WooBall32

WooBall32

Joined on Mar 25, 2014

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  • thank you! I may take the 60 instead of the 35. I'm only taking 3 of my 4 lenses in order to keep things nice and compact. The 14 is on top and the 35 or the 60 are under the 14, on the bottom of ...
  • Hello! I don't have any experience with UV filters. The filters I got for my setup are "Clear". I had to order them online, because our local "pro shop" only carried UV filters, which I didn't want. ...
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    Thanks for the suggestion and the photo! This is how I have been carrying them and it works quite well. I've actually done as you've suggested with the aperture ring! The XF23 in my main lens. ...
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    Thanks for the great tips, Tony! Looks like I will be adding the Arc to my walking tour. I've not heard of the Tuilleries - I'll have to check it out... Thanks again guys for all the great tips, ...
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    They are the Nikon hoods! :)   Except on the 14mm lens... Thanks for the link. I looked at that hood, but I didn't know if I could get a filter under it w/o vignetting. Only one way to tell! If you ...
  • Great question - yes. I use the Wasabi battery charger, which is very compact. I wrap it in a lens cloth and it sits on top of the lens (XF23) attached to the camera.
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    Great tip Anthony! I wasn't sure that I was going to see the Arc this trip, but I may need to reconsider...
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    Very interesting gadget! I stacked my lenses to see if it would work, unfortunately they are too tall. But, thanks for the suggestion - I may look at it again if I go with another bag later.
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    Thanks for the tips! I will defiantly pre-book the Eiffel, so thanks for the link. Thats interesting about the rear caps. Mine are all TIGHT. I could get my old Nikon rear caps off with one hand. ...
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    Ha! Good question - they are all shorter in length than the Fuji hoods.
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    Your welcome and thanks! I know probably sounds ridiculous... but I've been wandering around Nashville, where I live, and using this setup, taking pictures, just to get used to handling my new ...
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    No hood caps. Just the clear filters, which are easy to keep clean...
  • Here they are packed for travel :) ONA Bowery w/ X-E2, XF23, XF35, XF14, Lens bag/cloth, Lens Pen, 3 Batteries, and 2 spare Memory cards
  • Created discussions Shorty Hoods
    I'm making a trip to Paris for a few days with the wife and didn't want to fuss with the Fuji hoods and lens caps, so I ordered a set of clear filters and some alternate hoods. I'm aware that these ...
  • +1 on Wasabi. I have 2 Fuji and 2 Wasabi batteries that I rotate, and I can't tell the difference. Also, I like their charger...
  • Replied in Thanks, guys!
    Wow, thanks for some of the great responses! I feel like I have a little better handle on what I want to do with my raw workflow. Because I've been with Aperture for quite some time, with other ...
  • Created discussions Apple Aperture, raw question
    I have an X-E2 and I use Aperture to manage my images. Does Aperture "fully" support raw conversion? For example, does the Aperture raw support correct for lens distortion, like the in-camera jpegs do?
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    Thanks, your right - great feedback!
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    Photographers from Nashville might recognize this as the church across the street from Dury's, the only pro camera shop in town... X-E2 with the XF23mm lens. Processed with Aperture using Nik Color ...
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