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Fujifilm works for Raw Processing of X-Trans CMOS | Fujifilm

Fujifilm works for Raw Processing of X-Trans CMOS | Fujifilm | Fuji X System | Scoop.it


FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) announced that Fujifilm and Adobe Systems Incorporated have been working together to improve image processing of X-Trans and EXR-Sensor based raw captures. X-Trans CMOS has a new type of sensor filter array developed by Fujifilm to improve image quality. The release of Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 4.4 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.4 today offers significant improvements in the processing of X-Trans raw files for the X100S, X20, X-Pro1 and X-E1, resulting in better Moire reduction and enhanced performance in color reproduction. "We worked closely with Fujifilm to increase the quality of image processing of X-Trans and EXR-Sensor based raw captures," said Tom Hogarty, group product manager, Adobe. "Lightroom 4.4 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.4 demonstrate the results of this cooperation and provide remarkable improvements in the raw file rendering." Lightroom is the essential digital photography workflow solution, helping amateur and professional photographers quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase all their images within one application. The Photoshop Camera Raw plug-in provides fast and easy access to raw image formats produced by many leading digital cameras.


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I am just updating LR to 4.4 to see if Adobe has finally got it.

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Streets of Habana (Havanna) (part one of two)

Streets of Habana (Havanna) (part one of two) | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
cuba photo trip to Havanna, Tinidad and Vinales People old cars and buildings
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TCL-X100 Review from a Working Pro

TCL-X100 Review from a Working Pro | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
A working review of the Fuji TCL-X100 Tele Converter lens for the Fujifilm X100 and X100S by Wedding Photographer Kevin Mullins
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oguzhansuer's photo on Instagram (#x100s #blackandwhite #istanbul #architectural #fujifilmx #xserisi http://t.co/jeSgOPPV1Q)
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The Streets of San Francisco

The Streets of San Francisco | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
From Haight & Ashbury to Chinatown to North Beach, I truly enjoyed doing street photography in San Francisco last weekend. It was a family vacation, not a photography trip. Although I had my Fu...
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Pimping my Fuji X-Pro1 ~ X-Signature Skin

Pimping my Fuji X-Pro1 ~ X-Signature Skin | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
I had my X-Pro1 pimped with the new Fujifilm X-Signature range of skins. It looks pretty cool and feels great in the hand.
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Nordic Beauty workshop shot with Fuji X-T1 with 56mm, 35mm and 23mm lenses | Creative and business resources for photographers - ProPhotoNut

Nordic Beauty workshop shot with Fuji X-T1 with 56mm, 35mm and 23mm lenses | Creative and business resources for photographers - ProPhotoNut | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
1. Our location for the two Nordic Beauty workshops was an old farmhouse set on a small hill overlooking a Viking burial mound and a lake 100 miles long.
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Fujifilm X-T1 review

Fujifilm X-T1 review | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
It’s 10AM on a Sunday in Barcelona. I’m in a small, poorly lit room with about 30 other journalists where Samsung is planning to show us its next big thing. My body is fighting off jet lag and...
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Reading

Reading | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
I know that you´ve seen this shot before. I noticed on the last one that it was not edited one hundred percent as I liked it. It may only seem like some minor tweaks to you or maybe you can´t see anything else. I can see the change myself. The lights and shadows have been enhanced a little better. That is the reason I deleted the first shot and am uploading it again. I do hope you don´t mind. Oh, and if you want to do something good for me then you can vote for my photograph on Tallenge. goo.gl/Ez9CFh
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A shot taken in Beijing. Feel free to follow the link. On the flickr site you can follow the link to my tallenge contest contribution.
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Mir wurde gesagt, ich muss einen Post zum Vergleich Fuji X-T1 und Fuji X-E2 schreiben

Mir wurde gesagt, ich muss einen Post zum Vergleich Fuji X-T1 und Fuji X-E2 schreiben | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
Na wenn mich schon so viele so nett drum bitten dann schreibe ich ein paar Zeilen zu den beiden Kameras im Vergleich. Hatte ich zwar eigentlich nicht vor, aber Euer Wunsch... und so, ihr kennt das ...
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NY with Fuji X Pro1 By Pieter Vermeulen | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS

NY with Fuji X Pro1 By Pieter Vermeulen | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
NY with Fuji X Pro1 By Pieter Vermeulen Hi Steve, Long time reader from The Netherlands here, and I wanted to share some pictures. After years of
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The Popup Flash: A Pro Tool?

The Popup Flash: A Pro Tool? | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
I came close to titling this post as “Pro Sho – Who says?” I have read so many Facebook posts, blog posts and Twitter tweets about what a “pro-camera” should have on it that I am ready to scream. A...
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Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df | What Digital Camera

Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df | What Digital Camera | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
Fujifilm X-T1 vs Nikon Df - Both the Fujifilm X-T1 and the Nikon Df hark back to 35mm film SLRs in terms of design and handling, but do they meet the requirements of today's digital photographer? And if so, which does it best?
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Berlin with the X-Pro1 - Part One

Berlin with the X-Pro1 - Part One | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
I'd never been to Berlin before, but I'd seen a few films set there.
Forefront in my mind was 'Wings of Desire', Wim Wender's atmospheric tale
of an angel (literally) falling for a trapeze artist in 1980's Berlin. It
stars Bruno Ganz, Nick Cave and Columbo and it's all shot in the most
gorgeous black and white.

And that's how I thought I was going to shoot Berlin. I mean, this is
surely a monochrome city, right? Battle scarred buildings, grim brutalist
Eastern-bloc architecture, lowering skies, great concrete walls - one
amazing oppressive movie set. That's how my mind imagined it.

Turns out I'm an idiot. Berlin is tremendously colourful. I arrived on the
train from Schoenfeld airport greeted by some beautiful magic hour light. I
figured, "What the hell, let's capture a little colour at least," and set
the camera to Pro-Neg Hi colour film simulation. I never left that setting.
Whenever I confronted a crumbling ruin of a building, a concrete monolith
of a towerblock, it always seemed painted in lovely warm light and splashed
with the most vibrant graffiti. 'Poor but sexy' indeed and as splashed with
colour as a heaping of ketchuppy Currywurst.

With a friend kindly providing crash space and guided tours, for six days I
pounded the streets with the X-Pro1 and the 18mm and 35mm lenses. As ever
the 18mm saw more action. I became entranced by Berlin's transit system.
Each tube and overland station had its own distinct character. The train
and tram lines wove together in the most elegant way. It was a wonderfully
rational system humanised by a occasional grungy, knockabout visual appeal.
Lots of yellows, reds and the omnipresent tags and stickers and scrawls
upon any flat surface going.

I'm ashamed to say that I went to very few museums. I was just addicted to
the street photography. Berlin has a really comfortable, non-judgemental
feel. The people are friendly and the city lets you move at your own pace.
It's far less hectic and maddening than London and there's greater
tolerance towards the strange and the grungy. But you can see the rising
battle between gentrification, the Berlin Wall being a pale shadow of its
past and the renowned artist-squat gallery building Tacheles bought out and
boarded up by developers.

I flew back with enough photos to fill two blog entries. So here's the
first. I processed them all in Lightroom 5 using JPEG's created in camera
and a new filmic preset I created to try and get an alternating Bruce
Davisdson / Stephen Shore feel. I hope you enjoy and if you haven't been to
Berlin, you really owe it to yourself to go there.

We open with the rather nice Eastern-bloc apartment and base of operations
owned by my good friend Pimpin' Paulie. (Name may be fictitious...)

As ever, click images to embiggen...

I'd originally purchased the X-Pro1 due to it having an optical viewfinder,
which few cameras its size possess. However, I have found myself swayed to
the evil side of things with the EVF, which allows you to pre-visualise a
shot. Net result being far more crunchy blacks and much more shadow-play.
It really is a boon in helping you think about how light falls in a scene,
as well as composition.

Coming from a city without any tube or tram action going on, I became
rather giddy at the prospect of shooting street around the many Berlin
stations on offer. Combine that with a very reasonably priced five day
unlimited travel ticket within the city limits and it probably comes as no
surprise that a good chunk of my photography that holiday was done by
hopping on and off trains...

Honestly, it was all I could do not to hum Kraftwerk's 'Trans-Europe
Express' as I tootled around. By the way, for definitive subway photographs
check out Bruce Davidson's book, um, 'Subway'. In bringing you his
photographs he got mugged in the line of duty.

And now back on the streets. Berlin savvy folk may be able to instantly
clock my movements from these photographs, and will find the bulk of these
photos to have been taken in the West. The East, an entirely different
visual prospect, will appear in the follow up. Let's dive back onto the
surface level with a photograph of a sinister clone duo...

A little to the North of the Museum Island, near the Hackeschen Markt
station, you can find an odd mix of the gentrified arty scene and the slum
dilapidated bohemian counter-culture crash pads. Currently with the demise
of Tacheles it looks as if the gentry are winning...

There was a girl blowing bubbles near the station, she was very good. We
got to talking and I did an impromptu photo session with her. And then
proceeded to leave behind a recently bought bag of books as I ran for the
train. B'oh!

And then it was off to Checkpoint Charlie for obligatory Cold War
tourist-cheese snaps. Disappointingly there were no men walking around with
rolled up copies of the Financial times exchaging black briefcases with
significant nods.

We end this first part with three of my favourite images from the trip, the
last being, perhaps fittingly, a sunset. Next update we'll take in some
grungy East German bohemia and a rich slice of night-shooting. Thank you
for stopping by, and stay classy photo-fans!


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EYES WIDE OPEN - First Thoughts on the XF 10-24 F4 R OIS

In the past I shot with zooms but my main arsenal is now prime lenses. I believe that not only do primes offer superior quality (with a few exceptions) and portability, but most importantly they al...
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Fujifilm X-E2 review: A camera worthy of Rs 1 lakh tag - The Times of India

Fujifilm X-E2 review: A camera worthy of Rs 1 lakh tag - The Times of India | Fuji X System | Scoop.it
Before we take a detailed look at Fujifilm X-E2, let’s talk about its price. A camera that costs Rs 1,09,999 with the kit lens (18-55mm) is an expensive preposition for almost all mainstream consumers.
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