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  • The best Black & White plug-in for Lightroom and Photoshop just became free! — MoreThanWords.be
    https t co mbgq8FcuHM about 2 days ago RT stillmation Terrifically good looking phishing mail supposedly from KBC BE today to update bank card Be careful out there boys and girls about 2 days ago The best Black White plug in for Lightroom and Photoshop just became free March 25 2016 in Nik Software In this eBook about Dynamic Range I talk about HDR Efex Pro and I also explain a cool technique on how to use a Black White plug in like Silver Efex Pro 2 to enhance the dynamic range of my colour images If you ve followed me online or read some of my eBooks like Pushing Light it probably does not come as a surprise that I m a big fan of the Nik plug ins Years ago you had to pony up some 500 to get the entire suite but after Google purchased Nik about four years ago they slashed the price down to 149 An absolute bargain True apart from Analog Efex Pro an interesting plug in that lets you simulate old school film processes Google did not really update any of the other plug ins There were only compatibility fixes when new OS updates came out It seemed that Google had mainly purchased Nik for Snapseed which is a great and free iOS and Android mobile editing app The best Nik plug ins are the creative ones Viveza Silver Efex Color Efex HDR Efex and Analog Efex Yesterday Google announced that the Nik Collection would follow the same pricing path as its mobile sibling Yes you ve read that right the once so expensive Nik Collection is now entirely free You can start downloading it right now through this link Obviously this probably means that we don t have to expect new features any time soon but you know what The existing features actually work pretty well In fact even though it s been over 5 years since Silver Efex Pro 2 came out I still consider it to be the best Black White plug in on the planet Period Silver Efex Pro in action The unique feature about Nik that you find in all of the plug ins is the fact that you can quickly and easily make local edits without having to create complex masks the amazing patented U Point Technology does the job for you If you happen to speak Dutch you can sign up for a 2 week free trial to Photofacts Academy my Dutch Photography Training website I ve got a 4 hour course on Nik Software including some very cool tips and special techniques If you don t the links below will take you to some of my English Nik tutorials You might enjoy these other Nik related blogposts Mar 25 2016 Nik Software English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Mar 25 2016 Nik Software English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment The best Black White plug in for Lightroom and Photoshop just became free Mar

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  • Custom Graduated Filters in Color Efex Pro 4 — MoreThanWords.be
    a bit stronger in my opinion as it works automatically or should I say automagically iframe data provider name YouTube Color Efex Pro is part of the Nik Collection by Google a Lightroom and Photoshop set of plug ins that contains 6 other plugins as well You might also like Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review David Duchemin s After The Camera Lightroom video tutorial Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment And the winner is Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 9 2015 Lightroom Lightroom 6 Ontmaskerd Piet Van den Eynde Comment Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Kies je cover Lightroom lover Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Dec 3 2015 Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde 585 Comments Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review Western Digital My Passport Ultra 3TB Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Nov 8 2015 Reviews Lightroom Western Digital Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Fading Lightroom presets with The Fader Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 22 2015 Lightroom Lightroom English Piet Van den Eynde 1 Comment Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Wat is er nieuw in en wat is er verdwenen uit Lightroom 6 2 Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Oct 5 2015 Lightroom Nederlands Piet Van den Eynde 9 Comments Oct

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  • Two months with the X-Pro 2: my 10 favourite features (part 1) — MoreThanWords.be
    the ISO The first couple of times you ll probably inadvertently change the shutter speed itself too but once you get used to it it works very well While turning the wheel you can see the value adjust in the viewfinder So no need to take your eye off the viewfinder Now in honesty I liked the old system with the top function button too but this system has the advantage that you can also see at a glance what ISO the camera is set to And I do like this implementation more than that of the X T1 While we re still talking about dials the Exposure Compensation dial now has a 3 to 3 range and even a Custom setting that allows you to go from 5 to 5 another use for the new Front Command Dial And finally another big one in the ergonomics department a built in diopter adjustment with the same range as the X T1 That s right no more messing around with little screw in adjustment lenses that you re bound to loose sooner or later 2 24 Megapixel X Trans CMOS III Sensor Same APS C sensor size but 50 percent more pixels Image Fujifilm Corporation Although I ve printed images from my 16 MP X T1 as large as 30 x 60 cm 12 x 24 inch and I could easily print even larger I welcome more pixels any time provided they offer me the same or even higher image quality The X Pro 2 has got 50 percent more of them So you can either print prints that are 50 percent larger in terms of surface i e 22 percent longer and 22 percent taller or you can crop 1 3 of your image away and still keep the same amount of pixels as the X Pro 1 or the X T1 Another nice advantage is that you can experiment some more with alternative crops like 16 9 or square while still retaining enough pixels to print relatively big Especially with the best quality lenses like the 16 55 and the 50 140 the increased resolution actually shows in the image Those two lenses really are perfect companions for the new sensor I have really come to appreciate the 16 55 Sure it s a bit big and heavier than its prime siblings but boy what a sharp and versatile lens If you re an event or press photographer it s hard not to be impressed by its sharpness Model Stéphanie Image processed with my Lightroom Colorific Colour Grading presets 3 Faster AF more focus points and more phase detection pixels As you might know cameras use two techniques to achieve autofocus phase detection and contrast detection The first is faster the latter is more accurate As of the X T1 Fujifilm has started to combine these two techniques by incorporating phase detection pixels in the sensor The X Pro 2 increases both the total number of focus points available and the number of phase detection pixels By default there s 77 points including 49 phase detection pixels but you can increase this to a whopping 273 points including 169 phase detection pixels Just be prepared to use that new joystick controller a lot Regardless of the number of focus points what I really appreciate on mirrorless cameras in general and those by Fuji in particular is that you have focus points all over the frame If you like to frame your subject off center that s a very handy feature to have With a DSLR you ll be forced to focus and recompose but if you re shooting with a shallow depth of field that can lead to images that are out of focus And how many focus points would you like today Sir I don t think I ll be using the 273 focus points layout a lot but I do like the fact that there are more phase detection pixels you can recognise them by their slightly larger size in the grid I really cannot count the times I have sworn at my DSLR for not giving me a focus point where I needed it With 273 points to choose from that s no longer necessary Of course the same AF enhancements that were introduced with the X T1 s 4 0 firmware upgrade such as wide tracking AF and zone AF are also present I just haven t used them much as most of my subjects are pretty stationary and if they aren t like the dancers I shoot I prefer to pre focus manually It s a matter of habit and preference 4 Improved viewfinder Take the hybrid viewfinder of the X 100T add the resolution of the viewfinder of the X T1 and turbocharge the framerate to 85 frames per second and you have the recipe for the X Pro 2 s viewfinder It s really as state of the art as it gets The front lever lets you switch between EVF and OVF and also between OVF modes themselves simple OVF or OVF with the little EVF screen in the bottom right corner that was introduced with the X100T This little screen in the screen can be set to three possible zoom levels when you re in manual focus The Hybrid Viewfinder combines the best of both worlds especially since you can overlay a little LCD panel that for accurate framing or manual focus checking options choose from 100 2 5 x en 6 x The first is 100 percent view which basically gives you a mini view of the entire scene in your OVF ideal for combining the precision of the EVF with the bright viewfinder of the OVF The second is 2 5 times enlarged and the third is 6 times enlarged Pressing the rear command dial you knew that the rear command dial can be depressed also on the X T1 didn t you cycles through these magnification levels Combine

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  • 10 reasons why I love my Fujifilm X100T — MoreThanWords.be
    the X100T a lot in my flash photography more on that in point 9 and instead of being limited to just one focal length I now have three somewhat different ones 5 The hybrid viewfinder is great for street photography The Hybrid Viewfinder combines the best of both worlds Electronic and Optical You just switch between the one that meets your needs best at any given point in time Image Fujifilm Although I use the EVF most of the time it s great to have an Optical Viewfinder as well especially for street photography I like to use the OVF on two occasions first when it s so bright and contrasty outside that I have a hard time seeing the EVF it s rare but it happens but more importantly when I am staking out a location and I m waiting for a subject to enter the frame The framelines in the OVF don t cover the entire area In other words you can see people entering the viewfinder before they enter the actual frame This makes it much easier to anticipate the decisive moment 6 It s light and compact I still use the old X100 case but the latest edition has a latch that lets you access the battery and SD card compartment Image Fujifilm Although not a featherweight the X100T is certainly light enough to carry around all day Even when I add a flash a flash trigger and an umbrella I can still manage to keep my total gear kit under 2 pounds Back in my Fullframe DSLR days that would have meant a camera body and a body cap not even a lens I generally carry it around in its leather case Unfortunately when you use the optional lens hood the case doesn t close anymore In that case you can still use the bottom half of the case though 7 The joys of an Electronic Viewfinder Whether it s the effect of a square crop or a special film simulation the Electronic Viewfinder shows you what you re going to get not what you think you re going to get When you first switch to mirrorless one of the harder things to adjust to is no longer having an optical viewfinder Well in the case of the X100T you actually still have one but as mentioned earlier I only use it on specific occasions For the rest of the time I happily use the EVF Electronic ViewFinder and I have grown so used to it that I actually miss having one on those rare instances when I still pick up a DSLR I ll do a separate blog post on the advantages of an EVF but suffice to say for now that I like the fact that the EVF shows me the image that I will wind up with rather than the image I think I will wind up with I also love the instant feedback and the fact that I no longer have to chimp Instead I see the image I just created in my EVF free from the glare of the sun Finally I love the fact that I can set up different aspect ratios or film simulations I love Classic Chrome and Black White and that I can preview exactly how a specific aspect ratio or film look would work In other words having an EVF helps me with my composition And as I shoot RAW JPG I still record the full colour sensor data anyway 8 It has built in WIFI The X100T has built in WIFI which is great for three things first of all you can send images to your phone to process them or put them online Secondly you can print directly from the X100T to Fujifilm s Instax Share Printer I always have that little printer with me it s great to give people a thank you picture and it s even better for opening up photo opportunities Thirdly I can control the camera from the Fujifilm Remote App on phone which makes it easier for shooting in situations where you would not dare to raise this camera let alone a big bulky DSLR to your eye I just let the camera hang from my neck and control it from my phone Bystanders probably think I m just texting someone 9 It gives me up to 1 2 000th second flash sync speed Because the X100T uses a leaf shutter I can sync flashes up to 1 2 000th of a second This means that if I choose my settings wisely I can do the same with one speedlight for example the Godox Ving V850 I reviewed here as with eight speedlights on a regular DSLR or an X T1 for that matter So imagine what I can do with an actual 600 Ws portable battery powered big flash like the Jinbei HD 600 that I reviewed here Getting more juice out of any flash is one advantage of that fast sync speed but another consequence can be even more important at that shutter speed I can actually freeze motion when I mix ambient light with flash This feature is so important that I ll dedicate a separate blog post to it Shot in the freezing cold Last frame before the battery died FUJIFILM X 100T 1 500 sec f 8 ISO 200 10 It just looks great Period I know it shouldn t matter but it does This camera just looks great My mother who otherwise isn t interested at all in photography saw me with it one day and actually enquired about it She hasn t done that with any of the other cameras I ve ever brought with me The camera s look is even functional in a way because I firmly believe it changes your interaction with whoever s in front of the camera and as a result it changes your pictures too for the better One of my workshop attendants recently

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  • Honoured, humbled, frightened and excited: 2 months with the X-Pro 2 — MoreThanWords.be
    with new cameras As a Lightroom user author and trainer I eat RAW files for breakfast Although I love the quality of Fuji s out of camera JPEG files they re probably the best in the whole camera industry I prefer to shoot at least RAW JPEG for the added postprocessing leeway that RAW files give me Partly that s for creative reasons as I like to edit my images quite elaborately but partly it s also to cover up for the underexposure mistakes I sometimes make while shooting When you know your way around Lightroom you run the risk of becoming a sloppy photographer because you know the tricks to cover your ass after the shoot Just like David DuChemin I firmly believe in Vision Driven Postprocessing I always try to maximise the mood in my images to make them convey what I felt at capture time As you can see from the behind the scenes shot this image was actually taken during the day but I thought the loneliness I felt from shooting from the top level of a parking lot would be better expressed by a dusky postprocessing I used one of my Colorific Colour Grading presets Old X Pro 1 shoots new X Pro 2 This is what the scene really looked like The dusky atmosphere was added in post I was surprised to see that even a JPEG could survive this much postproduction so that s very promising for the RAW files For that reason I chose to shoot with the Standard Profile rather than with Classic Chrome which I normally prefer that film simulation blocks the shadows and without the fallback option of a raw file I preferred to keep my options open The X Pro 2 also has a new Black White film simulation and a new grain feature but I did not test that for the same reason In this blog post I will list my top 10 favourite features of this incredible new camera To conclude this post I was amazed with the quality of the JPEG files and the flexibility they still offered in terms of further processing It almost made me wish Fuji would offer an option to save images as 16 bit TIFFs you would get the benefit of near raw like editing options along with the beautiful out of camera film simulations So these were the four images I submitted to Fujifilm I m as curious as you to know which one they picked for the 5 Year X anniversary exhibition I hope they picked at least one And even if they haven t I still had a hell of a time shooting For me the X Pro 2 is already a fantastic camera it made me get up from my couch and go shoot Isn t that what all good cameras should do This location an abandoned cooling tower had been on my to do list for quite some time But writing books magazine articles creating

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  • 2 months with the X-Pro 2: my 10 favourite features (part 2) — MoreThanWords.be
    shots with 2 EV I would still love some more options like shooting 5 or 7 frames but it s already a big step up If you want to go beyond what s currently possible I recommend you do as I do put the camera on a tripod and use the Exposure Compensation function on the Camera Remote App this lets you make up to 7 bracketed shots 1 stop apart without touching the camera 9 An improved menu Image Fujifilm Corporation I already like Fujifilm s menus more than most of the other brands out there but they have made the menu even better it s more legible and there s also a MyMenu which lets you assign up to 16 items for quick acess So between this MyMenu the customizable Quick Menu and the function buttons there really is no shortage of options of having this camera do what you want it to do as fast as possible On thing that did not improve is formatting the card It takes way too many button presses Luckily there appears to be a shortcut which I learned about over at Kevin Mullins excellent review If you re thinking about using the X Pro 2 as a wedding camera read his review and then start saving Oh the shortcut you ask Press the delete key for a couple of seconds and then click on the back command dial 10 3 Power Management Modes Let s be honest Battery life isn t the best feature of the Fujifilm cameras But let s also be honest in that the batteries the X Pro 2 uses the same as the X T1 X Pro 1 and X T10 are very lightweight and compact so adding a couple to your bag won t break your back I think Fuji did well in maintaining the same battery However what they did is offer three power management modes Economy Standard and High Performance As you might guess autofocus speed and EVF refresh rates increase as you switch from the first to the latter but battery life decreases from 330 shots over 250 to 220 I just use High Performance and I pack a couple of spare batteries I guess I ll only use Economy when I see I m popping in my last spare Oh and even in Economy the camera is still a Ferrari compared to the original X Pro 1 So as greater minds have already said Everyting is relative So that s it for this highly subjective top 10 As some of these are firmware related there s some hope that they might trickle down to other cameras too This is what the new interface looks like Again evolution not revolution but it looks and reads better than before There are loads of smaller refinements such as this one you might know there s a digital depth of field scale that you can overlay in the EVF and OVF Only it did not match up with the one found on lenses like the 14 16 and 23 Because the lenses DOF scale was film based with a larger Circle of Confusion in other words larger tolerance whereas the digital scale was pixel based You can now set the digital scale to film based as well If I were a street photographer I d love this feature There are other features such as the new black and white ACROS film simulation and the new grain engine which look nice But as I explained in this blog post as long as there is no Raw conversion software that can actually read the raw files of this camera I set my film simulation to something very neutral as the JPEGs are currently the only thing I can work with Setting a black and white film simulation would mean I currently cannot work on the image in colour and I want to keep my options open If you have any questions I ll be happy to try and address them in the comments Don t forget to switch off the light What about the Tilt Screen Yeah what about it There isn t one as you probably know by now For me it s not a deal breaker Sure enough if the X Pro 2 had one I would welcome it but not if it came at the expense of a bigger bulkier body Between the dual card slot and a tilt screen I ll take the dual card slot any time Also don t forget that you ll be able to wirelessly control the camera with the smartphone App That s even better than a tilt screen in some cases What could be improved Some testers have reported the Exposure Compensation wheel is too loose It did not feel loose on my sample What I would like is that Fujifilm offer the option of saving 16 bit TIFF files to card I feel that Lightroom still isn t squeezing everything out of the RAW files and this would be a nice addition especially for people who shoot rather slow and deliberate like me Alternatively I wish that Fujifilm would release a simple RAW to 16 bit TIFF conversion software Basically a desktop version of the in camera RAW converter that would allow batch processing And no I don t mean Silkypix that awfully complex raw converter that ships with the camera Another thing I would like is to see on the accessory list is a Long Eyecup like the X T1 This helps to block the sunlight and gives more contrast in the viewfinder which is especially helpful on sunny days Finally I would really love to have some more highlight clipping information in the EVF and OVF we can already program a gazillion warnings in the viewfinder but the one I would like to see is a Lightroom style highlight shadow clipping warning showing the actual areas that are clipped Sure there s the live histogram

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    especially if you re already more advanced and you know what all the buttons do of the Lightroom cockpit do but you feel like no one ever told you where to fly the bloody plane to you will learn a lot from this video series After the Camera is very reasonably priced at 40 VAT in Europe and until January 13 there s a 25 percent discount On top of that you also get David duChemin s Lightroom own presets a 10 value as a bonus After The Camera is available here at Craft Vision com Still not entirely convinced Watch the trailer below RELATED BLOG POSTS Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Review David Duchemin s After The Camera Lightroom video tutorial Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den Eynde Comment Jan 12 2016 Lightroom Reviews English Piet Van den 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few camera companies that have created such a fantastic camera eco system in such a short time My switch from a fullframe DSLR was a gradual one I started with the X Pro 1 in 2012 It was the appeal of having a lightweight unobtrusive camera for my travels that won me over Or as my colleague and Fujifilm X Photographer Matt Brandon says I came for the size i stayed for the quality Yet it took some adjusting I love two things flash and wide angle and neither were very developed at the start of the X series the widest lens was an 18 mm 27 mm in fullframe terms and being used to 16 or even 14 mm on my fullframe DSLRs 27 mm felt like I was looking through a telescope However in four years Fujifilm have developed a lens line up that is very complete at least for my needs If I were a Nikon or Canon crop DSLR shooter I guess I d be very jealous of the available lenses There s everything from super wide angle over fast zooms and primes to telephoto And rumour has it that the long awaited 100 400 mm super telephoto will also be announced in the coming weeks My favorite lenses currently are the 10 24 f 4 and the 56 f 1 2 although recently I ve been very impressed with the sharpness of the 16 55 too In fact so much that I only use the already excellent 10 24 in the 10 16 range and then I switch it out for the 16 55 I came for the Size I stayed for the Quality Matt Brandon Flash photography on the X system But I digress I wanted to talk about flash it s no secret that flash is the probably the least developed part of the Fujifilm X series That s not completely by lack of want from Fujifilm s part Apparently Fujifilm were going to develop a wireless TTL system in collaboration with German manufacturer Metz but that plan either got tanked or at least postponed due to the latter s bad financial situation Luckily things are improving For example the X Pro 2 is rumoured to have a sync speed of 1 250th instead of 1 180th of a second on the X T1 That makes any flash about 30 percent more powerful at least when working at the sync speed Fujifilm and TTL flash So it s not like you can t do flash with a Fuji There are just less TTL whistles and HSS bells All of the X series cameras have a hotshoe and there are a couple of TTL flashes available such as the EF 42 or my personal favourite the Nissin i40 a review of which will follow shortly The EF 42 might be the most powerful one the i40 is the most fun to use and also the most balanced in terms of size and weight at least when you want to use it on camera These flashes will work both in manual and in TTL but the latter only on camera If you want to use off camera flash up to now you are limited to using manual flashes and triggers For manual use I recommend the Godox V850 and the FT16s trigger reviewed here or the Cactus RF60 and V6 trigger If I need more power for example when I want to overpower the sun in sunny India in the middle of the day I turn to my big bazooka the Jinbei HD600 II a review of which you can read here A holiday snapshot with kids never sitting still TTL is a handy feature to have In this case I used the Lastolite Trifold collapsible umbrella It folds down so small you have no excuse not to have one in your camera bag All these off camera flash options work well but they are manual only Although I have no problem working in manual and sometimes even prefer it there are times when having TTL remote control of my flash would be great Especially for those instances where you have to work fast and or when your subject is moving around in the frame like my 2 5 year old son likes to do Manual flash is a pain when the flash to subject distance changes a lot because of that damn inverse square law I can safely say that my toddler is responsible for my renewed interest in off camera TTL flash photography When I m on holidays and I want to take a family snap I always have the Nissin i40 with me TTL is great to have because my mind does not have to think as hard After all it s on holidays too TTL with a cable Up to now there was only one workaround to do off camera TTL flash with a Fuji camera and that was to use oddly enough a Canon flash sync cable Yes a cable How very hipster retro For example in this shoot of Dutch supermodel Rosalinde Kirkstra I used a 10 meter Phottix OC E3 flash cable The downside of this is that it s not exactly practical but it works If the prospect of cloning out 10 meter of flash cable from some of your shots does not particularly entice you please read on At 1 1000th of a second the tiny Nissin i40 becomes as powerful as a couple of regular speedlights In this case I used a 10 meter Phottix OC E3 TTL cable but wireless triggering is so much handier The modifier I used for this shoot is the fantastic SMDV 70 cm Speedbox RoboSHOOT to the rescue Then I heard about a new company Serene Automation that were developing TTL flash triggers for Fujifilm cameras I contacted them and they were kind enough to send me a pre production review sample of their top of the line triggers the RX 20 receiver and the MX 20 trigger And they work like a charm Below I ve listed five reasons why if you re even remotely interested in using flash on your Fujifilm X cameras you should seriously consider these triggers The MX 20 Trigger Unit The RX 20 Receiver Unit 1 RoboSHOOT triggers allow TTL flash off camera straight out of the box This shot of Frannie and Brecht was made with the tiny but very capable Nissin i40 for Fujifilm and the SMDV 70 cm Speedbox And of course the RoboSHOOT RX 20 and MX 20 I set one of the custom function buttons on the X100T to Flash Exposure Compensation I also used Fuji s wide angle converter For many people this reason alone should be enough to order a set You attach the receiver to a Fujifilm compatible flash like the EF 42 or the i40 and put the trigger on your camera enable the flash on the camera and you re good to go If it does not work it s generally because you ve either set your camera to Silent Mode or you re in one of the settings that disables the flash hotshoe This happens for example when you re in Continuous shooting mode Fujifilm has already said they would come out with a firmware that allows flashes and therefore also triggers on the hotshoe to fire while shooting in Continuous mode In fact the recent 4 20 X T1 firmware update was supposed to install that but it got withdrawn because of a bug I also recommend that when installing the trigger you make sure the little safety pin on the trigger aligns nicely with the corresponding hole in the hotshoe before you tighten the wheel on the trigger The SMDV Speedbox 70 is one of my favourite modifiers for use with small flashes It has a nice quality of light and it sets up and folds down in seconds I got mine from the friendly people at www foto morgen de It s a German website but they sprechen English too Contrary to the cable solution I described above which limits you to only using one off camera flash the RoboSHOOT X system lets you work with multiple flashes off camera There s four different groups you can assing flashes to you just need an equal number of receivers A smartphone App iOS and Android then lets you set TTL flash compensation more on that later Most of the time I only use one remote flash though In those instances I find it easier and faster to change the flash exposure compensation on the camera Here s a quick tip you can either set the Flash Exposure Compensation FEC as one of the items in your Quick menu or faster still you can assign a function button to FEC to do so simply press and hold the function button of your choice for a couple of seconds and then choose FEC from the list of available options It works like a charm 2 The MX 20 RX 20 combo does TTL with Nikon compatible flashes Let me say that again this system allows you to use specific Nikon flashes with your Fujifilm cameras Off camera In TTL I don t know how John founder of Serene Automation pulled this one off but he did This is great news for 2 reasons first of all quite a number of Fujifilm users either have switched from Nikon or they use Fuji gear in addition to their Nikon cameras In both cases chances are that they have already lying an SB 900 around This shot of lovely Stéphanie was lit at 1 2000th of a second at f 7 1 with a single Nikon SB 900 speedlight I again used the SMDV 70 cm Speedbox which I not only love for its lighting characteristics but also because it s a breeze to set up and take down Below is the current compatibility table As more people will use these triggers with different kinds of third party flashes the list will probably grow For example I have successfully tried the triggers with Phottix excellent Mitros for Nikon Others have reported them to work with the Metz 52 AF 1 and the Yongnuo 568 EX Compatibility table of Fujifilm and Nikon flashes I ve personally tested the Nissin i40 and the Nikon SB 900 But there s a second reason why this is such a big deal Even when you don t have Nikon flashes lying around you might actually consider picking one up or buying a used one because as great as the Nissin i40 is it s nowhere near as powerful as an SB 900 or an SB 910 Especially when you re working outside or with a diffuser you ll quickly reach the limits of the i40 Unless you re using it on the X100T which brings me seamlessly to the next advantage 3 The triggers support the high sync speed of the X100T One current disadvantage of the Fujifilm flash system is that there is no High Speed Sync HSS you re stuck both on and off camera to whatever sync speed your camera has In the case of the X T1 that s only 1 180th of a second As HSS support is a combination of camera flash and trigger I currently cannot say whether the Roboshoot triggers will support High Speed Sync if when it comes out But having gotten to know the CEO a little I would not be surprised However Fujifilm have a bit of an odd one out with the X100T this camera uses a leaf shutter which allows for a regular sync speed of up to 1 2000th of a second In fact this sync speed is so fast that you can freeze motion or overpower the sun with a simple speedlight At those sync speeds the trigger sometimes becomes the limiting factor as some triggers electronics simply aren t fast enough to take advantage of that high sync speed The Roboshoot triggers are I have succesfully used them on my X100T with shutter speeds of up to 1 2000th of a second At these shutter speeds the tiny i40 can almost overpower daylight and a Nikon SB900 becomes as powerful as the four times heavier Jinbei The RoboSHOOT triggers are designed to work with all Fujfilm X cameras They have been tested with the X T1 X Pro 1 and X100T Personally I use them the most with my X100T as you can see from the EXIF info in the images I m also looking forward to trying them out with a more powerful TTL flash like the Godox Witstro II I ll report back on that as soon as I can 4 Manual and TTL multi flash control from a dedicated App Using a free Android and iOS App you have full control over up to four groups You can set Flash Exposure Compensation and mix and match manual and TTL groups As you can see from the pictures the MX 20 does not have power controls on the unit itself Instead when you want to use a flash in Manual mode or want to work with more than one flash in TTL and change relative FEC you can use the free RoboSHOOT X App This App lets you do the following turn groups on or off without having to use the actual buttons on the receivers mix and match TTL and Manual control set relative FEC compensation e g Group 1 1 FEC Group 2 2 FEC set FEC lock set manual power levels from 1 1 all the way down to 1 512 The App can do a lot more that I haven t tested but it s really complete without being complex Still while having smartphone control over your flashes is great in a studio for outdoor work I would still prefer to be able to control power levels FEC and groups from the transmitter itself I would really like to see Serene Automation develop a clip on group controller much like Pocketwizard did with the AC 3 zone controller so the phone can stay in my pocket during the shoot In fact I already pitched the idea This image of Stéphanie was shot at 1 2000th of a second a feature made possible by the X100T s leaf shutter and the RoboSHOOT triggers Not all radio triggers support these high sync speeds If you have an X100T and you like flash the RoboSHOOT triggers are a no brainer I used a Nikon SB 900 and a Nissin i40 Main light was shot through the SMDV 70 Speedbox 5 Other advanced features If these features alone weren t enough to startle your interest there s a couple of advanced features that I did not even use or try because I simply did not need them you can use TTL lock create up to four profiles that you can call up by pushing a button on the transmitter specify delays and so on The profiles can store advanced things like flash zoom setting allowing you some extra pop from your flash by zooming it remotely Wedding photographers will also appreciate the fact that there s a TTL passthrough hotshoe on the MX 20 trigger unit so you can put an on camera fill flash on top of the trigger It s actually even more than a simple passthrough as it is also part of the group system that can be controlled from the App Like I said advanced features Conclusion Although Serene Automation also produce a more basic trigger receiver combo the MX 15 RX 15 I would recommend getting the more powerful and versatile MX 20 RX 20 combo The product page on the website gives you more info on the differences and specifications of the units If you re only interested in manual off camera flash the MX 20 and RX 20 flash triggers are probably overcomplete and there are simpler and cheaper options available like the ones mentioned above However if you want to be able to use TTL off camera and or if you have an X100T and or if you still have some Nikon SB 900 s or SB910 s lying around then these triggers are almost a must buy At 380 for a set they aren t cheap but bear in mind that flash photography on Fujifilm is somewhat of a niche market and most importantly they re currently your only option anyway So considering the fact that Serene Automation basically has a monopoly right now on this kind of trigger and considering the relatively small market the R D that must have gone into it and the advanced features I think they re actually reasonably priced You can order them directly from Serene Automation If you live in Belgium or Holland or elesewhere in Europe and want to avoid potential hassle with customs and VAT you ll be pleased to know there s an importer for the Benelux VDH Photo They will be able to tell you which camera shops will retail these units What I liked They re the first and only TTL off camera flash triggers that currently exist for Fujifilm cameras Let you use selected Nikon and Nikon compatible flashes in TTL with your Fujifilm camera Advanced feature set MX 20 RX 20 Free iOS and Android App Super fast sync speed ideal for X100T users Support for rear second curtain sync haven t tried it myself but I know a lot of people want this Continuous shooting introduced in the faulty and now revoked 4 20 X T1 update will be supported once Fuji re releases the updated firmware What could be improved Manual power control of individual flashes or groups of flashes and FEC of groups of flashes only via App A hardware option would be great Price but in fairness these are Serene Automation s top of the line triggers The RX 15 MX 15 bundle is about 30 percent cheaper The RX 15 does not let you use Nikon speedlights in TTL and the MX 15 does not work with the App Like the look of these images Flash is a big part of it but there s also the toning and styling that is done in postproduction all images were postprocessed using my Lightroom Colorific Presets pack You can learn more about these presets here If you re new to off camera flash my Making Light and 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literally and figuratively I know his work from some of the covers of the Dutch photo magazine Focus Although they re very realistically composited I d rather call them Surreal Compositions A look at his portfolio will tell you why Watching one of Adrian s composites is like watching a show by a really good magician you know it s not real but you can t put your finger on the trick I was lucky to receive a review copy So here is my review Almost 5 hours in 11 chapters In this download only production which is broken up into 11 chapters you get to see and follow along with a full composite from shoot to finish That s already a big difference with some of the other tutorials out there who simply start with the Photoshop process As it turns out the way you plan your shoot and your lights in your shoot is essential to make your compositing project work The final composite don t be intimidated by the height of the layer stack everything is built up in easy to follow steps Image Adrian Sommeling Another difference with some of the other training material available is that Adrian chose a more complex shoot including flying chickens with lots of challenges That partly explains the length of this DVD On the other hand it also means you can really learn a lot and after following this DVD to the end you should definitely be able to create a realistic composite of your own especially if you re smart enough not to make your first one as complex as this one Shooting your subjects and masking them A chicken with an expensive taste in lighting equipment Image Adrian Sommeling So the first chapters are all about the shoot Then Adrian will teach you how to mask your subjects to extract them from the studio background and put them into their new surrounding I was surprised to see he only uses the Quick Selection tool And I picked up a brilliant tip on how to use it that s probably worth half of the DVD s price Now that I know that tip I can understand why Adrian only uses this tool You might be surprised but cutting out your subjects from the studio background is actually the simplest part of creating a realistic composite Image Adrian Sommeling I learnt a trick about the Quick Selection tool that by itself is worth half of the price of the DVD It s all about the shadows You might think that cutting out the individual elements is the most difficult part of the procedure but it is not That award goes to the tedious process of creating realistic shadows Have you ever wondered why most composites and compositing tutorials only work with portraits from the waist up That s because it s really difficult to create realistic shadows And this is exactly what the biggest part of this DVD is about Adrian gives us a little theory about shadows I love his simple yet informative slides and then he explains how to make contact shadows and ambient shadows Adrian s explanation on the types of shadows their importance and how to recreate them from scratch is simply the best I ve seen in any compositing tutorial He really makes you see your composite in three dimensions there s the shadows that the sun casts on the elements in your composite but there s also the shadows that the elements in your composite cast upon each other Here again I was surprised to see how he manually paints his shadows and then refines them with a layer mask The closer a shadow is to its origin the harder its contour will be and Adrian teaches you exactly how to simulate that All the elements placed into the scene Without shadows it definitely looks fake Image Adrian Sommeling After adding the different shadows not only the long shadows caused by the sun but also the contact shadows and the shadows that the elements of the scene cast upon each other Image Adrian Sommeling Getting the 3D look One thing that is really typical for Adrian s work is a very threedimensional feel the elements seem to leap off your screen He does that partly with his lighting partly with his choice of lens mostly wide angle and viewpoint close to the ground and finally partly with his postprocessing Adrian shows you how he uses relatively simple dodge and burn techniques to make his subjects stand out better Finishing touches The final chapters are dedicated to finishing touches such as replacing the sky making tonal corrections adding some Color Efex Pro one of my own favourite plug ins and adding motion blur A nice personal touch is that Adrian uses his son in a lot of his composites I can only imagine the kick the young boy must get out of seeing himself in these super composites Source files included The DVD comes with all the source files so you can try to mask them yourself and then put them together My own boy is two and a half years old He s still too impatient to model for me and that probably and luckily gives me a year or two to work on my composites In the mean time I ll rewatch Adrian s DVD a couple of times Conclusion As you might have guessed by now I can really recommend 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