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  1. Phantasmagoria

    A Morning Walk

    A second-hand shop at Phillip Island, Australia.

    © BW2018

  2. ouldm01

    homebound

    Homeward bound... sometimes the snatched images are the ones that turn out the favourites... out on this morning on the Carse of Stirling, not so much chasing the light as chasing a break in the mist... this was taken from beside a still running car on one of the back roads, lots of issues with the harsh lights contrasting with the softness of the mist...

    © David Mould

  3. secondintime

    Dobby

    Heres another shot of "Dobby" our house guest whilst his family are away. A lovely little dog.Since getting the Xpr0 2, I am really enjoying the 18-55mm again. The Pro2 just seems to get the very most out of this lens, the forgiving ISO really helps, but for me there is just something that really works with this lens. It just sits nicely on the Pro 2 and it certainly taking up more time than any other lens I have at the moment. This is the jpeg from camera, shot Classic Chrome, moved into Lightroom CC, cropped slightly, and that is it. 1/100 @f/3.6, ISO 400, 18-55mm @ 37mm Dobbys Eyes by Peter Goodwin, on Flickr
  4. secondintime

    Dobby

    Heres Dobby, our houseguest for a week, he's our friends dog and we look after him occasionally. He gets on great with "Blue" our black Lab. He's such a great little character, and we love having him stay. Recently got the Pro 2, also recently sold my 35mm 1.4, and regretted it so ended up getting the 35mm f2 to see what its like. Can't say I like the look of it on the camera as much as the 1.4, don't like how it narrows. But getting some nice shots out of it, as with everything it will take some getting used to.  Shot this on Acros, but wanted to see how LR CC compares when changing the RAW to the same setting in Post. They were identical so LR in this respect does a very good job.  Anyway, heres "Dobby"  X Pro2, 1/80, f/3.2, ISO 1000, 35mm F2.   Dobby.jpg by Peter Goodwin, on Flickr
  5. Tony Leone

    On the road

    © Tony Leone

  6. Ostravaczech

    Tired

  7. RichardCFrost

    Susie

    This is my little rescue dog Susie. Taken in virtual darkness. I know this is a very dark picture but that is exactly what I was trying to capture. She is a black dog and I wanted her silhouette and just the one eye glinting slightly in the twilight of New Year's Eve. X-T10, 1/60s, ISO 1600, Canon FD 50mm f1.4 adapted lens at f1.4. Handheld. JPG. Cropped to square and edited slightly in Snapseed on iPad. On Flickr https://flic.kr/p/CBfydU

    © Richard Frost

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