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Mt. Fuji from the air. Image on sale via Getty here: www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/mount-fuji-royalty-free-...
All scanned with Nikon LS-2000 film scanner. Direct scans, normal settings, etc.
It was a rainy day in November last year and I got distracted with using vintage camera gear. This is the third shot of these pears on that day - first was shot with an old Canon 10D DSLR + Sigma 28mm f1.8, then a vintage Canon T80 film camera (world's first autofocus SLR camera), then this shot taken with a vintage Canon AE-1 Program camera with expired Fuji 160 ASA Portra film. I like this shot the best of the three - very grainy and shallow DoF thanks to the 55mm f1.2 lens (one of my all time favourite lenses!).
View of Mt. Fuji seen from this village is known as “Oshino Fuji” named after Oshino Village. My stay in Japan was limited but I was lucky to have one sunny day to capture the juxtaposition of the traditional village scene and the majesty of Mt. Fuji.
Fuji X-T2 + XF 10-24/4 R OIS + Nisi V5 Pro + CPL + Nisi Natural Night Filter + Nisi IR ND8
Venice / transfer of Fuji negative on vellum paper.
Mt.Fuji, Lake Motosu
The sight of Lake Motosu could be enjoyed clearly.
Fuji-kawaguchikomachi, Yamanashi pref, Japan
Fuji XT-1, MHG-XT L Grip, XF27mm f/2.8 Lens, Gordy Wrist Strap dark brown with black wrapping cord
A terribly cold night's sleep at 3100m resulted in a brilliant morning viewing of Fuji San.
Mount Fuji is like this time zone that emerges in the sky become a silhouette.
Mt. FUJI is the most famous and tallest mountain in Japan. It is an altitude of 3,776 meters.
Photoed through the window of airplane, BOEING 777-200 (JAL) bound for Osaka from Tokyo.
Testing my new Fuji XE2, don't no yet what to think about it.
But the good thing is the portability of this combo, against the others that I own.
Mount Fuji greeting the sunrise.
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Star trails were created by stacking 444 15sec exposures. The foreground (=Fuji) was taken at dawn from the exact same positon. They were blended manually in CS6. I boosted the colors in post processing but they are indeed actual star trails. Click here to visit my Facebook Page.