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Fresh update on "fuji" discussed on Shift+F1

Shift+F1

01:18 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fuji" discussed on Shift+F1

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Interview with Tomasz Trzebiatowski

The Candid Frame

03:11 min | 1 d ago

Interview with Tomasz Trzebiatowski

"Welcome to the candidate frame. It's good. To have you on the show my friend. Yeah a barrier. Thank you so much to it has been awhile. Since. We talk anyway and being on your show first of all be corner for me. Thank you so much. You know I've been recently myself for years. And Yeah, I think it's the place to be and to talk about photography on the on the Internet these days. Yeah. I really have been impressed by the various efforts that you've taken. With respect to photography with Fuji Love and now you have this new magazine called frames. And you know we've interacted and we've collaborated in out a lot of things but we've never really had never had a really opportunity to sit down and find out more about you just because we're always talking business and I thought that you know the release of the new magazine. gave me an excuse to finally sit down and learn more about my friend, and while we can spend a lot of time talking about photography I have to find out more about your career as a pianist. I was just listening to leave the album that you released a couple years back in two thousand fourteen, which is just love late you gotta. Tell me about you know your career as a pianist. How did that all start? Oh, well. So we digging really really. Longtime. Back Right Childhood. Yeah. I started playing piano when I was. Six I guess. My parents. Loved music classical music very much You know my mother. Played Guitar Amateur. My father was listening to all kinds of music jazz music, and do you know at some point apparently they discovered that is me starting moving my small battery to to to all possible rhythms coming from the speakers. Day sent me to to to music school and looked at different instruments I fell in love with the piano very quickly and started asking them. Yeah. I would like to be on at home and so on I I started practicing I remember those times Communist. Poland. Come originally from Poland now living in Switzerland dose style you know to. For my to afford the piano was basically a not doable. My first piano. So to speak was a paper keyboard is that it was a keyboard on printed out on paper where I was kind of. Learning the keys, learning the distances between them but on. Paper Keyboard I was I was giving my lessons, my teacher. But at home you know, I, it took my parents a year today we had an actual instrument home. Wow. Yeah. So that's how it started. You know so i. And then continued with standard Music Education Primary Secondary School I did the college and then I did post graduate studies here in Switzerland where I'm still still living today so yeah, I'm a pianist. I'm still playing today. I'm still working part time at loosen, college, of music, Teaching Chamber, music, and piano. So this is a very important part of my life. Yeah, that's no no no question about

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5 Easy Ways to Edit Movies Recorded with Your Camera

The Digital Story

05:43 min | Last month

5 Easy Ways to Edit Movies Recorded with Your Camera

"So for a while, I was wondering about the actual need of having all this video capability. With are still cameras of course you know that's a little biased me saying that right there because they're just cameras but around the world, a lot of folks are really looking at these things to shoot video. And then Oh yeah they take pictures as well and that is a real thing. Studies are showing that the manufacturers are saying that's what the demand is. So. This is being driven by the consumer as well as those that design the cameras and then I started thinking about my own work and how often I do fire up the video mode on my Olympus or on my Fuji Film Camera and I it's a real thing. Isn't it? And then I think getting. From listeners and they're going you know especially now when we're sheltered in a lot more can't go outside as much and. Are exploring new features on our cameras. One of the features that they are exploring is making videos and than sharing them with people, you know most photographers and most artists have a variety of different interests and some of those interests are very nicely explained of by making a video about how to do this or how to do that. Is Essentially what I do for a living, right? So. So. Why not everyone? Else's? Well, why not? I was looking at you know this sort of conundrum that comes up with you know okay. Capturing images as one thing. And you know taking video is another and then getting decent sound is another and then once you get that video and has some decent sound. What do you do with it? I mean, do have to go out and spend two, hundred, ninety, nine dollars to buy final cut or. By adobe of video editing software or can you use something that you already have the do the basic things in the basic things are really what most people need at the very top of the list is trimming because a lot of times when we're shooting video ourselves, which we do most of the time, right? You know the production crus- somewhere else in there we are. We've gotta take care of everything ourself. And trimming is the big deal right because you know you start the video. and. Then you know maybe the camera tripod or whatever, and you know you gotta walk over and then you get in front of the Cameron Start Talking doing your thing and then when he finished saying what you're, GonNa say then you gotta walk back to the camera turn off. Well, you know those bits on both ends and even if you're doing handheld stuff, right press the button all that while there's usually some rigmarole that goes on then those bits on both ends are the things that need to go away in fact. If we just get rid of those bits on both ends. We already have the meat of a pretty good video right there. So trimming is something that everyone needs to do everyone needs to trim, and if you're not trimming, then do not share your videos with other people right? Unless they're just you know something fun like an iphone video or something like that. another very common request is being able to add videos together like video bits together to make one movie. people also like to be able to add a title. Or some sort of graphic to their movie you know. So all these things are really nice to be able to do to to take it from just a clip to something that's a little bit more of a presentation, and then when you've done that, you know, how can you share it? I mean, can you export it into a file format that works Nicer Youtube or works Nicer facebook or whatever you happen to us to share your video. So these basic tasks do not require you know final cut ten or another expensive video editing up there are APPs upset you probably have on your computer right now that can handle most or all of these things, and that's what I'm going to talk about right now I have five of them for you. And I'm going to start out with a quick time and quick time for the Mac. Now, quicktime used to be for both windows and Mac, and then around two thousand, sixteen or so. Apple stopped officially supporting quicktime for windows even though that latest version that latest windows version seven, point six or seven point seven actually still works on windows ten so but is not officially supported. So I'm just going to talk about it for the Mac right now, I do have windows APPs to that we'll be talking about we'll talk about quicktime for the Mac but the player, not even quicktime pro but the modern player that every Mac user has actually does a pretty good job of trimming movies of stitching clips together, and then you can even move them around when they're on the time line and I don't think. I. Realize that you can do this. You open the video clip that you shot with your camera. You know you go to edit there's trim right there, and then there's also a command to add clip at the end and you go. Why can I add clip at the beginning? We don't have to worry about that. Just add the the clip at the end the second movie. Because once added, then you can click on it and move it around. You can move it around so you can move it to the beginning.

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Two New Bodies and Upgradingor Not - and more

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

05:22 min | Last month

Two New Bodies and Upgradingor Not - and more

"Now that the Sony a-7 seven s mark, three's been released I've got some thoughts about it, and if you listen to the show for a while, you know that I used to own the originally seven s a body that while pretty darn amazing was not perfect I mean we're talking five plus years ago or so my old friend Paul Giro's sonar is in somebody I've known for a long time since way back when I was in. College and he was a photo journalist in Phoenix Arizona not only gave me the push to launch this podcast. He also introduced me to the murless world without his encouragement. It might have been a few years before had serious experience with murless and if you forgotten the story or just haven't heard it, I, ordered the Sony a seven ass the a six, thousand incredible Zeiss fifty, five, millimeter, one eight, which is unbelievably sharp and Sony's Seventy Two Hundred F. Four all amount, not only that they day after they arrived I, shot the Utah State High School Football Championships with them a day. Later that was crazy I also brought my Nikon d four s with me but I don't think I even took it out once I shot the games with that tiny town little a six thousand which I still have and guess what I still got the shots I needed I have done. Significantly better with the deforest of course, but I wanted to put the Sony gear through its paces and that was definitely a good way of testing it. The A six thousand was great for action and there was light aplenty. So I S O wasn't an issue ISO also not an issue with the a seven ass where it failed of course was in shooting action though it's just not made for that. We're talking the original a seven. Ass Sony design their various lines of murless bodies to be purpose built. You know the a seven are was for resolution the a six thousand line was the gateway drugs I called it into mere less for Sony the a seven is your all around camera and the nine for action. Of course, the seven ass being for low light shooting and video or was since then they've Kinda all matured and they kind of dabble capably in each. Other's areas I like that a seven ass but I didn't love it. You know it could see in the dark and that was pretty darn amazing. But for what I was shooting at the time, it just didn't cut it. So I got rid of it. I had my defoe ass after all and later on at the D. seven fifty and then later came the as seven asked mark too which was way better. I didn't get one. Though and now finally the a seven asked mark three a body that if you're shooting in crappy lighting conditions a lot, let's say mainly, this is the body that you want. Sony. As we know has been absolutely killing it for years now. So at this point, you just can't go wrong with a Sony and that's coming from Fuji. Film. Guy If you need and that's the operative word here need full frame and DSR's are dead to. You go Sony I mean you just do if you want a pse crop, you go Fuji Film, take the savings on not having a buy full frame glass and then you just call it good and good the a seven ass is not great. Great is the word you're looking for it has a twelve megapixel backside illuminated sima sensor. Okay. That's where I probably lost something. You guys right it's still has a twelve megapixel sensor will. Yeah. The goal isn't massive resolution. It's light sensitivity. So you keep the mega pixels lower and with each iteration of these cameras, you can not only shoot in lower light. Those images are going to be less normally you're just not going to see a twenty four Megapixel, a seven S. model for at least five years or more, and honestly they could wait a decade and we'll be just fine I. think the very next one the. Mark Four, which would probably see in two to three years from now, at most is going to be sixteen Megapixel, you just wouldn't go higher than that. If you're GONNA want low light sensitivity and smooth nice noise free for the most part images you go higher in the Megapixel and all of sudden that's all mostly out the window besides who needs all. Those mega pixels when people are increasingly viewing your images and video on a smartphone or tablet rather than a computer. So there's that. Now what is new in this body is that has incredibly fast readout speeds a native ISO range of eighty on up to I s O. One hundred and two, thousand, four, hundred that's unbelievable and that's things to the new. Processor you can also capture four K. video at up to one hundred, twenty P and four K. Sixty P ten bit for to two with no pixel binning or line skipping and sixteen bit pro res- raw out the HDMI port up to four K. Sixty. P.

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Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:03 min | Last month

Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka

"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of

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Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka

Monocle 24: The Menu

02:03 min | Last month

Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka

"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of fresh.

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5 Ways to Spice Up Your Pix Life

The Digital Story

05:43 min | Last month

5 Ways to Spice Up Your Pix Life

"Much has been written about the evils of your Acquisition Syndrome often referred to as gas. And the US. It is a real thing for many photographers. But my personal view of this election is isolated more to spending big bucks on cameras and lenses. What about those smaller purchases that bring us true joy and energize our enthusiasm for photography. I'll make my anti gas case on today's tedious podcast I. Hope You enjoy the show. I don't know if you've ever done this but I'm going to admit you right now. That I have okay. Now fortunately is just you and me so you know no one else will. No I've never I've never admitted this anywhere else before. And this is the truth I'm telling you the truth right now. So but just from my mouth to your ears right now have you ever Set. A new camera or an accessory for it. On. The table in front of you while you worked watch TV listen to music you know just. said it there It wasn't in use. There was no particular reason to do this. Other than you just wanted to look at it and admire it's beauty. I've done that. Honestly, I. I have done that more than once. To cases that come to mind right now, the first one is the Olympus pen. F. In its handsome leather half case Oh. My Gosh. What a beauty So pretty. The other one is the Fujifilm x one hundred V with its aluminum grip? Yeah. That's pretty two different cameras you know the my pen F is a silver Penev. Got Some really beautiful silver lenses and I get this brown leather half case with a matching rhys strap. Really Nice and then my ex one hundred V is the all black model which I really liked for the Fuji Film. And it has this aircraft aluminum grip really really pretty. Really Nice. And when I look at these things sitting on the table in front of me. While I'm watching TV, while I'm listening to music while I'm browsing the web doing whatever the heck. I do at ten o'clock at night. It makes me WANNA go out and take pictures you know I go i. Can't wait to get that camera my hands and go do something. And that's the idea that's the idea and especially right now that's the idea. To be excited to have enthusiasm to you know want to go do something that you actually can do pick up your camera and go take pictures when we're a bit stale feeling that stale how can we spark this kind of joy? Without digging our credit cards for a fifteen hundred dollar charge in my trick as you've already figured out has been through new accessories and techniques, and you may be surprised to know that I have five of these. To share with you this week. Okay. So let's let's get started on these little things. This is my anti-gas list. Okay. Because they don't qualify they don't call not one of these qualify. For Gear Acquisition Syndrome and you can argue that with me but I'm not going to yield on this on already. Here we got and I'm GonNa fool with you on the first one the first one's. GonNa. Mess with you right out of the shoot. The first one is a new Lens. Coin what you just said, right a new lens but a vintage one. Yes. So it's only new to you is been around for a long time. Yes. You could spend twelve hundred dollars on a new state of the art optic no problem. You can spend more than that if you wanted. But scoring of vintage beauty for one hundred dollars or less. Can Be just as satisfying in evokes a far less guilt. In the images that this glass producers can truly inspiring because it seems like each lens that you find on Ebay or craigslist or Oetzi or your local camera shop each vintage lens that you find has a different feel to it and. Go. Wow. This is really Kinda neat and sometimes in the world of digital optics everything sort of produces the same super magnificent results right which is great. Until you know a thousand frame of the same super magnificent result and he got I really would like to see something different. A new vintage lens can do that. And since most of US shoot murless or have a meritless camera, they adapt these lenses adapt. So well, meritless cameras. It's not even funny. You can get an adapter for like fifteen bucks at works. Great. You have this manual Focus Lens you take some pictures with it. You're going. Wow, this is really interesting. This looks different. It's different operating is different looking through the electronic viewfinder with it's just different the way around and it can be very motivating very inspiring. It can push you to photograph things that you might bypass otherwise just because turn out interesting with this particular Lens.

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Will U.S. Amusement Parks Ban Screaming On Roller Coasters?

All Things Considered

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Will U.S. Amusement Parks Ban Screaming On Roller Coasters?

"Year, It sounds like this screams of joy as the brave among us hurtle down the tracks of a roller coaster. But that's so 2019 this year during the summer of Cove in 19 amusement parks in Japan. Have banned screaming on rights. What you get instead is this thiss is sound from a video shot at Fuji Q Highland in Japan. It opens with a title card that says a new style of screaming, Then we see two very sober mask wearing men. Park execs Alone on a rollercoaster. One wears a jacket and tie. The other ones were in a white short sleeve shirt and a bow tie. These guys they are rule followers, not a whisper from them. And at the end of the video, another title card, scream inside your head. Because if you scream inside your heart, you're keeping your scream and any virus particles to yourself. Question is, would any US amusement park imposed the same rule? It is an interesting approach. I don't know how effective it would be. You know here. Nick Paradise is with Pittsburgh's Kennywood amusement park. That park is scheduled to reopen for season pass holders Tomorrow. Paradise thinks social distancing and other rules will be enough to keep people safe on the park's eight roller coasters. I've seen people do not scream. Is a little too much, at least right now. I think kind of crawl walk run will be very satisfied and thankful for people following the recommendations to wear the facemasks. Those masks will have to be worn everywhere except the water rights, and we are also going to be limiting capacity and practicing social distancing on the coasters like a lot of other parks in the country. Kennywood opened months later than usual. Disneyworld reopens this week, but Disneyland in California. Is waiting until it gets a quote. Better understanding of state rules. Dollywood and Tennessee. It's now open. The six Flags

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Data Visualization for How You Shoot

The Digital Story

05:29 min | 4 months ago

Data Visualization for How You Shoot

"We record except data with every picture we take. But how do we use it? If we examine our camera settings over a period of time with a specific model. We can learn a lot about how we capture. This information can help us change the look of our pictures plus assist us with buying decisions for new gear. And the best part is this exercise is both easy and cheap learn how on today's TVs photography podcast? So this is super interesting. I knew the title. Isn't that sex whenever you have data in the title unless you're a star Trek Fan is not that interesting. Okay, but this is truly interesting, and here's the project that I've been working on that. I WANNA share with you today, so I've been shooting with Fuji Film X One Hundred V, since March, in the reason for that is not the only camera shot with, but when I've gone. Gone outside. Is the camera even shooting with? Because I've been doing street photography whenever I wander outside now inside shooting with the Nikon the Olympics, you know all that kind of stuff that you have been hearing and seeing, but when I step out the door in get into an urban environment pretty much since March it's been the Fujifilm x one hundred, and I'm getting to know this camera. This is my first. X One hundred I like a lot, but I'm still learning about it and me together. So the way that I do street photography. At least the way I've done it since March Is. When I get out there, I really want to be thinking about the composition about how I hold the camera about what's in the viewfinder. You know all that kind of stuff and I'm not ask concerned with the actual settings, as I am with other types of targets for example with portrait photography. I'm really thinking about aperture lot I'm really thinking about color a lot with product photography. I'm thinking about depth of field and I'm thinking about exposure. You know so different types of photography have me focus on different things in terms of what are the priorities? So when I go out the door with the FUJIFILM x one hundred I'm really thinking composition I mean. That is my prime thing, and so as a resolve. What I've been doing is setting the camera basically on program mode, so it's on auto exposure in aperture and I've even gone so far as to using auto ISO with. Now in the beginning, I didn't really know how that would work out. And I soon found that this camera is really smart and it a great job in the way that I've been making any sort of adjustments and I'm giving away a little something here from the data. Because I didn't really realize this until I started studying the data, the way that I'm adjusting. The exposure is with exposure compensation. And I know that for a fact now because I have data to back it up so basically what I have been doing is putting it in program mode figuring out what film simulation I want that fits the mood of what I'm capturing, and then I'm just letting it fly just lay, and I have to tell you I have been. Really pleased with the results. This has been a lot of fun. Have Done Street photography in Los Angeles for our March Street photography workshop. I went to San Francisco. As you know a right before they started to open up again and did some black and white street photography there. I've done some photography in Santa Rosa. Here I go out on my bike and that way I can. Get through the police barriers, and all that kind of stuff more easily than I could with a car so I mean I've had some really interesting spots each time that I go out to shoot. I'm thinking about okay. What film simulation do I want and you know one of my after here, but the primary thing is that I need to be able to react quickly and I don't want to miss any shots. I really don't to miss any shots and to be honest with you. I have missed a very few so rolling that all up. That's a big setup for this data visualization thing because when I heard about this APP photo statistic. All one word. Ph Ot O. S. T. A. T.. I STI FOOT OF STATISTIC UP IS A two dollar ninety nine cents APP that you can get in the Mac, APP store It runs on the MAC platform. When I heard about this I go you know what I would love to analyze my work with the X. One hundred V since I've been shooting street photography with it in March and really Kinda. See what's going on in this APP is perfect. What this APP allows me to do is I can point. At a folder full of just I can point it at a capture. One Catalog I can pointed at a photos library. and. I can say you know analyze it. It will analyze the data and shots, and then it gives me all these different ways to look at that information

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Early coronavirus drug trials yield mixed results

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Early coronavirus drug trials yield mixed results

"You Eddie coronavirus drug trials have yielded mixed results of a poll usually use the HIV showed little benefits but if the medication from Fuji film seem to result in a full state clearance of the virus another clinical trial by giving his own going into China but we don't have any results as of

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"The Fujifilm X100V Hands On"

The Digital Story

09:57 min | 7 months ago

"The Fujifilm X100V Hands On"

"The Fujifilm x one hundred V pay. Psc Compact camera has been steadily evolving. Since I first saw at photo Kina in two thousand ten immediately after release it developed a dedicated following but there were many including myself who remained on the sidelines monitoring its evolution through five generations. Today's camera the one hundred. V is the result of ten years of development. And it's the lead topic in today's TVs photography podcast. I hope you enjoy the show. There are so many ways for me to talk about of this camera and I've really been thinking about okay. How do I approach it on? Today's show I've been working with it for a number of weeks now and I have a lot to say and probably a lot more than I can say in. Just one show a similar situation that I had with the EM one mark. Three right. But I had to pick an angle so the angle that I have decided to choose are what are the factors that have moved me from the sidelines of watching. This camera evolved since I was first introduced to it at photokina. Two thousand ten and and got to talk. Fuji Film about it. Let's move me from just watching it to actually wanting it in my possession right so I'm going to talk about some new features. Some improved features or features that have been around but now combined with the new stuff makes this a compelling camera to have already so that is going to be the angle of today's show. Now I'm also going to cover a few Complaints I have about the camera or things that I would like to be improved or added on in future additions and we know that Fuji Film. Really likes this project. We know this because of the way they have lovingly moved it from generation to generation carefully choosing the improvements that they make with each iteration. So we know that the V. is not the end of the line for this camera by any imagination. But I do think it is a camera now for many of us to at least consider for well what type of photography first of all travel great travel camera street. Photography would be the second area creative photography and I definitely think that this is one of the more creative cameras that I have shot with and recent history and then family photography a camera to have around for your family events your family life all that kind of stuff and because now thanks to its Bluetooth. Four point two. It really does. Interact very seamlessly with your smartphone. I'm using an iphone ten in my case and is beautiful. Talk more about that As I get in to the features themselves so here we are. We're talking about the X ONE HUNDRED V. That was just announced a while back and we'll start shipping. I think in about a week or so. I think it's going to be you know hitting the shelves as they say here very very thin all right. So let's see if this camera is more interesting to you if you don't already have one or if you're really excited about upgrading if you do have one okay. Let's dig into all of that. The first thing I have to start with of course is the hybrid viewfinder. Because there's really unlike anything else that I've shot with. And what does that mean? Well it means you get the best of both worlds. You've probably heard me talk about in other shows how I still like to shoot with. Dss Lars because I really like a good optical viewfinder. There's nothing like just looking through glass. Really Nice glass at the world. The X one hundred V as does previous versions of this camera gives you both and you have a little lever on the front of the camera and so you can look through the optical viewfinder which isn't just any optical viewfinder has he's really nice magical overlays that show you frame lines Show you aperture and shutter speed you know show you all sorts of information and you get the optical viewfinder experience you move the lever and then you get an electronic viewfinder now one of the upgrades. Us happened with the V. I'm just going to call it the V. Now most of the time is that now. We have a three point. Six nine million Dot Ole L. E. D. electronic viewfinder versus the two point. Three six dot million that we had in the previous ones so they've really upped their game. Now they have a refresh rate of for this electronic viewfinder of one hundred frames per second already. So you get both of these things and for people like me. Who like both? This is a real treat not having to choose okay today. I'm going to grab this camera with the optical viewfinder today. I'm going to grab this camera with electronic viewfinder. I get to have both and over the time that I've been shooting with this camera. I have used both and what I like to do. Generally speaking is I start out with the optical viewfinder just you know for framing and composing all that it's it's really so nice and then I'll switch to the electronic viewfinder Before I make my final exposure if I have time to do this and just sort of check exposure compensation color in that kind of stuff. I love having both in just one of the features of this camera that has always impressed me in has gotten even better with the V. The second thing. Oh my gosh they finally did a tilting touchscreen so right now we have a three inch one point six two million dot LCD touchscreen. That is the up and down kind. Okay so you know is really nice of for flipping upwards so that you can put the camera down to your feet or at a very low angle and look right into the viewfinder but it also tells the other way so that you can hold it over your head and shoot that way and still see the electronic viewfinder in what a lovely viewfinder it is by the way that one point six two million dots. It creates a gorgeous picture. It's a very easy to compose on it when you do want to compose out so you have not only the hybrid viewfinder that we were just talking about but you can also compose on the viewfinder itself and that's where the tilting. Lcd just comes in very handy innocent touchscreen to boot so that is a major upgrade. That is something that I know. I have been waiting for through all the ITERATIONS and when I'm out in the world which is what this cameras designed for. I need that. Lcd to tilt. They've added it. They've redesigned the twenty three millimeter. F to land as now you see a little series two. That's engraved on the edge of it and this is kind of important thing. They had not a redesigned. The lands drain all the previous iterations. It's always been a very good lands in in Fuji. Makes fantastic. Lenses has always been a very good land although it's been a little Soft on the coroner's wide open I think if you had a beef with it that would be at. This land is really terrific. As eight elements in six groups in the revised design includes two spherical elements and it really does improve the sharpness and clarity especially when shooting wide open. Which let's face it. A lot of us are shooting wide open whenever we can get away with it right additionally they added a super EBC coding to suppress Lens Flare and ghosting for greater control and Color Fidelity and the color is absolutely great with this camera. So it's a sharp lens it performs well throughout the whole range from close to infinity now and a really nice thing about it. Is that all of the current accessories from the previous models for the lands. You know the the filter adaptor ring the Lens Hood. You know all that kind of stuff. Oh Oh the the the converters to right. You have a wide angle converter. Telly convert they all work on the new lands so I really appreciate them doing that. This next one. I have not seen a whole lot a written about it but boy when you're using it At least for me. It's a big deal and they updated the Bluetooth Version of four point two now and it has real time. The camera has realtime. Gps tagging that actually works actually works so this is something that I've been teased with on other cameras. Ended has worked. Kinda spotty to say the best and what I really have wanted is a camera that when I turn on the Bluetooth and I have the settings set up the way that I want which is for it to communicate with my iphone. That's constantly monitoring where I am For better for worse right but as monitoring where I am. I want that information to go on the pictures that I'm taking with the camera and what I've had before is that sometimes it worked. Sometimes it didn't or took a long time to come on or all these sort of things.

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Atlanta couple quarantined in Japan hospital to return to the U.S.

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Atlanta couple quarantined in Japan hospital to return to the U.S.

"A courage in news for that metro Atlanta couple have been quarantined in Japan after testing positive for coronavirus line Renee Smith both eighty years old were passengers on the diamond princess cruise ship dock in Japan they tested positive for corona virus and have been there since the end of January but now a bit of good news now both tested negative for the coronavirus which means they should be able to come home and the couple's son David Smith tells me that they'll now wait another week and then they can come back to Georgia he says they're ready to get home but for now the view of Mount Fuji through their hospital window it's not too bad at all it's

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Fujifilm X-T4 Launch, DPReview Analogue Forum and Jonas Rask

Photography Radio

04:21 min | 7 months ago

Fujifilm X-T4 Launch, DPReview Analogue Forum and Jonas Rask

"Hello everyone and welcome to this week's episode of caucus take which is my take on photography news this week. So let's begin now. It seems twenty. Twenty is all about flagship. Cameras and Fuji. Film Wasn't going to be left out so they just announced their brand new flagship hybrid. Murless camera the new x t four for those of you who might not be acquainted with the term. Hybrid Camera. It's basically a digital camera that can do both stills and video equally well and for years the top two camera lines has been the Panasonic G H series and the Sony a seven series but Fujifilm challenged their market dominance back in September of twenty eighteen by launching the now famous x t three for shooters the XY. Three was groundbreaking terms of the features. It offered seriously offers as well as still shooters but the one thing that was missing. And what the competition had already at that? Time was in body image stabilization. Well no more. The main feature of the brand new x t four is the addition of the older exit ones ibis mechanism updated of course and matched to Fujifilm's latest and greatest sensor and processor combination. It's important to note. The X T three also has the same sensor and processor combination so the image quality south dean the x t three and the X X T. Four won't be the same between these cameras but the difference is of course again. The addition of ibis but as well. There's a brand new three hundred thousand actuation shutter mechanism with magnetic springs to dampen and quite the entire shooting experience as well a brand new seven represent more capacity battery system any turbo charged firmer update. That frankly does circles around the firmer of the x t three which again shares the exact same processor as the x t four so look for a upcoming future firmer update I hope the launch price of seven hundred dollars of the four is well in line with the competition regardless of the sensor size. But what differentiates these various cameras between Fuji Film? Sony and Panasonic is the availability of excess series which includes third party cinematic lenses for which Sony and Panasonic have a much larger ecosystem of third party support however many still feel including myself. That Fuji Film Has the Best Balance of sensor size native Lens Selection and firmware. That gives equal weight to both stills and video shooters over the competition as many of you know. I work closely with Fuji Film Canada and was given an early pre-production copy to test before launch. I'll leave links in the show notes to my article on Fuji Lab as well as I do channel on my first impressions on this camera. But if you don't WanNa go there I'll just let you know my overall thoughts on the camera. So far is very positive. I mentioned this in both my video and article that this camera is what the original x h one should have been back in twenty. Eighteen Fuji Film was too anxious to release the camera the X. H. One and decided to use the aging process or pro which was the third iteration of their processor instead of waiting for the upcoming x processor for that was eventually launched. The xt three just seven months later if film decided to wait until September of two thousand eighteen to have launched the H. One at the same time as the x t three one with ibis and the one without that four hundred dollar launch priced her friends the H. One being launched in nineteen hundred dollars. Us Back in two thousand eighteen and the fifteen hundred dollar price point for the t three back in September two thousand eighteen. That difference would've made a lot more sense and I believe that the X. H. One would have become the hybrid camera choice back then right until now either way better late than ever and the exit. Three has already been an award-winning winning camera. Even without ibis. So it's not like it was a failed camera. The x three is still great. In fact there's a decent deal on the x t right now so if I this isn't your thing or you have a decent collection of stabilized lenses already. Then I would seriously consider picking up an X. T. three right now while supplies last

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Photographing Women in a Conflict Zone

This Week in Photo

07:58 min | 7 months ago

Photographing Women in a Conflict Zone

"All right he would need a welcome to this week in photo. It's a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you yeah no. This is great. This is really great as we were. We were talking about before I started recording. I'm really excited to do interviews with people that are. They're doing real work in photography and using their cameras to not just for the sake of you know taking pretty pictures but to actually tell stories. And that's what this interview is all about so I'm excited to be doing this part of the Fuji Series with you. You're right now. You're based currently right now. You're in Colombia. And you know you're you're like we said in the intro your photographer based in Columbia. Let's start with the beginning so before we dive into the piece that you did around their wrinkle. Let's talk about the. What led you to be a photographer. Why why is when Nita photographer right now I started. I got in love Kelly I started to work seating months since when I was seventeen you I quit school and a have degradable to to join Both Sima and I continue the whole movie like to mom so I discover like this fashion two stories to the come around basically due to give storm so after these movie I joined on these people I learnt with them for the years of my career then I decided to do stories just with a comment about the beginning was and we'd seen him on really well so why why why the transition to still photos from cinema. Why not continue with with motion for me? I wanted to be defeat lightly and cinematographer actor and I was doing like these to training myself and so from the beginning of the camera. Mice field bad to just Like a few department but also I was very touched by documentary and I wanted to do mentoring but then I realized I was very young but I was seventeen and then I realized that being among all these speed bull and moving with the such amount of people who was not that E. C. N. Not that easy for me to to find a quick Dissatisfaction we did with the stories. I wanted to start from each year to go to travel out of the descend and start with my oncoming So and I had the opportunity to to go and travel with a friend photographer to award team the planes so so I was able to sign my sales. Y'All sweet the commerce and I preferred These these non leanness and these T. Messy saw as soon as I say what was like the first assignment just would become. I decided that I prepared these instead of being Group of people photography depending on the genre photography. It's it could be very solitary and therapeutic for a lot of people where you just Kinda go out by yourself and capture these stories but like we read in the story that you you published on full blog. Refer DOT COM. The the solitariness is an aspect that you have to be aware of especially when you're doing stories like you did around the rink. Oh River right. It's not necessarily the safest environment can you? Can you tell us about just how that particular story came to be? And what drove you to create? Yes when I told you that I started very young here we do and I can that links the audio so huge region one of the Sikhs Reunion Columbia and it's almost like easily so all the rivers goals to the walker reader which is because Sweden region as I arrived in two thousand seven and two one bar the region but not not not so I started this erste eight years and say to to become a photographer and true telling the stories of the genitals. Char the cowboys in America or the team so I was working like a we. Don unto policies going with them. By course we'd all descended notable Alana's and living with them by Morrison's many use and by reading so all the time they'll be norcal I never. I was never been nobody all the time. Whilst Reference Geographic referencing quitter restaurants. As well time I want to go there. We was nightclub. Oh one once. Arriving was like Connecticut Journey for me. I tried to borrow once but by course. It was very complicated. We just need like one or two and we go look. We went back and so he was until two thousand fifty. That for the time I arrive by won't likely now the Twin Towers to buy By DMITAR even and I are rightful decision sciences building so it was not the something new because I was never been there but was like my goal always to arrive. There was. What was it like when you when you got up? So a twelve hour journey on the boat. And then you arrive there. What was that like having that? Been Your that being your goal for such a long time like a like a result like a all. These previous years was was there at same time and and get like empowering these moments of being facing an enormous river and Oldham needs that I caught before the previous idea. There was like more money. She sank and season Thursday. Sixers contact I I will. I knew that I had to stay there and leave their and explored sweeter. So how long did you did you say there and explore the river and I have been. I came back Team days ago. And it's just now okay. It's new and senior working. There are now here young means you bud is a small town. A declaims is like the department is the next department next to the visa which is worth noting local east so I am in the same region and I see leaving here

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Top Day Trip Destinations from Tokyo

Pure Life Podcast

08:39 min | 7 months ago

Top Day Trip Destinations from Tokyo

"We spoke we were talking about getting in and out of Tokyo some of the things to do and Tokyo and we kinda hinted at other areas that we could explore the which are either day-trips outside of Tokyo or areas. That are arranged getaways. Exactly exactly so usually Tokyo is a good hub to start from. It's accessible you can get in and out of IT EASY. Great hotels lots of stuff to do. But if you're adventurous and you WANNA head on outside of Tokyo. There's some really cool places at Tokyo when you go to Japan right well. Yeah I mean there's there's plenty to do and to do in Tokyo but if time allows exactly so we wanted to share with your couple of short trips that you can easily take you in and out of a Tokyo and we're GonNa hit you know several of those cities so last we talked we were talking about getting around via Jr. the Japanese rail and within Tokyo even from all the major airports you can get into Tokyo central really really easily. And when you hit stations like Tokyo station or even Shinjuku or Yokohama. There are Shinkon San or the the bullet trains that can take you to all other parts of Japan. And so we're gonNA talk about you. Know How you cruise around from Tokyo to other places using the railroad jerry. Easy probably the most convenient way to do it. Is Well well. I've always taken a car over my grandpa drove or my dad. Or however you remember Susan when we've traveled as family that we've always kind of jumped on. We have a car as well but Wisconsin took the Shinkansen to bigger family right so anyway so the first one that we WANNA hit. This is the city call. Hakuna I'm sure a lot of people have seen this word on a guidebooks more from friends or people who's been there. It's a very popular destination. It's an easy weekend getaway in Japan when we talk about Hakuna. Japanese people have to hit hot spring over very well known area. It's a it's a hot spring resort area it right and then you can see a beautiful Mount Fuji. Oh my gosh now. In good reason why. That's the center. Excuse me hot. Spring areas because Mount Fuji is there and IT'S A. It's still a dorm but it's an active volcano if you will. It's the tallest in Japan that is correct. Fuji IS THE HIGHEST VOLCANO IN JAPAN. At over three thousand seven hundred meters or twelve thousand feet and is the second highest volcano in an oven island in all of Asia. I'm an international treasury. Yes absolutely in. It is one of the more prominent symbols of Japan. Yes Yup it's so pretty and it's worth going. Who's the Hukou on Easel National Park Now? I sound very Japanese. It's west of Tokyo. If you look at the map of Japan right right and it takes about eighty five minutes an hour and a half or two hours if you take a probably the easiest way you WanNa take a train is by Docu or Docu. Od A K Y you railway docu railway operates. It runs between Tokyo Shinjuku Station to GonNa Yumoto station. Okay and one way journey. I think there are a couple of different types of nanny. It's a limited express right right and then the other one is a little bit slower Express trains coupon right. But I think it's like a little bit over my two thousand. Three hundred men check the rate. You know the latest one but It's it's a very reasonable and you can also take a bus in like I said I when I was younger. We always just drove. Takes a while on the traffic begins. We always travel during the holiday seasons. Four hours you know five hours Roy Moore. I know so. We highly recommend that. It's this whole amount area. The Hukou owner area in capacity hakuna shrine. Which is a Shinto shrine. And it's just a there are tons of hot springs. The food is great is easy access from Tokyo. I really really highly recommended such a pretty area to visit and there's such a variety of things to do over there as well. I mean not only do you have this magnificent view of famous Mount Fuji? I mean on a clear day. Perhaps you can see Mount Fuji and the distance from Tokyo. It is southwest of Tokyo. Roughly about one hundred kilometers southwest to Tokyo and again it dominates the western Side of the prefecture there. But when you get up towards it and you can see it in all its majestic beauty. It's quite breathtaking. Very lovely so just a few things. You know that I can point out the fun things to do the top attractions in Hukou Hukou hot springs. Oh my gosh is there are a lot of them so you like hot springs. I think it's like a must do and in from our talks about The shoe were big fans of average super clean. It's the scenery that surrounds hot springs and the hospitality. And it's multi course. Meal comes within. It's nothing like you know our Western style. Spa It's a very different immersive experiences. Definitely some you should check out. Troy experienced one hundred percent and other attractions. The other one is a good unease very very famous e you can also smell the so far though soul. I but it's the it's a crater created by the last major eruption of Mount Hakuna and one of the interesting thing is they sell these eggs as you see them everywhere throw in. It's called healthy eggs and and they believe it adds seven years to your life if you eat eggs about if you want to give a shot. Hey who can? Who can't use another seven years right? Come on yeah but but Walker done is actually quite a site. The big crater. It's interesting yeah. It's really quite something and when the weather is nice spring summertime fall is beautiful with leaves changing color one about lake. Ashi no go A. S. H. I. N. O. K. O. R. She no-go it's a lake. It's it's a Caldera Lake. It's just a picturesque. You get a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. You when you go there. There are a lot of like a boat trips that you can take. That's another run on. Luger attraction there that if you go to coney area I I really recommend that as one of the attractions you can go and check it out. Oh I haven't mentioned the the very famous Hakone Shrine Omega. Gosh Yes oh my God. This is so famous you need to go check it out right. It's it said it's located at the end of the lake. Ashi NOCCO that I just talked about It's in a forested area. You see lanterns and Tori literally you gauge. The regular dance right. Yeah it marks the entrance to the shrine And it's pretty impressive. That's really pretty absolutely and just to see those those gates as you know because I don't know something about that. It just reminds me of Japan. We've seen them in different shrines and stuff like that. Oh my God. Spectacular blends in with the scenery in a bill. Leads you to the entrance of the shrines. And it's just it's absolutely spectacular to

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Tiny Love Stories For Valentine's Day

Modern Love

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Tiny Love Stories For Valentine's Day

"We wanted to leave you a Valentine up of stories submitted to the modern love column by readers from around the world. These stories are drawn from the tiny love stories project which modern love debuted in two thousand eighteen where readers tell a love story in no more than one hundred words so here are some of our favorites read by the people who wrote them. Happy Valentine's Day. We met a Munich during October fest. I'd seen him the day. I arrived a handsome stranger exiting the train station that night. We matched on a dating APP. Didn't connect the next day in a massive beer drinkers dressed in traditional German clothes. I spotted him above the crowd. Getting a toast to top a bench were wearing identical lederhosen. I pointed at them slightly drunk and said hey get down here as he jumped down he said you found me. I didn't even know I was looking for him but three years later I still have them huddled several kilometers Mount Fuji on a journey harder than we anticipated. Jeff looked into my eyes which were blurry from crying and said I wonder how many American Express points it would take to have helicopter pickus up. Both of us exploded in laughter and tears. I dusted off my body as he extended his hand and pulled me up. We continue up and down our mountain daily in darkness and light taking turns being the hand held out and the hand that needs lifting to keep

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Blood on the Street

Photography Radio

06:05 min | 8 months ago

Blood on the Street

"Hello my photographic France. How are you I was planning to talk about something totally different today Especially that the topic of today's podcast is not an easy one and I have to admit that I have been struggling and thinking very very carefully whether to talk about this or not about three days ago hours very close to my decision to pass on the subject and just move on with my life. I knew that whatever I say it would get in trouble but thinks has changed in the last three three days and I decided to do it. I think I have to. If you haven't guessed just the word we'll do want to talk about today here. That's okay but let me give you a short review a recap for those of you. Who are living under the Rock Fuji Film Released Brand New Camera Iteration of their x one hundred line there x one hundred v Calmer is is a truly truly great product In fact I have to say. That's my favorite camera for street. Photography and full learning photography. In general I highly recommend it and as with every release release. There were number of X.. Photographers who promoted the camera with the videos. And one of them out was taught sewer Suzuki. I hope I'm pronouncing the name right. So Mr Suzuki is a street photographer from Japan and the video In this video he's shooting on the street in what you can call role. I guess aggressive way as Sword of Bruce Guild in the way. I'm sure what you you know what I'm talking about. Of course. Many people took offense in this a med thought. And did you do some strong. Very strong comments Fuji Comb decided to take this video down. Well what happened next. We all know it before four. I continue I have to mention something about Fujifilm. I'm not an ex photographer. rougher and I have never been paid by Jill having said that yes I have the great along standing professional relationship with Fuji as well as with other calmer companies because I often test the gear and they loved shooting with the gear and I know some people in the food universe. I have many X. photographer France Lance and I have to say I have tremendous respect for the Fuji Film Team for the Passion and drive to create this great great products. We are using but going back to them. Mr Suzuki case I think that Fujifilm Fujifilm had the right to pull out this video. Whether it was a good decision or not I don't know I don't yeah no all the Fox Pearl bubbly. I would handle disgrace slightly differently but again I don't know oh all the details so I'm not here to judge this decision and all Nestle I. I don't think there is any great solution here. It's really hard to be a winner in this situation but this is is not what I want to talk about it today. I want to talk about what happened and is still pill happening after the video was pull out I a few words about Mr Suzuki. Uh someone who who should street photography and teach it. I have to say that. I'm not a fan of his medals. I wouldn't feel comfortable shooting this way Nado and I would never teach my students to you to do the street. Photography the way Mr Suzuki Dos Yes I guess I have to be honest list with you. That his methods cross my personal line. But the seemed time I'm not here to condemn him. So I really want you to know that. Okay I'm not here to condemn him two days after the scandal so if I can call it this way erupted. I want to his website and I found some of his images to be truly really spectacular or Abreu skilled would say you can smell the street in them. There is no question that whatever ver- waste Mr Suzuki's using to create his imagery. It works.

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Choosing Photo Travel Gear

Photography Radio

08:52 min | 8 months ago

Choosing Photo Travel Gear

"Hey everybody I'm Karen Hutton. And welcome to the Wu. Today I introduce a new feature on the Wu. QNA as those of you who listen in regularly know by now. I have a lot of things to talk about. Get off my chest. And that's all fine and Dandy but I'm open to questions to so recently. I opened winded up bananas. Some folks what they like to hear about our fabulous end intrepid first up. Is Jim Zuffelato. Who Asks this question? We I just got back from a fabulous trip in Paris and surrounding areas. We went to New York for a few days. And improvisation I pondered long and hard hard about what equipment to bring. How many camera bodies what lenses? What am expecting in the way of photo ops with your travel schedule? I'd like to know how you you plan for work and for just family vacations. So that's Jim's question and thank you for that by the way because that's always a big question and sometimes sends me around the band. I got to admit but I can share some approaches that I've developed to that question that made my gear selection debtor easier ear to carry my mind calmer and my muse happier first of all right off the bat. You GotTa get good with the fact that you're not going to have the perfect lens for every situation and then let it go. I think what drives everybody off. The deep end me included is when we imagine that we have to cover all the possibilities. BILITY's 'cause you know Famo- kills so let it go we'd hopper be creative with what you bring start with. What your heart most desires tires to create from this experience? Do you like to shoot architecture. Mostly Street and people portraits landscapes cityscapes wide-angle fantastical goodness you. You know just kind of make a little list. You know like have to get this stuff. These would be nice. May I can live without these because making the decision about all that narrows the field. Then then I go straight to this one. How much time are you going to be on your feet? Ten hours. A day combing streets Peres hiking in the Alps. GotTa Sherpa Purpose. I mean really. Just imagine yourself in whatever. Your scenario is an include any neck shoulder back problems you might be dealing with because those are huge and they. They don't get better the longer you're on your feet. I've discovered and decide how much you WANNA SCHLEP keep coming back to the fact that gear does not get lighter as the day wears on. Trust me now hone it in a little bit more decide which lenses can do double duty just to give you an example on a recent trip to Italy for one of my photo retreats retreats. My personal goal was to create a visual book of my experience. We were starting in Venice. And then heading to the DOLEMITE's I mean these are two very you. Different areas very different subject matters shooting distances. All of it. I mean for a minute I went out of my mind. What how I honed in was I decided I wanted to make images that it ranged from this particular kind of perspective driven intimate shot that I love to do and then of course I love my grand mountain landscapes gapes but I wanted to make really really strong statements with every shot so I shoot Fuji Film The eighteen to one thirty five and the fifty five to two hundred which is an older lens? But it's a great telephoto Lens in its lighter. They did most of the work now. The eighteen to thirty five did a decent job bob of isolating my intimate subjects. I mean would I have liked more specialized lines for that sure and again if I had a team of attendance to carry my gear which which I just don't have and then I use the fifty five to two hundred only in the mountains really and I was happy to have it Yes would have loved to have my one hundred four hundred but again team Sherpa was nowhere to be found so head to adjust a bit to my gear instead of just having all my gear had sort of adjust asked my vision but that limitation worked great for the strong compositions. I was looking for that. Forced me to make really strong decisions and stick with them. MM commit to them and I was really happy with the results. Now I will admit that as an afterthought and unable to battle my fear of missing out foam oh I did break down and throw my ten twenty four into the bag and I literally never used it. Now if your focus is more on street photography portrait's and things like that. Maybe a couple of Primes is more your style. That's legit you decide. You just have to choose and then commit to the decision and don't look back. Whatever you do set your mind to work with the limitation you set for yourself and make good creative exercise and just know you're GonNa love what you get by leaning into it now second camera? Yup I do on my trip to Italy. I took two X T. Three's you do it with two different ones a bigger one. And then you have a little pocket camera that just slips into your pocket. Your second camera could even be your phone but it's always good to have some kind of backup and the fun thing is they'll all help you see in different ways days. which is what will give your visual story even more awesome perspective so that's my little spiel about cameras and lenses it is and for what it's worth a manuchehr the peripherals that I also consider when selecting gear for a trip? You may have this all figured out Jim but other people listening you know might be Kinda wondering so so the things I think about to our filters holders rings I use Lacroix which is a company out of Spain I love the quality of their glass their holders holders are really really light and super easy. They don't break. I just never have trouble with him. Think about your camera strap so everybody uses a camera strap but you're gonNA be walking long periods of time popping your camera off the strap or whipping up to your face a little bit different when you're traveling so so really think this went through and figure out how you move and what's GonNa be ergonomically sound for you. I use a meg. Poll which works with my really really right stuff L. plates I use Tripod at night in cities and for long exposures end for big shots in the mountains. So you know that plate is pretty much always on my camera so the meg pull works best for me but whatever works for you. A lot of people use peak design black rapid. Whatever as long as it works for you now camera bags? Those are always always a challenge for me. The quick thing I'll say is I usually have one that is for the airline travel so I keep my camera gear all in one bag and don't have things things spread around lately. I've been using the peak design forty five l.. It's padded and I can fit so much in it and it fits in the overhead and then I pack a smaller one for every day what that smaller one is will depend on whether to be in a city or hiking. I also have it. This pretty beat up crumpled five million dollar home bag and I use the beat up one sometimes because you know a woman travelling around the city with camera gear by myself a lot of the time the either or is attended DNA ten because it's smaller looks looks a little nicer. If that's what I want it just has a different configuration. So again comes down to how I'm going to use it. And how conspicuous I WANNA look. Then if I'm in the mountains and hiking a lot actually use a super lightweight twenty leader hiking backpack ways practically nothing and then I use padded lens covers and mix them in with the extra clothing layers water. And you know other stuff you need when you hike in the temperatures are going to change or what have you. It just works so much better because camera backpacks tend to be a little bit heavy. And this little lightweight twenty L. hiking thing just smashes down to nothing weighs nothing is super easy to bring then then remember whether Protection Lens Cloths Extra Batteries chargers power converter adapters power strips. USB Hub power brick for your phone phone either external hard drives for backup or a pile of SD cards. If you don't WanNA use hard drives bring your laptop or Ipad or whatever computing device you like to use news and then whatever other goodies make your life. Smooth streamlined in prepped. For the best time ever. Because that's the key having the best time ever I. Also this is a sidebar. Not Everybody thinks about it but I also advised TRIPP insurance. Make sure it offers the kind of coverage that works for you. Do I always make sure if I'm hiking in the DOLEMITE's little more rugged. I make sure I've got kind of insurance where a helicopter can come pick me up and take me out. I don't need that if five minutes city so you know. Consider what you're doing and what kind of coverage you need and get insurance for your gear to some companies can do it all some specialized. You may have to cross pollinate a little bit so do your research ahead of

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Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades

B&H Photography Podcast

09:53 min | 9 months ago

Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades

"Butcher but she was known primarily for his dazzling large format black and white photography the everglades glades and Florida environment regardless of your photographic background or your tastes photography. There is so much you can learn about his story career good example. How many photographers August do you know who actually made money? Selling thousands of prince through the Amazon of the Stone Age. Or as we sometimes call it the sears catalog he did it anyway. This episode is going to be a little bit different than normal because it's just a simple conversation between John. Inclined they touch on a number of interesting subjects including Bush's work in the swamps with large format cameras. His recent foray into Sony digital cameras paired with cannon tilt shift lenses and is mind boggling doctrine with vintage in lodgers. They'll also discussing the business models that he and his family employees to market is images his thoughts on black and white versus color and of course his relationship to the Florida landscape escape for which he will be forever. Linked Klein is a true American master. And it's a treat to have him on the beach photography podcast. Let's have a listen. You work the worth almost known for his kind of a process. Heavy work Invasions time working in large format. But let me ask you. Do you feel photography Is is more of a ways or means whether the means be adventure solids money whatever happens to be. Hopefully photography is the adventure through life that you bring happiness to people through your images in my work. I'm trying to bring the environment out the to the public because people big Zoya heavy idea where oxygen comes from yet so we you have to try to convince people that the earth is round round. Last I checked it worse worse spaceship and so we have a finite number of materials here so through my photography people see the beauty mhm Have to get into it too. We're looking at pictures a lot. Lotta pictures not really early Pictures of things feelings of things. Try to draw you in pictures of the really Nice Center. The interest is on the sides. Were you in the reason I might pictures you know. I guess you probably seem into Israel silver prints. They're up to five foot by eight and a half feet. Nine feet in. Nikki showed me the space in the back of the documentary. Yeah and the rinsing in the chemical tables. That's thirty eight foot long sink. Yeah five foot by four foot. Trees actually betrays sinking itself discussion. The jumping ahead. There's so many questions about that. Space that you create in the photo and what you want people to do in that space but while we're there are you know over the past twenty plus years now. We've seen this going away from from analog film photography and Printing when that first started I mean how did you ask yourself any questions. Like how am I gonNA sustain this helmet in a supply myself with these as Kodak shutting down as you you know Ilford is pulling back now. Little resurgence in that but at the time was ever questioned. What you're GonNa do well with digital came out in Kodak's at all we're we're out here? It was getting older is you can't. Is that thirty five millimeter. We're talking about you know why should up to twelve twenty negative Majority the five seventy Enjoys five seven eight by ten some love. Fourteen twelve twenty twelve twenty seven fourteen really silly information. Yeah but it's like it's like when you take a twelve or twenty hours like ticket television set out there ebbing subside down colored collar but at that time. Did you know what I must take my guns. This is what I do is what I love to do a mock going back because you know sales I dunno sales took a hit or whatever or you know those kind of things but it was it ever a conversation to have with yourself or or was it. When I was a little nervous I think it was in nineteen ninety eight? We start doing books. So we've always general books but I was doing that my own scanning my negatives okay so I had to learn photoshop so I could If the picture of the book I tried to teach me photoshop I went to a couple of courses. It was pretty today's picture here so I said I got underway doing this in analog so I figured analog way of doing now I can do ten minutes yeah and what would that. What does that analog method ended? Basically we you like when you burn something you burn. It ingredients a lot with the burn tool okay so in in that. Gradient can change the contrast in that gradient. Okay that's interesting so might have to race a little bit around say on a burning tree. I just raised a little bit around. Make a circle around contrast less contrast. I can do that with a gradient so I could just like what I do now. In the printing we have verbal contrast paper Blue Green Bulbs so I need less contrast the blue off in a burden with green more contrast bring with blue so do the same thing thing a digital album that interesting and what's exciting to me. I finally got the I think I got the right camera to now. I got the new the Fuji F G X one hundred year about it's got sixteen bit. You'll realizing advantage of sixteen bit gradients of it becomes smooth. Yeah Woah and you can't do that fourteen bit again sixteen. This breath camera to me is to automatic. I like the I have the fifty s Has got a little dials here. This was all trying trying like so so but I've had to figure out how adapt my Kansas to it because the apertures is done by the camera so actually Cambo makes an adapter the cameras the Fuji that actually controls the Iris independently of the camera. Yet as he worry about the camera anymore. Tanaka used by lenses. And I can't shoot without having I think this is the poodle relies the the difference of getting four gram laureate Liz. The tilting tilting. The camera down more foreground yet. I lower the landscape. I don't tell camera. Yeah okay so the perspective is correct and it's also different in perspective Natural I'm kind of surprised a little bit to hear the the embrace and the deep dive into you know from the Fuji in as you mentioned the Sony All these things in the digital world. Was this something that you brought to you based on the fact that you needed to physically. Well I'll I tell you the reason I starting bracing. It is because the camp there came out with INC ARCHIVAL PAPER EGO. So unless you have a media that she can print on this going to be around for awhile. I Media Irish printer. It was good for at at least good two months. There was dead because it was used for proof. Lean offset printing needed to so the client the through the weak- Anka in your mind's eye of the print. Maybe excuse me for even asking. This is the final product. I mean when you see what you're looking at. Did you see through the Lens through the landscape to the print at the medicine. Well I do you know you said to see through the Lens I actually everything I do is point shoot. I do not compose the camera. You can't a a little bit. More digital. But with a large format view us a widening the lens of Orange Arch format. You can't see the composition the ground glass to you WANNA to see if it's Focus on the edge have moved over to the left and then yet lowered the riot. So you really can't see the competition so I've learned about the first retro focus. Twenty millimeter lens came in the country in nineteen sixty two. The first Retro Focus Lens was made in East Germany but the flag on Appeal Roy. Milton reflect to got. So I've been using that in wider wider angles ever. Since then I've been wide-angled I mean I've got maybe half dozen shots were taken with different lines. Really I I go from if you relate to Full frame thirty five I go from about ten millimetres twenty

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"fuji" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"fuji" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"PJ professionals Jim Fuji Jim Fuji junior is the swing doctor. He's out in suburban Philly a gym. Fuji the third is the managing partner. Morningstar golfers club. He's in studio with me. We'll speak to him momentarily. Michael Crawley's the head golf professional MorningStar. He is also with us of your telephone this afternoon. Morningstar. I know that the golf course is, we had a lot of rain of good grass growing weather. It's pretty lush. I'm sure Jimmy think about the rest of the year. It's not really too late to book and othing. Right. Is, is it? I mean, I know September really popular month for outings is Tober too late. If I wanted to do it outing early October. That's that'll work, right? Absolutely absolutely. We probably get I, I don't know. My Goldie figure two to three phone calls a week, requesting outings outing for us. Can it be anywhere from three to four foursomes all the way up to one hundred and forty four Gough? So maybe sixteen to twenty guys to a one one forty four is a full blown shotgun starred kind of correct. And, and a lot of stuff depends on what the fundraisers for. I mean if you're if you're trying to do a hockey fundraiser, let's say for like my son's warhawks program and wash you might wanna think about an October date, because that's when you start getting into hockey season is right. As the right is tryouts are occurring, and things like that. So. It a lot of times. It depends on what the fundraiser four or what they're trying to do with the outing. But you still have businesses that are looking to get out with their with their groups and stuff and Michael could speak more to when is the best time. And when, when did we have openings and things like that, and Michael after after school's back in, in session in September that September kind of a crowded month, right? A lot of a lot of corporate events, charity events that are going out in September of the weather is typically really good and. Yeah. The kids are back in school. So people that seem to when they when they book at the not make taken valley vacations like they are in July. Sure that makes total sense into, if you're out there, listening to this and thinking about doing an outing the other side of it is, you know, if that audience going to include some sort of meal dinner, lunch, something like that hickory sticks the restaurant at stars. Absolutely outstanding. So full blown summer rates kick in June through August, but during the week after three o'clock Monday through Thursday forty four bucks to play as much golf as you can play until you can't see the ball anymore. That's a nice deal. Some very nice deal. It's an excellent deal. As a matter of fact. So if you're gonna play at ten o'clock on a Saturday morning it's eighty nine bucks to play correct. There's all sorts of different rate structures, Ed to get you out of really good golf course at an affordable number. And now it's the absolute shake if no pun intended of the Gulf season. It's, it's the media part, and it's time to get out there and play, Michael. The new equipment is in have you seen anything, that's, that's especially cool. And I say that with a reminded any women in the audience that Father's Day is coming up. Pretty quickly. The driver all the companies have made a really good improvements to their drivers. They're more consistent from start to finish. A lot of pop to a lot of speed the ball's coming off really pretty quickly, which is great. And creating more distance for you, which is awesome. Other than that. I would say, that's probably the biggest thing that I've seen. You know, another thing is the headphones. I'm talking to you from allow me to hear everything around me. But also listen to my music, while I'm practicing and the to hear the shots when I'm putting I like to hear when I'm hitting a little chip shot or a pot. I like to hear the contact and I can do that, while still listening to my music or my meditation is focused. Gotcha. Very good MAURICE golfers club. It's really the best time to start really getting into playing this particular golf course of the pace of play is excellent moisturizer will offer personal testimony to that to that. So if you're somebody who's raises an IRO oh, I don't want to slog around for five and a half hours, usually rounded, MAURICE, star things are kept moving by design about four hours or so, to play the entire golf course in. It's a fabulous. Course here's how to get onto the golf course. You can call this number two six two, six, six to sixteen hundred and make reservations for up to two weeks in advance and you can do that online, as well at golf, the star dot com when you pay a greenfee at MorningStar you get a cart. Always it's one of the reasons that the pace of play. So good, by the way, cart, always an access to the range before and after the round so some good person they're great cocktails on course and end in the clubhouse and a great restaurant at hickory sticks. Morningstar golfers club in the town of earns other central Waukesha county, again, the phone number two, six two, six six to sixteen hundred or golf, the star dot com. Play better golf segment. Swing doctor, I think I oh, you some money, some dull for less than you inadvertently gave me on the show, probably a month ago or so. We were talking about getting up and down from greenside lies and you're, you're kind of famous for being a good up-and-down guy chipping and putting and, and being able to, to put some lower numbers on your card and what you said that when you. Cut you always think about rolling the ball instead of striking the putt. Now I'll admit over the past year or so. It's been a struggle for me to even play in the high eighties my last three rounds eighty three eighty one eighty three. And when I sat eighty one thinking about your role, the ball instead of striking the putt. No three putts in the round so cl- us all in about that, that mindset that thought about rolling the ball when putting because it's very, very effective, especially on speed. Well, it's nice to hear that you're putting well anyway, at least better. It's not like I'm making a bunch of bombs, but it's, you know, I'm thirty feet away from the pin, and all of a sudden, I've got to footers instead of six letters, shouldn't feel bad that some British outfit did a survey on putting and they came up with the basic premise that recreational golfers are lousy putter. Yeah. According to them, single digit guys, take thirty two point eight putz around ten to seventeen handicapped, thirty five point one eighteen to twenty eight handicapped, thirty seven putz around, so, you know, we, we, we could spend a little bit more time on our pudding, but, but understand, they're, they're basically two different ways to go about this. I mean, the, the one is pop. Putting arrive call it pop. Putting it said think of branch network or get the one that you know, just takes it back Schwartz. Backstroke and then pops the back of the ball like as if he was driving attack into the back of the ball. That's what works well for him pens work. Very well on shorter. Putz, the other method the one I prefer is to roll the ball. I mean it, it, it involves a longer slower stroke back in through pendulum type thing. It's it's a stroke. Rather than a pop hit, and it tends to be more effective on lag plus a longer putts. I feel like almost like I got a broom, and I'm taking it back and sweep in the thing, back through the ball or about payments. Somebody described it wants to me as, as a paper, I shiver you're painting a wall. You, you take the brush with pain on his stroke back through you don't throw that wall. You've stroke it back in through. I think I think also you're putting stroke go to kinda mirror. You're gossiping. I mean, if, if you have a short backswing and quick swing. I think you're putting stroke ought to be, I, I'm thinking, John Rome or. You know, with snigger we should if you have a longer swing. I think you're putting through to be longer. And that's the way I put it. So I put Wong and slow if he will. You don't thing was roll the ball mindset is that you actually get the ball rolling at the target as opposed to when you strike a pot. You know, it doesn't always get that good forward roll this way. It just it's a lot smoother the balls. Hop very much. Or maybe at all. It's, it's really pretty effective. I think so. I mean it's worked well for me over the years, but I have a longer swing so or getting shorter all the time. Used to be nice and locker, they really real. I curse people who are listening, if you're having trouble, especially with the speedier putts get into that. I'm going to roll the ball at the whole mentality and I'm telling you it with a little bit of practice. I think it's, it's really, really effective. So basically means you're going to take a longer Baxter, so fruit state. But the key thing is the find what works best for you. I mean not what seems to be working so well for your buddy. Good point. Michael, you mentioned the sort of the year of the driver with new equipment, we fitting a client with the driver, what are the things that you're looking at what are the sort of the, the key two or three things that make driver a good match for for a player swing. Well, number one, I wanted to put a driver in somebody's hands. That are that they liked the look of, and they just like the feel of it in their hands, without even hitting golf ball yet, if I had you a coffee Cup and say, this is the greatest club ever made and you grab it feels terrible. It looks terrible. There's no way I can hit it. It's not going to be a good fit for you. Never wanna watch you to, like, what you look at number two, I'm looking at, you know, when you're swinging the golf club, what club are you getting both consistently in or near the center of the face? And then after that, then we start looking at the numbers, we start looking at your lawn tangles, your spin rates to start tweaking the club that you like and that you're hitting more most consistent hot. We tweak that club to get the numbers. Just right. So we can maximize the distance inconsistency for you. It's. So when you're playing around with us, we just got thirty seconds left here. So I mean, trying to match shaft with the right, head of a of a driver. And to a player's skill set is in a I mean generally a long process. Are you taking an educated? Guess he was just watching the guy swing just before you even start putting anything in that person's hands. Educated. Guess of where to start? You gotta look at what he has right now. You watch his ball flight and say, okay, kinda looks like he's going to need something a little lighter way. Maybe a little bit more something as launch angle up. So maybe a little lighter weight, chef that's got a little bit lower tick point to it. If his ball flights really high. They were gonna get something a little bit heavier in his hands to kind of lower that ball side to start off and a lot of times, people try and get in these quote unquote, perfect numbers, fourteen fifteen degrees of launch twenty five twenty five rpm of spin and what we do that. You know that's not for everybody. You watch these guys on tour and how far they hit it. They're all over the map. So it's finding what spin rates and everything else are the best for you to maximize your distance based on your golf schedule and anybody who's thinking about buying a driver go, make an appointment with Michael don't buy off the rack because you're just kind of diminishing your own investment.

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"fuji" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Now, the next thing that I have to talk about it. I think you're the perfect person for this is Fuji film support which actually started improved. I should say with version eleven A dot in there somewhere. And then yeah, how we have a film simulations in there. And this tell me about it because this was kind of a sticking point for a lot of us who like Fuji film cameras. Yeah. Definitely. Well, we we gradually been sort of adding Fuji things before the punish if you like because it is upon the ship working very very closely with them. So that started with supporting the X trans camera models car member. And we we put that in and it's probably long ago than I think that was something if you like we reverse engineered in and kind of put in one of our guys is big Fuji fan. So he was excited that we are able to do that. And he did decoding himself of the. Transform it. That's impressive. Yeah. It's it's no mean achievement. That's for sure. I mean, it's totally different to traditional sensors. So to have to reverse engineer is years something. But luckily, we've got clever people in the company who who do that with one hundred and talk behind their backs. It's. So yeah, we were very fortunate. But it that way. So that I think that's where it will start today in gradually. We started adding some more Fuji things, and I think because the popularity of Fuji has grown quite a lot. I think in the post two or three years that it kind of made sense to just kind of go in and get the support that everybody wanted. So. And that's that's where we all with catch one eleven point three, I guess which came around Photokina when it was announced the punish. And then we've built on that four version twelve as well with the film simulations is terrific and serves always this thing. Like, why won't phase one support Fuji film, medium format and all that kind of thing? And yeah, one level just sorta seemed silly. I mean, you can kind of understand. But then you go in the end it's going to be better if they do support. It it, and then they came around and did it. And now, I mean with the wonderful Roddick coating that you get with capture one pro and to be able to combine that with Fuji film cameras so much better than you get with some of the other software that we won't mention right now. Yeah. I mean, it's a big difference in in. I think Roddick coating is already a strength of capture one pro far away. Yeah. And then to have Fuji film cameras. And now, the film simulations this is this is a good thing. I'm really tickled as you can tell it's really nice bonus and certainly digging into the problems that Fuji uses have in getting good quality out of the files. I was quite surprised, and I've seen all kinds of wacky work arounds like combat to this first. And then I go to bed or not use special shopping, plugging and yadda, yadda, yadda. And it just it was like, wow, this is really complicated in shouldn't have to be. Yeah. Painful thankful that were really and the great cameras and great lenses, and and you know, looking at Schultz from cameras like x t twos. And so on it's I mean, not old in in modern day terms. If you like, but really impressed with the image quality coming out of them. So and and a bit kind of sad for the uses that they've had to kind of jump through a lot of different hoops to to sort of optimize the great hall where that it was in the first place will they don't now if they. They chewed. Exactly. Yeah. I was actually visiting Fuji office yesterday and one of the questions which came up from internal staff, whose no how'd you handle sharpening and capture one for Fuji cameras. Well, exactly the same as any other camera. Like, I don't treat them any differently. There's no special tricks or or a you must use radius at this. So all don't turn this, upper whatever just treat it as if it was a canon, nicotine Sony. Whatever apply the same rules that I do any other camera, which is how it should be..

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"fuji" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"fuji" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Five to eight and fifty five one eight because they're small, and they're all weather sealed, and they're all effective and reliable, and then I have a Sony lenses, right? Yes. They are. Correct. I have at Rama flashpoint a little flashes. And then I also have goat X flashes for that system. And that system a flash. Che's I have triggers for cannon and Fuji film because I also own digital in those formats and camera Brent's, and they can trigger the flashes, and they can communicate TTL with those as well to Fuji film is what it used for a lot of my more sort of documentary like close work, I have an XT too. When I have an ex pro one the expert one, I think is still one of the most beautiful digital cameras are made the image quality just looks like films. You know, my jaw drop every time. I take images from people that own that camera. Yeah. Yeah. I have a sixteen one four which is weather sealed. The only weather shield lends, I have for food Ubembe. And then I have a twenty three one four which my copy editors borrowing aid to get it back from him and thirty five one four that was my first lens. But other than that. I recently picked up a Ken EEOC are with a fifty one too. Because the fact that I really like what it does for portraiture. When you look at a bunch of other manufacturers, I feel that there's a lot of over sharpening their algorithms of their processing. But with cannon. It's like man that skin look sweet it's perfect like even with flash. Like, I don't really need to retouched or spend a lot of time in post. It's it's beautiful right into the camera. So I'm really happy with that. But personally, honestly, I shoot a hell of a lot of film. Really? You're back Zo. I've been hearing that a lot from a lot of people that they're sort of going back to the future back to the past as it were in shooting film. Why why film you like, you know, the the the the process of it are you like to slow down or what what's the what's the romantic side of it believe it or not? So I'm actually legally blonde. So yeah, I'm legally blind. When I take my glasses off I was explaining to this to someone in yoga today. The way that she was positioned in the room. It looked like she was a cyclops because of the shadow that was literally underneath her like the area underneath the eyebrows. Sort of merging the eyebrows on the is into one. So as I got closer to her as able to see oh, you have to is not a cyclops. So. The way I see the world is much different. And it's sort of like a painting, but for me with film, it puts more of that episode's on, you know, I need to train myself to really work with the subject more and to get a different look, and I don't necessarily care about looking at the images immediately. Because I have a very good feeling. I know what I'm getting because I'm putting so much work into it beforehand..

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"fuji" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"And we're back so electron x is not super interesting because Amazon has either ruthlessly waited the list or the product offerings. So that you only see Amazon products because all of their top fifty is just different Amazon products. There is a single apple product, which I guess this is a new development that they're selling apple products at all. I think they're just starting to like combine forces of like, hey, great. So our shit on your rain meth website. Yeah. So not a whole lot. See there. There's a bunch of echoes dot and other things a lot of Fuji insects. Well, so camera photo is its own section, and it's just all Fujian stacks. Those little instinct camera polaroid cameras that are really fun at parties and leave you with a giant stack of pictures that you'll never look at again, unless you get some sort of display receptacle. So that. Would be my recommendation to anybody who is investing in some instincts is get like some sort of frame or I Brian your your business. Mad or the good people at polaroid right now. I mean, fifteen year drop off in interest led to the total devastation of a company that like was one of the last ones to employ people for their whole career. It was the sun sunset of aid economy. And now just during the Stelle some like, I'm sure the people who own insects are not this. But in my mind, they're like nineteen year olds on a one wheel. Just speeding. Hallway passing open conflict office. Polaroid? Noah's Fuji film. Its own company. Right. And I think I don't know if they make the cameras in, but they do make the film like the film only just came back because I think when right they shut down. Everyone's like, oh my God. There's not going to be Polaroid's crazy and to buy like, you know, kind of their doomsday supply of of Kodak film back. Maybe ten polaroid is actually at number nine like their color back. But there's like ten Fuji just rip off the polaroid ahead of it world. It is a cruel world. That's the first thing you need to know about capitalism. Yes. So get frames for your Fuji. Instead, let's move onto video games guys. This is I m like a person from Mars or an alien, faith, fun sports athlete. Sports athlete put one of those in your gift box. But I'm kind of coming at this from an outsider's perspective, you're explaining to me that because it seems like PS four and intendo Switzer dominating. And XBox is a little bit. This is we're looking at Amazon's, you know, sales because once you know, everyone is going to do sales on every conceivable video game product. I mean, the top thing is always like if you played PlayStation getting that PlayStation, plus twelve month membership always bought on black Friday because it's like usually like thirty bucks more or something when you donate twenty bucks more..

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"fuji" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Is a free update for capture. One pro users that are using eleven now, of course, the highlight of this was bringing the Fuji film g FX fifty s into the mix immediate format camera. But there's also a dozen Fuji film cameras in another half dozen lenses that were included in this new partnership as well, and among them was my humble, but truly loved Fujifilm x ten which I referred to earlier compact with the APS sensor, and I was dying to see how it's raw files. Dakota with capture one pro. 'cause I love the way capture one pro does raw, and I have to tell you. I was not disappointed, and if the other cameras to code as well as raw files from exit ten of Fujian film shooters, you are going to be very happy. If you're using capture one pro so I was just really pleased about this. I'm glad that phase one. Finally, you know, got it together and started working with Fuji film. Fuji film cameras are just terrific capture. When pro is terrific, and they just belong together. They really do. And now they are. And I think that capture one pros approach to decoding Fuji film, raw files is going to make a lot of Fujii photographers, happy, if you happen to be sown that uses a Fuji film camera in you're not satisfied with how you raw files are looking right now with whatever you're using to decode them I would consider looking at capture when pro now. Now because they have got it going on with Fuji film cameras, and I just wanted to put that out there. So that you knew about it because you deserve the have the best decoding possible. Your work..

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"fuji" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"No, I didn't even post it because I was just I was already writing the caption, and I just wanted to like 'cause I'm a hardcore Fuji film here we go. Yeah. So that's what I use a shoe, and I keep telling people I'm like, there's no better tool to capture a photo than a Fuji film camera. Oh, great. And I started like writing about like why what? And then ended up not posting it because I'm like that sounds kind of weird like I've never come out and said anything quite like that like for a regular post. I think I've dropped it on my stories and whatnot. And then so I I didn't do it. And then I just I look through. I think it was just the hashtag for the new camera that they just released and I seen some guy, and he his pictures were insane. And he didn't say anything like inflammatory or anything. I'm just like it just kind of really slowed me down. And I'm like, you know, I'm not gonna talk shit right now. And I was like why am I letting someone else's? Is thoughts bothered what I wanted to post because like I was fired up because only do it was like pitch black and this photo came out so good with like, no lie. The color looks amazing. Right. Your hands. Look awesome. No, I think not posting because someone else just had. No, no. Yeah. How many people listening right now done them? You know, they're writing something they delete it. Yeah. That sounds people the longer that it takes you to write something that usually happens more. And then you change the tone of stuff. Yeah. I think it depends on why like what's the reason for the post like if? If you're trying to convince other people, then there's no other. There's no other good way of doing it than to kinda come from their perspective. And if you're I don't want to give away all my all my good secrets here. But. If you're if you're trying to if you're trying to convince yourself of it, then you right, whatever the fuck you want, you know, like Fujii's the best like, this is this is always been my experience, and and this this shit rocks. And I don't care what some of these young kids got to say about these other cameras or whatever. However, if you're trying to teach and you're trying to like coach, and you're trying to be positive you could say, hey, man, if you're getting into film, like I think it's important for you to learn how to use a food you camera. And here's why I captured this shit. There's super low light like you could use the numbers and shit. Like, I don't even know I had that whole thing because I had the exact settings and everything that I used right? This'll be pretty sick because it's like really pumping up the candidates come from their perspective and say like,.

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"fuji" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Yeah, this is exactly what I need my Fuji, so. Right. Cool. All right, great. Food is probably the closest in my opinion. I'm not. I can't say I'm a camera expert, but I think Fuji of the major camera companies is the company that seems to me to be most taking seriously the world of computational photography. Maybe I'm biased because I have a Fuji x. One hundred s which is now a couple of years old. I'm sure the newest ones do even more, but it just seems to me like Fuji is doing more. More more confidently moving towards the world of computational photography. And whereas like canon and Nikon to me, still seem to be treating digital sensors as like it's like a thirty five millimeter strip film. I have. I guess I'm looking in the wrong spots than I needed. I need to do some more research on that because it, you know, I I by Fuji for the glass and for the, you know, for the look and feel of the camera and also the amazing image quality. I have not noticed much of the computational well, but I will have to do some reading on it now. I think compared compared to Google and apple, they're still light years behind. Yeah, it's just the, the motion this motion focused tracking is just mind blowing. Don't you see? Amazing. It's very cool. You can do it. You don't even have to be a person like like somebody at the hands on area last week, just did it like showed their watch and in like, moved their hand around the frame and has they moved the handwriting, the frame the little white square stays on the watch. It's really cool. I mean, and the best part of all this, it just seems intuitive like this is how photography should work, you know, ignoring all the technical constraints of the actual process of of using sensors to naked digital image like. Even the simplest thing of being able to zoom by pinching on the viewfinder screen on it. I phone like, yeah, of course. That's how a photo feature should work. So what else is Google doing there? They had a cool feature. I don't know how well this works. I mean, because they obviously knew they had like a pair of Nikes and point. I think it's a different mode. You put the camera in, but you put it like in ide- mode, show it show the Nikes. And then it immediately says, oh, these are the Nike air, max, whatever, whatever I have to, you know, I'm in bed pans arena. It doesn't listen to this, but. You know whatever model of Nike this is, you know, it tells you exactly what model it is and gives you options for where you could go buy them right now and stuff like that. I how widely that works with, you know, all brands of shoes and shirts and whatever else you might identify, who knows. But apparently it works great with like movie posters. So you pointed at a movie Ozora and tells you everything you want to know about that movie. It's it's a pretty cool feature. All right..

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"fuji" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on AP News

"Fuji Snooka and Fuji died in two thousand seventeen in two thousand sixteen respectively and were both diagnosed with after their death other plaintiffs of the dementia and other illnesses, but US district judge Vanessa Bryant said many of the claims were frivolous or filed after the statute of limitations expired, the WWE denied the lawsuits allegations the National Football League and National Hockey League were also sued by former players who suffered concussions and other head injuries. The NFL settled for a billion dollars while the suit against the NHL is pending. Marijuana museum is open in Las Vegas, and one of the displays includes a glass bond that's taller than a giraffe. It also has a hug Abol full marijuana, bud and a pool full of foam. We'd nuggets for people who want to celebrate all things cannabis the museum in Las Vegas. Downtown entertainment district is not the Smithsonian of marijuana. But it has some educational components recreational use of marijuana is legal in Nevada. But there's no smoking at the cannabis museum. It's still against the law to smoke weed in public but visitors can learn about the drug as they snap photos. The facilities founder says his goal is de stigmatizing marijuana use only adults twenty one and older will be allowed at cannabis the tourist designed to last up to an hour. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. The New York Times citing unnamed sources reports of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, the Justice department official who hired.

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"fuji" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on KSRO

"That i like i like the i like the adjective it's that camera okay so the canon and the fuji the canon the fuji and a panasonic looming l u m i x but if you had if you and i were sitting in the store together i probably would point towards the cannon power sharp mark too because it's light it has a length of the panasonic lens goes from twenty four to seventy two millimeters the cannon goes from twenty four to one twenty so for the same price you're going to give yourself a lot more flexibility when it comes to taking those great shots and then at the at the end of the day like i mentioned just upload everything you put everything in a shutter fly account google photos unlimited sometimes it would not she down on resolution but any type and then also with amazon prime if you have a prime account you'll have unlimited photo storage there too so you have a lot of options that you can explore between now and your trip gives you time to get the camera get yourself with how it's going to give it to your wife have her take ever take pictures of lake the grandchildren i mean she's gonna love to do that and i know that a lot of people are saying well i don't even know why you're telling them to carry a camera because he's got a decent camera with a smartphone well you can do that and a lot of people are of a good friend of mine anita she's now hiking the mont belong mountain and in france and in spain and in italy it's on all the borders she's just taking her iphone she wants to carry any bulky type stuff and you could do that you can get really great videos and you can get great photos but if you're an avid photographer new liked to take pictures it's hard to be hard to beat being able to just have that greek cameron holding right there in your hands fiona questions after just give me a call back i'm right here for your sir safe travels to you and your loved ones let's talk a little bit about your home because so many people are going to be traveling around and you wanna make sure that everywhere that you go you are safe and that's why i want you to look at simply safe because simply safe is the smarter home security system because a lot of folks are freaked out when they want to think about buying a home security system because i have been there two they knock on the doors and they give you the pitch and you're like okay i guess i need to buy everything and then they give you the hard closed and just a nightmare last year alone the better business bureau received more than five thousand complaints about.

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"fuji" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on KGO 810

"That i like i like the i like the adjective it's that camera okay so the canon and the fuji cannon the fuji and a panasonic loom ix l u m i x but if you had if you and i were sitting in the store together i probably would point towards the cannon power shot mark too because it's the light it has a length of the panasonic lens goes from twenty four to seventy two millimeters the cannon goes from twenty four to one twenty so for the same price you're going to give yourself a lot more flexibility when it comes to taking those great shots and then at the at the end of the day like i mentioned just upload everything you put everything shutter fly account google photos is unlimited sometimes it knocks you down resolution but any type and then also amazon prime if you have a prime account also have unlimited photo storage there too so you have a lot of options that you can explore between now and your trip gives you time to get the camera get yourself million with house gonna give it to your wife have her take ever take pictures of the grandchildren i mean she's gonna love to do that and i know that a lot of people are saying well i don't even know why you're telling them to carry a camera because he's got a decent camera with his smartphone will you can do that in a lot of people are a good friend of mine anita she's now hiking the mont blanc mountain and in france and in spain and in italy it's what's on all the borders she's just taking her iphone she want to carry any bulky type stuff and you could do that you can get really great videos and you can get great photos but if you're an avid photographer new liked to take pictures it's hard to be hard to beat being able to just have that greek cameron holding it right there in your hands fiona questions after just give me a call back i'm right here for your sir and safe travels to you and your loved ones let's talk a little bit about your home because so many people are going to be traveling around and you wanna make sure that everywhere that you go you are safe and that's why i want you to look at simplisafe because simply safe is the smarter home security system because a lot of folks are freaked out when they wanna think about buying a home security system because i have been there two they knock on the doors and they give you the pitch and you're like okay i guess i need to buy everything and then they give you the hard close and just nightmare the last year alone the better business bureau received more than five thousand complaints about alarm companies in fact home security is one of the most complained about industry the answer is simply safe simplisafe got rid of the contract the hidden fees the very things that generate the most complaints at.

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"fuji" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

Wall Street Business Network AM 760

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"Because he is at that point then talking with fuji about a potential deal he's gone to japan right he is sat with another colorful figure who runs food fuji they've hatched this whole this whole scheme to extend he sees as potentially a lifeline for him i think it's it's reasonable to assume that he saw this as some sort of a reprieve if he could get a good deal then he could maybe keep his job now what the lawsuit that was brought by mr diesen strongly argues is that basically it jacobson it no longer mattered whether it was a good dealer a bad deal they're just had to be a deal and so in effect he went over to fuji's team and basically started negotiating on their behalf to get a deal that they would like rather than a deal that would make sense for shareholders it's crazy as jacobson had a deal from food that actually wasn't too bad right and he said well let me consider let me think about it he kinda just tell at the very beginning of this process you had fuji offering an all cash deal with a pretty nice premium and you know this is a preliminary kind of sallow but still it's something that i think yeah the problem is and this is another one of these kind of weird plot twists is that shortly after that deal starts getting talked about this enormous accounting scandal comes to light at at fuji xerox which is a joint venture between the two companies that effectively run by fuji film and it's it's a kind of a you know there's all sorts of you know numbers being made up stuff being pulled forward people paying themselves ridiculous commissions so it ends up being this the top executives at this joint venture to step down it ends up being you know several hundred million dollars of a write down and so fuji film base is like we can't be talking about some big deal while we're cleaning up this mess you don't even know how much it's gonna cost us is identified it costs xerox too because they're in this joint venture so basically they say hold on but at this point jacobson has been told both by the board and by carl icahn that his job is in jeopardy and that he needs to get a deal so then he.

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"fuji" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Greetings from podcast ville the church or what's happened now is brought to you by fuji sports listen if you're looking for g shin guards mui type pads fucking mouthpiece a helmet 'cause you can't take it no more four g sports dot com is where you get they deliver right the owls like i said fuji's been around enjoy a model has been around so that means forever and that guaranteed the geeze i get pulled on i got cut yesterday lee was there fucking giza tremendous go to sports dot com impress church bam and get ten percent off the liberty house if you work that you need supplements so you might as well go to on and get the fuck and party started start with alphabrain that don't get you listen to our brains a fucking edible a cup of coffee in the morning your fucking wizard you look into the future and the standing you have you get fucking messages from north korea you know when the bomb is coming that's what the brain does and if a don't work it's one hundred percent money back guarantee on dot com impress in church babb and get ten percent off the liberty house it's ten percent daytoday kick that fucked amelie all shit oh shit are you fucking kidding me or what may twenty third now church of what's happening now day more than bad ten days to be day shit.

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"fuji" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast

"And disappointment this has caused please download it and update your camera and quote all right i know it's not four dot oh it's not even four dot o which i say lot oh is not a number it's a letter but old habits die hard and i don't wanna change i'm too old for that nonsense besides it's a lot funnier that it's four dot o than four zero zero listen they can't all be gems but at least i try so give me that anyhow i have no idea how this stuff doesn't get caught right before they post the firmware surely they must have a group of users with guinea pigs status who could bang on it a little bit you know i would sign up for that that's just fine as long as i've got a path back good so why don't they do that you know these firmware updates shouldn't be made public intil their sound and otherwise you've got this embarrassing nonsense to deal with and me making four oh jokes that could have all been avoided but nope now you've heard me say in the past how great the j pegs are the x t to and they are they're wonderful and other fuji film bodies for that matter but i still choose the shoot raw actually when i shoot the xt to i often shoot raw plus pag because i wanna compare them and they're still awesome every darn time i don't know why i do it but i do now for those that just shoot raw well this flawed update would be a problem for them you see some people reported having issues converting raw files both in camera or while using the fujifilm x ra studio program well others had a completely different issue and what i'm talking about is the annoyance of flickering while pressing the shutter button halfway down in certain conditions not all and in rare cases the x t to just hang altogether and become frustratingly unusable that's not what you want as a company you don't want people to be upset when they take the camera out of their bag press the button and bad things happen that's not what.

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"fuji" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Greetings from podcast ville church of what's happened now is brought to you by fuji sports listen if i'm rolling dealing thing i wear is fuji geese that's it and the fucked in rash guards i love him the food you a tougher than that like i said i'm down to eighty five when i'm in somebody's closed gone tugging on my fucking collar they've tugged down into geeze i've had before ripped fuji all they get his fingerprints that said that motherfucking rip so if you're a big dude a five six eight four you're looking for a great gay go over the food you sports dot com take a look at that great selection weather with just the purple won the lightweight purple one that's like ninety nine bucks to the separate oh which is the one i wear i love it one thirty nine or something like that it's tremendous it's lighter than how i got giza before you just got tired putting the thing on way fifty pounds this is light cough dependable door able it's the way to go if you're a big guy now down a five and i'm gonna soon be in a four and i'll still be in a food you whether it's an element a seiko or separate oh gate that my favorite they got matt's they got rash guards they got shane guards they got everything but anyway go to fuji sports dot com right now press and church and get ten percent off delivered to your house you help us out here number two you know us it would take him supplements i'm taking on it salami was just hearing i gave him a shrimp tech now for brain he lives off that shit he loves it why because it works when a product says to you if it doesn't work we'll give you money back and we don't even want the product back you know you working with something that's out for brand i go on my little six weeks cycles of alphabrain i have a great time listen talk is cheap right go go on dot com right now go to supplements if you see something you like the protein shake it's not the imports anymore it's mexican chocolate i know that it's fucking delicious get the protein schaffel anyway got onto dot com impress in church bam.

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"fuji" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"Oh no way you looked at mount fuji and climate yeah yeah you had mount fuji japanese restaurant for dinner well interesting that's great i love to travel man i'd love to get some of those places that sounds like a lot of fun do you follow any interesting workout routines in the off season i know that aaron donald has gotten a lot of claim here in the last few weeks because he gives all of his friends these knives and then it just lets them attack him all day and that's supposedly how he's become such a great defensive linemen and i was wondering if you do anything similar or if you had any interesting offseason routines could share with us you know my daughter comes at me with spoons from breakfast when i live with my wife nothing extreme is you know even the videos where i've you know whether the blade be siphoned that lots of coming out of alarm no better that but we talk about you know the ability to be and the you know i have to live what you live what you do you know i'm always playing around with my older brother like own you know rollers claiming hand games each other just in terms of dealing progression but yeah nothing that crazy nothing that absurd i was that it was really funny because you see these guys in the offseason you know aaron with his knives and everything and you know it's it's a classic nfl thing he's got like a buddy who's a trainer who's like hey why don't we try you know i'm gonna stab you then trying to knock my hands away and this will make you better and you start doing it for a while and you're like whatever but you're such a great player like you're in donald is that he's got all these guys watching them and they're all thinking wow that's the secret to be a great player like as if his talent and his work ethic and like football things had nothing to do with it was this ridiculous knife drill that he put on twitter one time right say what about.

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"fuji" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"The gems like the club's tell me the sham bag you can hear experienced yourself you're seeing all of our you're talking yeah job one thing gang member this is this garbage lauryn hill in the fuji say to them this is why clubs john ever hear that guy he's now then i don't want to hear it anymore so good he's gotta goes through have you ever heard of say one time to remember here that keep saying no but you teeth for some reason i had to oh i i know the one the occurred white clubs john and lauryn hill people are perfect gentleman that's the strip plum nice you've heard that iraq what the sun you want me you can have all gone nick yeah down your go like in the chest rest no through all up i must remember announced now accounts it's about your ten so i never heard of we want to say i'd have several times one well 'cause we're into the music yeah i didn't know who we talk and really ended zone and he had to hear this stuff napa this is one of those things that he's going to say later pows just kidding my lower and i love the fight you're never shirk downs and i've never heard of you'll have the sugar says fuji's i i had never heard of boji featuring lauryn hill in what yeah good stop i clip what junk bond no john no no no not junk dejount no no junk no it is yet another vice jumped back by plant now you at a german it's why club my job that's what i can i keep them why commercial that's what i keep saying that this other that's where i never heard of of the soviet ever hear this far on your any laws soldier press gridlock roster so they covered bob marley simple though you here marley said from what the mall bay that's wild pools like a caches claim right nick criminals are you are you muttering what's that first that was one of the debate i don't know how to say it any clearer than that while seventy one five three none of the missiles occasion of mikkeli their lives thank you good man but that even mean lauryn hill song the and i am never her i do not know who these people are they get older and get your segment of annoyed lauryn hill and.

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"fuji" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fuji" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fire festival at mount fuji no it's not that sense destiny whereas j two manson in it's one of those nonsense japanese feel that life unless you climb fuji lease once allow wiseman if you climb once you're a fool if you do have more than once who are we thank you peter getting some wonderful uh memory sheeran of travel and thoughts about where people would love to travel catherine rights though and these exile how does one over come the fear of losing control over their environment and circumstances ragged travel why i i think what people have been saying all all the way through this program today is that people in general friendly friendly and that's unites it's it's it's wise to be careful but things can go wrong on your own front door i have to go across the other side of the world for things not work out and a comment from done who says in the 80s i did tourism consulting for the state of oregon we advocated the idea of wealthy tourism working to create jobs income and tax revenue without jeopardising the local quality of life this meant promoting and sharing places like local museum historic spots well protecting local favorites like fishing aas mongla willamette this can work in the scott places but not knowing destinations like hawaii here and that you are on the air fire burst of i just wanna pay i came back from a trip becker bannon i highly recommend it the people are only very colorful airing charmed the architectural here trai uh really phenomenal in terms of understanding uh the whole history uh central asia and also the soviet union imprint on the central stance my question uh is uh with the increasing political situation uh in china uh in western china rescinded young my on my bucket lift is how always been.

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