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13 Sep X-Pro2 and One Lens- Rangefinder, 23mm, and The County Fair

Source: Joel Wolfson Photo Ops

X-Pro2 and One Lens- Rangefinder, 23mm, and The County Fair 12th September 2016 written by Joel Wolfson X-Pro2 and One Lens Rangefinder, 23mm, and The County Fair

I used a slow shutter speed to blur the motion of the ride and accentuate the color. I like the splash of blue sky in the corner and the only thing that is sharp is the magenta support beam. Like most of the photos in this post I used the Fujinon XF 23mm f1.4. Exposure was 1/15 sec. f16. I used rangefinder viewing but chimped with the EVF review to make sure I liked the amount of blur. I used the Velvia film simulation as a preview and applied that simulation to the raw RAF file in Lightroom.

This is part 4 of my continuing X-Pro Tour of images from my travels, stories behind the photos, and my thoughts and experiences with the Fuji X-Pro2 system in many different situations (I posted Part 1  and Part 2 in May and Part 3 in June) In the captions I provide the backstory of the shot along with technical info (non-tech folks just ignore the part at the end of the captions.)

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