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  1. BobM

    Headshot for JT

    Just natural window light, a little fill flash, and a handsome face.

    © Bob Marcotte

  2. Owtafocus

    Man in Trinidad 1

    A person I met in the neighborhood of Trinidad, Cuba.
  3. Suburban stone walls reflected onto a parked car, Adelaide. Photo: Ross Duncan
  4. In response to a very long discussion on this forum recently about the amount of photos that get shown here, and the lack of comment and criticism about work, here are some photos. These are a very loose "set" pulled together over a few minutes in response to that discussion, and represent some of the street portraits that I took around Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in February 2016. There is a large itinerant Bangladeshi community who come to Malaysia to work, often in bars, restaurants and hospitality, because the wages and working conditions are better than in Bangladesh. They seemed to have no issue with photography, often spoke excellent English, are were notably very friendly, welcoming and polite people. Note that not all the people featured in the photographs are from Bangladesh, as on at least one occasion I ended up speak Thai with a Thai national and his Nepalese friend who were working in Malaysia. These photos were not taken with a Fuji camera - if that offends you then please just close the thread and look at something else. If you want information about camera, lens, post processing, shooting data etc then please just send a private message to me. Comment, criticism and feedback welcome. Here is a link to some albums of "Street" type photography on my Flickr account: Flickr street photography album (work in progress)


    Crater Lake is a must see if you're in southern Oregon. My wife and I were attending the Shakespeare festival in Ashland, and we heard about this incredibly deep and beautiful lake formed in the caldera of a volcano. I often enjoy shooting in monochrome or converting in post, as is the case here. This vacation was my first trip using the wonderful Fuji 35mm 1.2 lens. It's lightweight, very sharp, and a pleasure to use.
  6. SnapPuppy

    No Selfie Stick Used

    So took delivery of the X-T10 yesterday, very very impressed. Used the wifi app to make this selfie. Makes focusing on the eye dam easy.

    © All Right Reserved

  7. NigelL


    Olympus OM-1 shot with X70 at The Photography Show 2016, NEC Birmingham
  8. NigelL

    Fujifilm Stand TPS 2016

    The Fujifilm stand at The Photography Show 2016 (NEC, Birmingham), taken with an X70
  9. Walter Fantauzzi


    Fuji X-E1 - Lens: Carl Zeiss Touit 32mm f/1.8 - ISO200 - 1/1900 @ f/1.8 Ph: Walter Fantauzzi Model: Heather Carden

    © walter fantauzzi

  10. Mkursat

    Yeni Cami

    © Kursat Kursat

  11. martyn

    Street market chinese food stall

    Guernsey street market, fresh food Friday

    © Martyn Roussel

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