Get More Performance Out of Your X-Trans Sensor with This Free Software

In my previous article on the difficulty FujiFilm’s X-Trans sensor has preserving fine color detail, I used the free software Darktable to process the RAW examples. I showed how, specifically in terms of color detail, Darktable was able to do a better job than FujiFilm’s own processing. (I also...

Meanings of G.A.S. in photography in 2017

Hello, photography lovers! We already are at the beginning of a new year, so new things should be said, new information should be gathered and new plans should already be in place, to start well in our photographic endeavors. Each new year is a perfect...

Interview with photographer Stefan Neagu

During the winter holidays I have finally met a fellow photographer from my hometown, Onesti, Romania, who uses Fujifilm cameras for his work and passion. Onesti is a small town, but one of the most important references to this city is that here, Nadia Comaneci...

Fuji X-T20 Leaked Specification

Finally Fuji X-T20 is coming along with X100F and Fuji Medium Format Mirrorless camera GFX 50S. According to the recent leaks the camera doesn’t have Joystick or 4K as we have seen in the X-T2 camera. So, buy cutting these features Fuji will secure...

Iridient X-Transformer 1.0 beta 1 Tested

Iridient developer is considered by many to be key to X-Trans image quality excellence (Fujifilm X-T2, X-Pro2, X-T1, X-T10, etc….). It is known for providing additional sharpness and avoiding the “worm/water color” effect that some people see when processing their RAW files in Lightroom. So,...

What I expect from Fujifilm X100F

There is something outstanding and unique about the Fujifilm X100 series. The first X100, originally announced in September 2010, was launched in March 2011 and started what I could call "the revolution". It was the beginning of a new era for Fujifilm and the opening...

X-Trans, Bayer, and Film

There has been a lot of discussion about X-Trans and Bayer Sensor layouts since the introduction of X-Trans by Fujifilm in 2012, but it is also worth noting where Fujifilm got its inspiration: Film. I recently read Dan Bailey’s analysis of why X-Trans looks so film-like on the Fujifilm...