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    Post Your Photography Here #2

      Fuji X-Pro1, Fuji 10-24mm lens (first time using this lens seriously, quite nice, though don't have Lightroom profiles yet). First shot was handheld on a railing, second on tripod, third lucky placement on a flat rail post (I ran up to the platform when I heard the trains coming so no time...
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

      Eh, doesn't look too bad here - The placement of it could be a tiny bit better, but otherwise it works with the shot. Cool starburst and lovely shot overall.  
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

      Thanks!     Some, though probably not as much as you might think. Mostly color and contrast stuff in lightroom. No faking the sky or anything. I was exposing for the sky then played around with lighting the foreground different ways with my smartphone (which has about the brightest...
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

             
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        Not yet anyways, there's a standing rumor that one is supposed to be released this year.   I'm using the rokinon (samyang) 14mm - all but the first shot in in the last post I made were with that lens. The second shot is not corrected for distortion (occasionally I leave it when it...
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

    Touristy temple stuff, let me know if this is too torturous . The Fushimi Inari Shrine in particular is something I've always wanted to see in person.          
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

    Depends on the photo, I used both my X-Pro and the 6D extensively. 6D mostly for night shots, and in Kyoto. Exif is on the flickr page if you want to check for a particular photo.
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

        OK, now we move away from tokyo ;)      
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    Post Your Photography Here #2

      I didn't find it nearly as overwhelming as I expected. It probably helps that I'm tall but moving through the worst crowds was more a matter of just picking the right wave and moving with it. My most annoying experiences were travel/tourist related. Narita was miserable - the airport is...
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