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Michael Schnabl: Fuji X-T2 with XF 56mm. Photo: Michael Schnabl. Model: Marlitt Klinder. image was made on my last “Fine Art Portrait” Workshop in Vienna — at Fotopraxis-Fotoworkshops
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Here are the most liked images of the Fujirumors facebook page… and keep it up, share and vote your absolute favorite X-shot… and here is how to do it:

1) SHARE & DESCRIBE: go to the Fujirumors facebook timeline and submit your favorite X-shot (and a short description) in the timeline by selecting “Photo/Video” .
2) VOTE & COMMENT: All the images will be displayed at the Fujirumors facebook photo page (click “See All”). You can vote, share & comment the images there.

NOTE: The next selection will start from those images shared starting from December 11!

Enjoy the X-shots ;)

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Matthias Neuhaus‎: X-T2 + XF100-400, Sunset @ Etosha N.P. (Namibia)

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Okan Yilmaz‎: Faceless Portrait. X-T1, 18-135mm www.okanyilmaz.net

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Mike Leung‎: Diamond Beach, Iceland. Fujifilm X-T2, XF10-24, LEE Filters (0.9ND, Little Stopper)

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Matthew Mason‎: First time post. Shot at lake Terryall near Summit county Colorado on a XT-1 with the 10-24. One of the most epic sunrises I’ve seen to date. — in Terryall Lake

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Okan Yilmaz‎: Rice Papers. X-T1, 10-24mm www.okanyilmaz.net

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Lightforge – Dennis Radermacher‎Trinity
Gibraltar Rock, Tai Tapu, New Zealand

If sheer force of will could move clouds, these fuzzies would have found themselves on the other side of the planet in a heartbeat.

It was one of these 50:50 evenings when the most honourable Landscapes ~ Rob Dickinson and myself set out to explore around Gibraltar Rock. All the ingredients for a mind-blowing sunset were present, if it hadn’t been for a blob of high cloud that was covering the sun the whole time.

We took a few car park snaps and went exploring. Climbing up the peak in gusty winds was quite interesting with a giant Manfrotto 057 tripod in tow. Can’t recommend it!

Gibraltar Rock was supposed to be the destination for our next Hero Meet-up. It’s a social landscape photography meeting Rob and I put up in Christchurch occasionally. We had to postpone due to a gale forecast a while ago, but might have another go at it soon. Fancy joining us? Watch our Facebook page for details:

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This image is a 6-shot panorama and bracket. I ended up stitching two panos in PTGUI, one for the ground and one for the sky. The result was merged with luminosity masks. The light wasn’t really ideal, so I decided to go aggressive on the editing for a grungy look.

Fujifilm X-T2 + XF23
ISO 200, 23mm, f8, 1/250s

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Bud James‎: NYC skyscraper captured with my X-Pro2 with XF 23mm f2 lens and converted to black and white in CaptureOne Pro 10

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Hao Chau‎: XT-2 w/10-24

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Raja Singaravelu: CITY LIGHTS Stockholm , Sweden

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Patrick Gomez: morning wake

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Raja Singaravelu_ SPARKLES Stockholm , Sweden

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Lenses in a backpack‎: Mallorca Fuji XT-2 and XF18-55mm F2.8-4 18mm f/2.8 1/340se

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