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Don't fall off your seats! Yes, this is a pixelated photographer podcast!
This month's episode Chris is joined by Adrian Stock (AKA @Ade).
We talk our love for Fujifilm cameras, what we've been shooting and spending a bit of time laughing about @moroseduck's colourful language usage.
As the title suggests, we also talk about the upcoming Oxford Photowalk too.
All this and more, it this month's podcast!
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Hi all here is a page for the Oxford meetup,
Meeting place: Oxford Station
Date 19th September 2015
Route: @moroseduck will define closer to the date
Looks like there is a village fete afterwards for everyone to enjoy.
This also coincides with our yearly assignment
Assignment finished Current assignment - Picture Of The Month Contest - 8/2015 - Animals, birds and fish
This month's assignment is 'Animals, birds and fish'.
The new monthly 8/2015 contest just started, you can submit your medias on the dedicated album page.
You have 20 days to submit your medias, up to 10 media(s) per user are authorized.
Once the submission phase end, members will have 9 days to vote for the media they like the most.
Good luck to everyone !
This month's assignment is all about eyes.
You can submit as many pictures you want and upload them here. You will be automatically entered into the monthly vote, which will open on the 20th.
Pictures posted here will not be included in the vote though you are free to discuss the assignment here.
If you want to know more about how the new system works, please check here.
Ok, I finally did it. I finally bought a high quality digital camera to replace my ageing (but still very good) Nikon D80. I don't do the "you'll never guess what happened to these 10 celebs" type of headline so the answer is in the title of the post. After several years of humming and haaing I took the plunge and bought a Fuji X-T1 with the 18-55mm kit lens and the 35mm f/1.4, extra batteries and a metabones adapter so I can use my Nikon lenses
Yeah, I'm not impressed by the view of my scene I get through an EVF, even one this non-laggy and good. But I do like the extra functionality that comes with it. The manual focus assists are top notch. I thought I would prefer the focus peaking coloured outlines where you can change the colour to red, blue or white. They are good if used with the magnifying view but the star of the show is the electronic rangefinder. This does what it says on the tin, it creates a rangefinder patch in the middle of the viewfinder with...
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