Fujiukian

Joined on Dec 12, 2016

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  • Replied in Power Plant
    Have a look at this one https://www.nazraeli.co.uk/complete-catalogue/michael-kenna-ratcliffe-power-station and this one https://www.nazraeli.co.uk/complete-catalogue/michael-kenna-northern-england ...
  • The only 'filtration' in post processing you can use is curves and masks as there is no color to filter only luminance. I use a red filter on the lens to increase contrast in the sky. Also have ...
  • Like the last image particularly. One person at least appears to be avoiding the hypnotic need to join a very long queue ..
  • If it was brand new, it should go back to Leica. If I was the new buyer I wouldn't want to take a chance on its long term reliability
  • I went for a Really Right Stuff BH-55 and Gitzo 3 series tripod. Unless I drop it I well never need another one, it feels like it will last for the next 25 years and by then i'll be done ! The most ...
  • Thanks for the input. Budget restrictions almost certainly mean it won't initially be Leica lenses I buy.
  • Thanks for the reply although 'super-sharpness' isn't an expectation for this journey. I have a Fuji GF + Lenses + big Gitzo tripod if much sharpness is needed. This is more an emotional process ...
  • Thanks for the suggestion, although film adds further dimensions of change at the same time which i think is a stretch too far. I would probably end up down a developing, scanning rabbit warren ...
  • Some reasons why : I have in the past used the optical viewfinder on a Fuji X100V and X-Pro2 and like the way framing is helped by seeing elements outside the frame 'flowing into it'. I did find ...
  • Created discussion thread From Q2 to M, which one though ?
    Since deciding to acquire a Q2M that was shortly followed by a Q2 as I loved the Leica look and feel and the image quality (most of the time - the Q2 lens has some edge aberrations). I am now ...
  • Unfortunately not, it suspect (from what the previous owner said) the switch had never been moved to MF until I tried. It went back and I eventually ended up with Ricoh GR III for my small carry ...
  • They took a very long time to decide to support Fuji cameras. I have also had a bad experience with their customer support. I would advise caution before you rely on their workflow too heavily.
  • If you use one of the lens caps when the camera is in the dusty environment (pocket etc) then that will stop the dust accumulating and subsequently getting sucked into when the lens extends. That's ...
  • Replied in Beech Cathedral
  • Replied in New York City
    Its this ISO concern that tells me I will probably be happier with an M10 for the lower light images, but the cost is a bit too much at the moment. I keep on thinking I should try a M240, but I ...
  • Replied in New York City
    Great set of images, am interested in a similar set up. What ISO were the lower light images ? Looks like there isn't much noise.
  • Perhaps that is Leica's way of recreating the focusing experience digitally when they would really prefer you make use of the rangefinder mechanism carefully perfected over many years ;-) The image ...
  • That one is a bit pixelated for my tastes ;-) Not sure the style will catch on ! The Great Ouse is a reasonably long river in Cambridgeshire UK. I am sure I have some images of similar punting ...
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