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FUJI

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About FUJI

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    Life in general, a camera of some kind is with me whenever I leave the house, thanks to this forum I am contiually honing my.....Photographer's Eye....the result I hope are carefully composed shots straight from viewfinder and after essental processing from RAW:

    Other interests...Local History, Family History, Archaeology, Walking oh....plus Anything creative, my PCs, iPads and smartphone
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  1. PANNING AWAY

    Whilst I'm out and about with my camera, I am always attracted to the sound of a motorbike, because I like to test my reaction times and panning skills, this sometimes means being overtaken as I walk , the result is that the said bike is zipping away rather than directly across my field of view. This, I feel proves the value of learning how to set to...Zone-Focus...on an auto or manual lens, the reason being is that the ...in-focus... distances are set in stone...so everything between those two points will be sharp even if moving.... as long as you have shutter-speed and Aperture set right. You would get blurring if shutter speed was too low...or... Aperture was so small, shutter-speed slows anyway. Even the best cameras and lenses set on Auto-Focus would need to hunt and perhaps lose that moment. My beautiful vintage Minolta- Rokkor 50-1.4 shows its mettle again...Love it! FUJI
  2. AQUA GOLD

    A bit more fun with a quirky bit of glass today. FUJI
  3. A TOUCH OF FROST

    The overnight frost enhanced these leaves today. FUJI
  4. Abstract Metal Part 4

    Another good set Geoff to accompany your others.....sort it the best, to arrange as a four frame panel, or, a tryptitch might work well? FUJI
  5. These Boots Were Made For Walking!...Who remembers the song then? Who was it who sang it? FUJI
  6. De La War Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex

    I like very much..... FUJI
  7. CASUAL PORTRAIT

    I can honestly thank my subject, the morning was cold, damp and at just after 08:00 it wasn’t the best time to ask a young lady to have her portrait taken....but nothing ventured....nothing gained. I fully expected an embarrassed refusal, but instead I received a smiling approval......sometimes.....the Magic happens. FUJI
  8. Gaudi Figures

    Gaudi had an incredible and unique vision for what he wanted to see built.....a true innovator of architectural design and construction. FUJI
  9. Colours-N-Glass

    I like these too......in the right sequence they might make up into a set of Triptych as decoration? You could try something similar giving just a hint of what the coloured item is.....or the source of the colours? FUJI
  10. LITTLE GLASS VASE

    Indoor mono on a rainy day. FUJI
  11. Lobster Potting

    Your Minimalist style it it’s very best Robin. FUJI
  12. The Tree

    Ohhh! No Mond......way over the processing top for me, sadly....but, I can see where you were coming from. FUJI
  13. Plymouth Gin

    Nicely done....right on the edge of processing but it really works.....a little ..KORKY-like I think? FUJI
  14. Yellow Flower

    Hi, Mond, A very warm welcome to TIPF. I like this very much, precise focus, interesting textures and subtle colour, nicely framed. FUJI
  15. CASUAL PORTRAIT

    Hi Colin, Spot on observation Sir........I used the 25-1.4 CCTV lens.....the one that produces the quirkiest results especially wide open. I test myself most days by sticking just one lens on camera, then, making do.....Sod’s Law would dictate that I chanced on a perfect morning model against a white background when all I had was my cheapest/ quirkiest lens. So, I made best use of its attributes, by ensuring best eye focus letting the remainder take care of itself....it worked beautifully. I am delighted with the results, one that might take an age with expensive glass...or...take some time in Photoshop to reproduce.... I much appreciate your observations and interest. FUJI
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