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  • […] Better yet, imagine what YOU could do with this camera. Read my initial review of the X-T1 and see the main specs here. Also, check out this more recent post of X-T1 image examples that includes links to full size versions of each image. […]

  • […] Check out this post, of Fujifilm X-T1 sample images and see more photos shot with the XF 14mm lens. […]

  • […] meantime, read my first look review of the X-T1 and see a list of the main specs here, check out this post which features 12 full size, full resolution X-T1 images, or preorder the camera at B&H Photo, Adorama or Amazon. It’s slated to ship on March […]

  • […] [UPDATE: A look at the X-T1 image quality, with full size example images by Dan Bailey here] […]

  • […] By now, I’m getting pretty familiar with the new Fujifilm X-T1,having shot well over a thousand frames with it in a variety of conditions over in Iceland and back here in Alaska. I’ll continue to do more extensive reviews of this awesome new camera so that by the time it’s released on March 7, you’ll have a solid understanding of how it performs and what to expect, should you decide that to add it to your arsenal. The other day, I put up a detailed look at how well the X-T1 autofocus system actually tracks moving subjects. If you shoot action, sports or like the idea of continuous AF tracking at 8 fps, you’ll want to see this post! Today we’ll take a look at the X-T1 image quality……  […]

  • […] By now, I’m getting pretty familiar with the new Fujifilm X-T1, having shot well over a thousand frames with it in a variety of conditions over in Iceland and back here in Alaska.I’ll continue to do more extensive reviews of this awesome new camera so that by the time it’s released on March 7, you’ll have a solid understanding of how it performs and what to expect, should you decide that to add it to your arsenal.The other day, I put up a detailed look at how well the X-T1 autofocus system actually tracks moving subjects. If you shoot action, sports or like the idea of continuous AF tracking at 8 fps, you’ll want to see this post! Today we’ll take a look at the X-T1 image quality.  […]

  • […] Dan Bailey's Adventure Photography Blog – Exploring the World of Outdoor Photography with Tips, News, Imagery and Insight  […]

  • […] Also, I wrote a piece last week that shows you 12 full size image files from the X-T1. If you haven’t checked out this post yet, click here and you’l be able to zoom in and inspect a number of different images at full resol…. […]

  • […] Dan BaileyI love how the files look, and combined with all the new features, it’s really a solid performer. […]

  • […] Basalt columns on the south coast of Iceland. Shot in b/w mode on the new Fuji X-T1 and XF 14mm f/2.8 lens. Daniel H. Bailey's Adventure Photography Blog -Exploring the world of […]

  • […] abuse that Fuji had in mind when they designed this camera. Since returning from Iceland, where I shot a variety of landscapes and action photos with the X-T1, I’ve photographed dog sledding, winter snow bike racing, landscapes, aerial photos, the […]

  • […] love the different film simulations that Fuji built into these cameras, they allow you to experiment with different looks depending on what kinds of subjects you’re shooting. Lately, my favorite is the ProNeg Standard, which emulates the slightly lower contrast and soft […]

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    Terry Bourk

    I have read you new book “Behind the Landscape.” I could not “put it down” meaning that I kept at it because each photo you presented/analyzed was interesting and informative. I am trying to develop an eye for composition (both the scene and the light).

    Thank you! The examples you present and the suggestions are very helpful. Purple Mountains, McKinley River and Wonder Lake are fascinating.


    Roger Sinclair

    You have done it again! Another triumph.

    Your generosity to share, the clarity of thought and concise explanation thereof is brilliant. Perhaps I should also mention the beautiful photos and the talent necessary to produce them.

    Thank you, Dan.