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  1. Phantasmagoria

    Diwali Night

    Captured with an XE1 - coupled with a 35 mm prime lens - this image depicts participants in the Diwali (light) Hindu festival at a temple on the outskirts of Melbourne, Australia. The fast 1.4 lens enabled the ISO to be kept to 1600 with the camera hand held. The resultant image displayed some vibrant chiaroscuro in both foreground and background - assisted by the partly obscured ambient light sources between the close and distant figures.

    © Bruce Watson

  2. Light spills from a window beside a sandy path near Robe, South Australia. Photo: Ross Duncan
  3. Hi All, I'm new to the photography scene and have recently purchased a Fujifilm X70. So recently in fact that I haven't taken receipt of it yet. I'm travelling to the Arctic Circle towards the end of the year and will want to take some night shots in the event that I am lucky enough to see the northern lights. Anyone had any experience of taking shots of the night sky with the X70? Any advice on settings, setup and ensuring I don't damage the camera/lens in cold conditions? Any advice will be gratefully received. Dave
  4. excalibur2811

    The moon over Malta

    Shot from our flat house roof using my Panagor 500mm Reflex attached to a Fuji XT-1 on a tripod and remote release. Overall I am pleased with the outcome but there is frankly little or nothing that one can do with this lens in very low light other than shoot the moon. Anything else, especially if moving, comes out as a blur if it comes out at all, and aiming this beast at anything is a headache in itself, mainly due to its weight.

    © John Fiott (2016)

  5. Doni Castilho

    Night in Paraty I

    City of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    © Doni Castilho

  6. jeremyclarke

    Downtown Montreal Skyline at Night (Panorama)

    My favorite photo of this spot I've visited many times. This is the widest I've ever been able to get from the lookout because of my new 16mm prime. Created with LR Photo Merge panorama tool which works amazingly well, but takes a long time to process into your ultra-wide DNG file. It's way more useful than Fuji's built-in panorama tool with it's sweeping requirement and constant error-failures. I had my camera on a flat part of the wall and rotated it between shots, LR aligned the photos well. Used local adjustments on the sky and foreground plants to balance the lighting which was too bright in the sky and too dark on the trees. Also did some WB adjustments to correct the true orange cast of the city and make it more neutral/white to bring out the colored signs and buildings. It was hard to get it down below 1.5mb for upload so the resolution doesn't really do it justice if you zoom in. The resolution of the merged panoramas in LR is huge and they are still in RAW format, so it's also a good way to break out of the 16mp limit of Fuji cameras. Advice appreciated if you have ideas

    © CC-BY-NC (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/) Jeremy Clarke

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