Saturday, 12 October 2013

The Fuji colours

When I switched to digital the foliage season here in Ontario has become a very challenging photography exercise for me. I just couldn't capture the palette of colours when nature explodes and leaves beginning to change from green to fiery hues. I've tried various  cameras from every leading brand but never got it done right. Until the Fuji X-Trans is arrived. After using X-Pro1 for more than a year, I have to say that this camera+sensor+lens(s)  is truly a perfect "colour capturing" combination.


Here is some pictures (actually many pictures) from my recent trip to the Ontario cottage country, hope you like them :)
Vivid and yet natural colours. All taken in raw with minimum post processing.













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15 comments:

  1. Looks great! I am wondering you still have abd use your Sigma DP2 Merrill as you don't mention it much lately?

    Lee

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    1. Thank you.

      Yes, I still have, use and still learning DP2M:) B&W photos are simply incredible, but couldn't figure out how pull the "right" colours yet. But I am close :) Will post couple pictures at the Sigma Talk (dpreview) today or tomorrow.

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  2. Great Pictures with the mist on the water - I just love this time of year as well - "Golden October" it is called in Germany!
    Cheers, Mark

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  3. Very nice colors!

    Peter

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  4. LOT of beauty in your shots! Congratulations from Patrick :)

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  5. Thank you all for your kind comments. I was just lucky to be in the right place with the right camera :)

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  6. The spider one is great. Macro? Cropped? Beautiful anyway

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    1. Thanks. The photo was taken with XF 55-200, and slightly cropped.

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  7. Very beautiful these shots, great colors, well done.

    Greetings

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  8. For me you are absolutely right fot the Fuji sensors. !!!
    reagrds, peter

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  9. Nice colour! Did you do any post processing on the colour? The fuji raw file colour usually is not as nice as the jpeg. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks. All were post processed with minimum adjustments in either Photo Ninja or Capture One Express

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  10. Wow, beautiful pics! I am glad Fuji Rumors featured your work. :)

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    1. Thank you Caerolle.
      I am big fan of Patrick's site. Another my favourite site is by Thomas Menk on Scoopt.it

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