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15 February 2019

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Kirk Decker, In Between Storms, Antarctica, a Canon mismatch and the Fujifilm XF +50-140mm f2.8 zoom.

  • Mike Johnston provides a nice introduction to the work of Kirk Decker. Lovely stuff.
  • We're In Between Storms here and Derrick Story paints just that picture using a Fujifilm XF10 Raw file processed in Capture One Pro 12 and finished with Luminar 3.
  • And if it isn't cold enough for you, Alan Taylor has 24 Images From Antarctica. Which will save you the trip.
  • In The Strange Canon Mismatch, Thom Hogan points out that the entry-level RF has a selection of mainly L lenses (the high end) to choose from. "L lenses and non-L bodies doesn't seem right," he writes.
  • After 250 shots, Kirk Tuck evaluates his Fujifilm XF 50-140mm f2.8 Zoom Lens, a 76-213mm 35mm equivalent. He finds "the lens to be every bit the equal of similar types of lenses I've owned for Sony, Canon and Nikon systems."

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