** Weekly X Series Photo Thread 26 AUG - 01 SEP **

Started Aug 26, 2018 | Discussions
DarnGoodPhotos Veteran Member • Posts: 8,603
Evening GTO
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Bob Tullis
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Re: Downtime

Vic Chapman wrote:

Bob Tullis wrote:

. Playing the sunset from where it lies

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Three pictures each deserving of high praise IMO. The first, of a gentle sunset with a sense of peace is beautifully framed - I love trees! The second, again well composed, has such crisp detail I feel I reach out and get my hand wet. The third well composed picture has calm water and gentle clouds from the time exposure and engenders a sense of quietude.

Deserving of more comments and likes.

There's so much impressive work about, of many styles and genres, it can be overwhelming to comment on much of it  with other than platitudes after a point.   I feel very lax in this department myself (I used to be a much more critically supportive voice on other forum weeklies).

Thanks, a lot, Vic.

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clickclack Contributing Member • Posts: 841
Rear curtain flash
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Looking at the fantasticphotos above, this is rather pathetic

clickclack Contributing Member • Posts: 841
Re: Downtime

Wow, this is just amazing! Sometimes, it seems as if people with Fuji have the most fun, because here you find the best photos!

Bob Tullis wrote:

. Playing the sunset from where it lies

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Bob Tullis
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Re: Rear curtain flash

clickclack wrote:

Looking at the fantasticphotos above, this is rather pathetic

You forget,  vision and execution counts for a lot.  I mean, A LOT.

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martinpek
martinpek New Member • Posts: 5
Joyful shooting with X-T100 and 7artisans 35/1.2
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X-T100 and 7artisans 35/1.2

OP MOD BobsYourUncle Veteran Member • Posts: 6,555
NOTE FOR NEXT WEEK'S (TOMORROW'S) PHOTO THREAD...

It will start a wee bit early for those in the western hemisphere but early in the morning for the rest of the world.... (I think)

So if you have any images to post give it a few hours.....if you can.

Bob

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JS Burnie
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Re: Rear curtain flash

No, it's cool!  

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clickclack Contributing Member • Posts: 841
Re: Rear curtain flash

JS Burnie wrote:

No, it's cool!

Thanks for the peptalk

Tom Schum
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Re: Joyful shooting with X-T100 and 7artisans 35/1.2

Looks good!  Nice to see a shot from this lens.

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