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Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Bobby Tingle, Jul 30, 2015.
Lines and Patterns...
It isn't a flare, it's really there and is a gas cloud with quite a few stars in it. You can see it with the naked eye from places with dark skies. It's called the Orion Nebula. Sabin's photo is impressive and shows the quality of the lens for this type of shot; I don't see any comma in the corners of the image.
I know your post is almost a year old, but ooooh, 12-string! I've never gotten the hang of playing one, but in the hands of the right person, they are beautiful. I enjoy playing, but I consider myself as an adequate player, nothing more.
Robot brand - originally a springwork 24x24 format. Later subsumed into the Jena Optics Works. Interesting stuff you find in storefront windows.
FUJI1830.jpg by john matsu, on Flickr
Why this lens stays in my bag. And yes, this is the kind of situation perfect for Face and Eye detection, which both kicked in immediately.
Took the XF90mm for a test drive from my local dealer. Me likey.
Golden Girl by tom.ohle, on Flickr
Too cool for school! by tom.ohle, on Flickr
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