New camera first photos (56k warning)

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  1. RoyBatty

    RoyBatty Well-Known Member

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    These are some of the first photos from my new camera, Fuji S100fs.

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    to be continued...
     
  2. cozumel

    cozumel I'm dangerous but cute...

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    I love the two little ducks. That insect is great too. Really zoomed in.
     
  3. Tyrsonswood

    Tyrsonswood HH's curmudgeon

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    Excellent photos Roy............
     
  4. IvanV

    IvanV HH Assassin Guild Member

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    Lovely photos, that camera couldn't have gone into better hands! :)
     
  5. dj_stick

    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    very nice, you've got a good eye for photography
     
  6. Falstaff

    Falstaff Old Codger

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    excellent, you bring credit to the whole NEXUS 6 series!!
     
  7. Mac Daddy

    Mac Daddy New Member

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    Roy you have such an eye for perspective and horizons.

    Nicely done !!
     
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    isaak Well-Known Member

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    very nice..i love the 2nd shot of the tree you have there. keep it up!
     
  9. cbeasley0

    cbeasley0 Temerarious Technophile

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    Very nice, I love those panoramas. What lens do you use?
     
  10. RoyBatty

    RoyBatty Well-Known Member

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    Thanks everyone!

    The built-in (28-400 mm), the S100fs doesn't have an exchangeable lens.

    Here are a few pictures of a white stork. They were taken after the pictures in the first post and it was almost dark at that time.

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    I can say that I love the S100fs :)
     
  11. cbeasley0

    cbeasley0 Temerarious Technophile

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    The silhouette effect works real well. Would sure make vectorization a breeze if you ever wanted to do mixed media.
     
  12. Falstaff

    Falstaff Old Codger

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    Love it man, got any spiders?
     
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    cbeasley0 Temerarious Technophile

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    Why do you want spiders?
     
  14. RoyBatty

    RoyBatty Well-Known Member

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    Falstaff: Like I said in the reply to your message, as soon as i see some spider I'll shoot him :)

    Two panoramas made using MS ICE. The short bright lines on the edges are transparent pixels which remained from the panorama stitching, I didn't notice them until I placed the pics on the dark DH background.

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    Falstaff Old Codger

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    excellent, I see myself there man, and hear the birds and smell the roast pig cooking in the cottage at the edge of the field.
     

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