The first four photographs in this set are ones that I haven’t posted on Fuji X Weekly before. The bottom three pictures were in the Kodacolor film simulation recipe article, so you’ve probably seen them before, but I hope that you don’t mind seeing them again. Sunrise Over Lincoln Highway is a great example of how D-Range Priority can be a useful feature occasionally. In this case D-Range Priority Strong was selected in order to combat the extreme contrast of the scene.
Sunday, July 7, 2019
Monday, July 8, 2019
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Friday, July 12, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Fab series as always!
Will you be stopping the weekly project at 52? I’m finding I like my weekly review and post. I’m adding some projects. But will keep up the weekly review.
I plan to stop, or at least take a break, although since taking pictures daily is a habit now, I might inadvertently continue it. I think just not “having” to do it will be nice, like a bit of pressure I placed on myself will be lifted. I will find out soon enough if anything actually changes, though.
The pressure is why I dropped the daily photo posts. I hated to miss. Doing it weekly let’s me miss a day or two. I can’t imagine going a week without a photo of something.
I would agree with that. Weekly makes a lot of sense.
BTW, I love the Portra 800 pictures!
excellent images as always.
What recipe did you use for ‘Empty Tables’, I love how the muted yellows and reds!
Thanks! That was Kodachrome II.