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X-Pro1+35mm f1.4


Ian Lloyd-Graham


© ©571Photography

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Taken with FUJIFILM X-Pro1

  • 35 mm
  • 1/3200
  • f f/2.0
  • ISO 200
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Hello Lansy,

i see in the exif that many of your excellent landscapes are shot wide open.  Is this because it is the sweet spot or otherwise?  You have achieved a large depth of field which seems surprising with the lens wide open.  How did you do that ?


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Hi Custy, thank you for the nice comment, it is purely the magic of the 35mm f1.4 - I did stop down to f2 but the lens just delivers.

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Hello Lansky,

apologies for the typo with your name before.   Thanks for your reply.

In 'trees-6' I see the same problem as I had with blue color shift in branch details ( top of tree and on horizon trees). Morphene gave me good tips in 'blue fringing problem' on site main page.

Like your ' face of the tree spirits' in trees-2.  I have a few.  Will upload soon.


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Hi Lansky, 

As a newbie on this forum, may I respectfully ask whether this photo is photo-shopped or as-is out of the camera?

Also, given the 2Mb limit on uploading, how do you reduce the size without losing the EXIF information. To clarify what I am asking, I am currently taking the 5Mb Jpegs I get from the camera, loading them in some editing software just to reduce image size, and then uploading them. But when I do that, none of the details of how the photo was taken are appearing. So what am I doing wrong?

I would really appreciate any tips or guidelines in this respect if you can spare the time.



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