prime

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  • Rockford, IL!  Who’da thunk?  The largest Japanese garden I ever have seen in the American Midwest is a tiny plot on the campus of Carleton College in Northfield, MN.  My bride volunteers as a ...
  • Papa48 wrote: Nice images. All captured in Wisconsin? Or . . .?
  • Papa48 wrote: Some shots of our 5-year-old and 8-year-old grandsons; exposures the same, processing differs. M size, P mode, DR400, natural light from window. Camera .JPG tweaked to taste in Apple ...
  • Papa48 wrote: We are in Oakland (California) baby-sitting our two grandsons this weekend as their parents went off on a romantic three-day getaway.  It was bright the entire (short) time I was ...
  • Created discussion thread [C&C] Fujifilm EXR: .JPG vs. .RAF
    Leaves fallen on a concrete stairway; bright early October day. All photos taken with Fujifilm X-10: Mode dial set to EXR, DR priority, JPEG only (RAW not possible); camera made all decisions; SOOC. ...
  • griddi wrote: Yours is a question to which it would be difficult to find an answer, because — from my personal observation, and I do not myself shoot pictures with a mobile phone — it appears that ...
  • griddi wrote: Griddi, I like the nice, tight, cropping, a (nearly) lost art in the age of cell phone photography.
  • Replied in At the Marina
    Papa48 wrote: Usually, when I discuss grain in a photograph, it relates to Kodak Tri-X 400 or the like, but not this time.  Papa48, that is great grain!  Nicely set off by the soft geranium ...
  • Created discussion thread Post Fujifilm Wood
    Any wood that is true to its essence of being wood -- taken with a Fujica or Fujifilm camera. “Before” remainders removed from an exterior flight of steps as part of some remodeling. Postlude to a ...
  • Toward the right, the guy in the hoodie jacket:  what is going on? . . .
  • . . .  or should I say, “rush hour”? A quiet Japanese city:  Yamagata-ken (prefecture), Tsuruoka-shi (city) on a Tuesday morning, from the front door of the train station in the middle of the city, ...
  • Lloydy wrote: Posting this at the autumnal equinox in the Northern Hemisphere, and the vernal equinox in the Southern Hemisphere. By any standard of digital photography, the circa 2006 Fujifilm S3 ...
  • tinpusher wrote: I, too, did not get much joy from the RAW images that I captured with my X10 (or with the XF1, which has the same sensor). I could not improve upon the camera-produced .jpg files ...
  • Aldersyde wrote: I could not agree more. Could you please share the settings on the X10 that you used for those shots? M size or L size? Velvia film simulation? ISO AutoXXX? . . .
  • JC PM wrote: As one robin does not make a spring, so I would be wary of relying on hints conveyed in one letter from a mid-level management position at Fujifilm.  However, IF Fujifilm ever again ...
  • Aldersyde wrote: With respect, your statement above was not directly responsive to Sactojim’s inquiry, which was: With the mode dial set to Aperture Priority, the X10 can be. and often is, shooting ...
  • Aldersyde wrote: . . . and a few stops greater dynamic range than the X30 can deliver.
  • Washington Park Zoo, Portland, Oregon. From the Sapporo Beer Tower, Ebisu, Tokyo At Enoshima Station, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan Utsunomiya Station, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan . . .
  • Lloydy wrote: I love the station architecture, Dave, and you captured some great colors there. Thank you for posting.
  • The_WB wrote: Nice images; it looks like a place that would be fun to visit; too bad we do not have a *planned* trip to the Detroit area in our itinerary.  (Possibility, however, that we could get ...
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