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· 29.September.2015

It is finally time for the next portion of some great imagery submitted by YOU, FujiLove readers! Thank you so much for countless submissions. Today I would like to present five photographs that recently caught my eye.

Here they are, in no particular order. Enjoy and get inspired. Go out yourself, take some great photographs and submit your best image using this form.

“Smooth Sea” by Jorn Straten
X-Pro1 + XF 35mm f/1.4


“The Beauty of a woman and my love to the sea.”

“Mono Lake Sunset” by Stephen Scharf
X-T1 + XF 18-55


“This image was taken in October, 2014 at the South Tufa of Mono Lake in the Eastern Sierra of California. I was there with a lot of photographers who were wating for a nice sunset. Unfortunately, it
appeared that there would not be a good sunset; the contrast went flat, no color, and all the photographers packed up and left. I stayed, knowing that sometimes you get additional color after it
appears it has initially gone. My patience paid off as i got beautiful color on the tufa and clouds over the lake.”

Photo by Christoph Meier
X-T1 + XF 14mm


A young bull coming back from Barguzin river after having had a snack. Seen in Ust-Barguzin, Russia.

“Greenbrier, Smoky Mountains” by Eric Jason Brock
X-T1 + XF 10-24mm, B+W Circular Polarizer


“Last year for my annual trek to the Smokies, I decided to only take my Fuji X gear – leaving the heavy DSLR equipment at home was great. The whole experience of using the smaller, lighter Fuji gear was
fantastic. I didn’t miss any of the equipment I left behind, and it was this week of shooting that confirmed for me that the X gear could replace the bigger, heavier gear. Scrambling around the rocks to get this view of the Little Pigeon River was definitely easier with a backpack full of my Fuji gear instead of DSLR gear!”

“View from my window” by Per Gudnitz


“The S100 was my first digital camera, so I was in for a steep learning curve. It is one of my first pictures and was taken on a summer day with low sun about 7 years ago. It is from London where I still live.”