
Congrats ! ... do not ever discount the 18-55 because it is an excellent zoom IMHO. I would suggest a Pentax K to Fuji X adapter ... it's a lot of fun!
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Congrats ! ... do not ever discount the 18-55 because it is an excellent zoom IMHO. I would suggest a Pentax K to Fuji X adapter ... it's a lot of fun!
the only adapter I have yet to buy....
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