My X site
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    My X site

    by GeoffM » Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:46 pm

    I have just started an new website dedicated to images taken with the Fuji X system. I'm not good at all that blog stuff so we shall see how it goes!

    The site name is a bit corny :lol:

    http://xtographer.weebly.com/index.html
    Fuji | X-Pro1 | XE-1 | XT-1 | XF14 | XF23 | XF27 | XF35 | XF56 | XF60 | XF10-24 | XF18-55 | XF55-200 | MCEX-11

    http://gmarshall.zenfolio.com
    http://xtographer.weebly.com
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    Re: My X site

    by Eden » Mon Jul 08, 2013 11:03 pm

    Great stuff Geoff

    I love that you have broken it into lenses for viewing as it provides a great comparison of lenses and uses

    Im impressed with the fuji x system and feel it or something similar might be bought before the full frame is purchased, maybe !

    great web page !

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    Re: My X site

    by Doug » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:41 am

    The site presents your work very nicely.
    The categories by lens works for me, with an eclectic mix in each set.

    I can see the appeal in the camera, you produce some beautiful images with it, some I had not seen before.

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