X100 captures todays skies and water

Discussion in 'Fuji X100, X100S, and X100T' started by Iansky, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. Iansky

    Iansky FujiXspot Top Veteran

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    Ian Lloyd-Grahm
    I was out again today when the sky was full of impact and I wanted to use it to compliment the water, I brought the colour back in the canoes just to add a little more impact.

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  2. Isoterica

    Isoterica FujiXspot Regular

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    Wonderful use of selective color Iansky
     
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  3. TheKeddi

    TheKeddi FujiXspot Regular

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    Photo number one is awesome!!!!!! What a great mix of B&W and Colour :)
     
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  4. Penfan2010

    Penfan2010 FujiXspot Veteran

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    Ed
    Great ones, Ian. Did you use a longish shutter speed, or are the clouds just not as defined on the edges? Looks almost like there was slight movement captured in them.
     
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  5. Iansky

    Iansky FujiXspot Top Veteran

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    Ian Lloyd-Grahm
    There was movement in the sky as it was a windy day - all shots are hand held though.
     
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  6. kyteflyer

    kyteflyer FujiXspot Regular

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    Sue
    Love that first shot, Ian, really dramatic!
     
  7. Iansky

    Iansky FujiXspot Top Veteran

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    Ian Lloyd-Grahm
    Thanks All,

    Its that time of year for us when we get some very dramatic skies.
     
  8. ean10775

    ean10775 FujiXspot Top Veteran

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    Eric
    I understand the title in regard to to the photos being showcased in this forum, but I would argue that it was YOU that captured today's skies and water simply utilizing the X100 ;) Nicely done!
     
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  9. Iansky

    Iansky FujiXspot Top Veteran

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    Feb 1, 2013
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    Ian Lloyd-Grahm
    As we all know, the camera is just a tool to capture that moment in time that impresses us and we want to store, remember and share with others - a time never to be relived again in the same way as when we captured it.