Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'black and white'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Fuji X Community
    • General Discussion
  • Fuji X System
    • Fujifilm X-Pro2 / X-Pro1
    • Fujifilm X-H1
    • Fujifilm X-T2 / X-T20 / X-T1 / X-T10
    • Fujifilm X-E3 / X-E2 / X-E1
    • Fujifilm X-T100 / X-A5 / X-A3 / X-M1
    • Fujifilm X Mount Lenses
  • Fuji X Compact
    • Fujifilm X100F / X100T / X100S / X100 / X70
    • Fujifilm X30 / X20 / X10
    • Fujifilm XQ2 / XQ1 / XF1 / X-S1
  • Fuji X Accessories
    • Bags, Cases, Straps & Grips
    • Lighting, Flashes & Filters
    • Batteries, Chargers & Memory Cards
    • Tripods & Other Accessories
    • Gear Reviews
  • Digital Darkroom
    • Post Processing
    • Photo Gallery
  • Marketplace
    • Classified Ads
    • Hot Deals

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Website


Flickr


Instagram


500px


Location


Interests


Camera List


Lens List

Found 21 results

  1. Yudhanzy

    Aya.jpeg

    © Primayudha Putera

  2. In today's newspaper the following article on the street photography was highlighted. It has some good pictures of the work by Jon Lewis, from Sydney, Australia, and reports some of his approaches. His approach is corrective to the 'sniper, shoot anonymously' approach which results in grainy and contrasting images. His pictures are infused with a positive outlook on humanity and the place each person has in our society, whatever their background. The final picture of the article is a portrait of Jon - and he looks like he holds a X-Pro with about a 35mm on it, although the pictures in the article look like they were taken largely with a 23mm. The link is here. If that doesn't work this link should: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-12/jon-lewis-street-portrait-photographer-perfect-strangers-sydney/9408728 Rob
  3. morpheme

    whitecat.jpg

  4. roryp

    Crepuscular rays over Red Dykes

    Just wanted to counter the notion that you can't do landscapes with a 90mm ;)
  5. stevelink

    Foliage and Iron Bench

    Foliage in sun with Iron Bench

    © totalqualityphoto.com

  6. chrisyfitz

    Beetham Tower.jpg

    Beetham Tower is a 47-story building in Manchester, England. The structure is one of the thinnest skyscrapers in the world with a height to width ratio of 12:1 on the east-west façade. It was completed in 2006. In the foreground is part of a very old cast-iron bridge. This shot was taken from the Castlefield Metro station.

    © chrisyfitzuk

  7. N.Chae

    Adam, (2016)

    http://www.playground57.com http://www.nchae.com https://www.instagram.com/n.chae/ Photographed by N.ChaeAll rights reserved by N.Chae
  8. andymcd

    Old Money

    A 2:1 picture of a pound coin, taken with a Fuji X-E2 using a Nikon 100/2.8E lens with a Nikon 50/1.8E reverse coupled to it. Processed in RawTherapee using Acros 100 film simulation

    © Andrew McDonald

  9. veejaycee

    -XP16968.jpg

    The concert bowl at Crystal Palace park, South London on a rare sunny day. X-Pro1 + 23mm f1.4
  10. andymcd

    Dancing Feet

    © Andrew McDonald

  11. andymcd

    Raining

    Went for a walk earlier to enjoy the nice weather, but ended up with rain instead. I was sheltering under a railway bridge and took this: Raining by Andy McDonald, on Flickr
  12. kennyrodz

    Midtown Commute

    Man on his way down into the subway.

    © Kenny Rodriguez 2015

  13. kennyrodz

    Commute

    Double exposure of commuters in transit.

    © Kenny Rodriguez 2015

  14. kennyrodz

    Raven

    Raven in the snow

    © Kenny Rodriguez 2015

  15. kennyrodz

    Colorado

    High in the mountains of Colorado

    © Kenny Rodriguez 2015

  16. andymcd

    Shoreline

    I took these yesterday with an X-E2 and 18/2 lens. We were walking along the shoreline at Keiss, in the Scottish Highlands... Shore near Keiss by Andy McDonald, on Flickr Shore near Keiss by Andy McDonald, on Flickr
×