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Russell Watkins

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  1. As I suspected, she's a shape-changing lizard. Or something.
  2. Guardian Online GP Image Lynne mentioned ​Photo fusion Picture Library Nature Picture Library Pierre Brumder (same article as above) Tom Till (same article as above) Hemis (same article as above) BlueOrangeStudio (same article as above) REDA & Co srl (same article as above) EDIT: Steve beat me to it.
  3. Guardian Online Marco Ledda (I think it's a crop of this shot) Ian G Dagnall (same article as above) B O'Kane (letterbox crop :: same article as above) Image Source Nature Wanderer
  4. British Medical Journal #8010 ​Peter Scholey :: p6 Editorial on GP services (cropped and partially cloned) David J Green - Lifestyle :: p8 Editorial on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (cropped) Norma Jean Gargasz :: BMJ Careers p6 :: article on medical training/education
  5. Guardian Online Transport for London Phil Wills (same article) Marcin Rogozinski (same article) Ikon Images
  6. That price is without VAT/sales tax which is applied at checkout according to your country of residence.
  7. What Mark said. Also, an image not requiring a release opens up the possibility of RF licensing in Manage Images.
  8. Guardian Online xPACIFICA (heavily cropped) Cultura RM D Hurst (credited directly in Guardian Online ref post above)
  9. Guardian Online Ian Masterton (heavily cropped) David R Frazier (same article as above) Don Smith Peter Barritt John Bowling Artur Marciniec Givaga
  10. British Medical Journal May 23 #8009 p3 :: Trinity Mirror/MirrorPix :: Piece on Prince Charles and regulation of herbal "medicine" British Medical Journal May 9 #8007 Tino Soriano/National Geographic Image Collection :: p18 :: Discussion on surgical training (heavy crop)
  11. Guardian Online LatitudeStock Photo Researchers (cropped to face only) Photo Researchers; as above MixPix (same article)
  12. Guardian Online Paul Williams Peter Treanor age fotostock ​Photofusion Picture Library
  13. Fuji makes a wide angle adapter (28mm FF equivalent) and a tele adapter (50mm FF equivalent) that can be attached to the fixed lens of the X100, X100S and X100T. Maximum aperture stays the same at f/2 and apparently, there is no loss of IQ when using the adapters. I have the wide angle converter and it is very good. There is a very slight loss of IQ, but images still get through QC with no problem. Only downside is fitting it if you use the Fuji filter/lens hood adapter. Lot of fiddling about taking one off to fit the other. Actually a small price to pay for the quality probably :0) I don't have either adapter (although I'm tempted, regularly and frequently). Don't you also have to dive into the menus to toggle the adapter option on and off?
  14. Fuji makes a wide angle adapter (28mm FF equivalent) and a tele adapter (50mm FF equivalent) that can be attached to the fixed lens of the X100, X100S and X100T. Maximum aperture stays the same at f/2 and apparently, there is no loss of IQ when using the adapters.
  15. Allan, when this lens was first announced, I hoped it would be a macro, also. But it was shortly revealed on the Fuji-X forum that it would not be. There is a macro announced, I can't remember the length, but more than 100mm. So one is coming, but it will be awhile before it ships. The macro and the 100-400 will be on my list, for sure. Look at thr roadmap. Betty The macro will be 120mm. For now, as well as the 60mm, Fuji also produce a couple of extension tubes so you can shoot macro with a few lenses in their existing range. You lose infinity focus then though.
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