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The importance of being X-shooter… and to travel light! (top liked X-shooter facebook images)

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Ata Mohammad Adnan‎: Rags & Riches. Dhaka/Bangladesh 2014. Fuji X100s- 23mm f/4, 1/320s, ISO-500.

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Ok, it’s almost done. I have one more week of work (I mean, my day job, I’ll continue to run Fujirumors also in my holidays, no worries ;-) ), and then my holidays begin. But I still do not know where to go and which 3 lenses take with me (and not more than 3, as I want to travel light). Any suggestions? Well, then feel free vote the poll (max. 3 selection) and explain your choice in the comments in order to help me to make my decision.

In the meantime here are some photographs taken by X-shooters all over the world, from Australia to Norway, from Bangladesh to Belarus, from California to Germany… and much more. These are the top liked facebook images. Thanks to all for sharing your favorite shots and for voting. Keep it up!

If you also want to see more and/or share images, go to the FR facebook page here, click on “Photos” and then “Photos of Fujirumors“. And then scroll down, like and share your favorite images and enjoy the images of X-shooter all around the globe.

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Edo Kurniawan‎: Shinbashi Kyoto in Sakura Night Fuji X Pro1 + XF 10-24 @ 10mm f4 iso3200 1/10 secs – handheld. Some dodging & burning in photoshop

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Trenton Talbot: X-T1, XF 10-24mm, 2 small flashes. SOOC Jpeg, no post processing.

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Denise Silva‎: X-E2. First trip shooting Fuji. Pfeiffer Beach. Big Sur. CA.

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Frank Dietrich‎: City library in Stuttgart/Germany (with X-E1 and Samyang 8mm fisheye)

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Nir Leshem: X-T1 + XF14mm

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Mike Meynell‎: Walking through the Thames Tunnel Fuji X-T1 23mm f/1.4 1/120 secs. ISO 6400

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Aleksei Isachenko‎: And one more shot — Belarus, Tsna river.

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Roos Heter Jag: My hat! Fuji X-E2 with voigtländer 15/4.5@11

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Ata Mohammad Adnan‎: A family visits the worlds longest beach. Coxs Bazar, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Fuji X100S.

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Don Kittle‎: She comes from the night.. Continuous focus with the X-T1 and 23mm, lit by a large octabox beside me to camera right.

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Giovanni Tabbò: Chiavari, Italy. Just after a storm. Fuji X-T1Fujinon 14mm + ND1000. (160″, f/22, 200iso)

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Pilikan Ch‎: St. Bartholoma, Germany; this photo was taking by Fuji X-T1 and 10-24 mm with a very difficult back light light situation.

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Rik Van Colen: Last night with the X-E1 and 18-55 at Għajn Tuffieħa bay, Malta. (240s – f11 – 200iso)

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Henry Neill‎: Fuji X10,converted from colour image.

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Tom Piotrowski: The Australian Kestrel is Australia’s smallest falcon and one of our frequently sighted raptors. The photo was taken at the picturesque cliffs surrounding Long Reef Headland in Sydney’s suburb of Collaroy. X-T1, 55-200@200, 1/140, ISO 200, f/5.6

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Michael Dunphy‎: Trip to the Milwaukee Art Museum w/ my X-T1 and Touit 12mm

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Jim Dobbins‎: Sophie – (X-T1, xf 14 mm)

 

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