02 Apr Software Recommendations for Fuji Processing in 2019

Source: Thomas Fitzgerald Photography

I’ve covered this topic a few times before on the blog, but as there have been lots of changes recently, I figured it would be time for an update. First I will go through the more popular software, and offer my opinion on each as to how it pertains to Fuji processing. Then I will discuss my current workflow.

Before I get started I have to do a couple of disclaimers, based on the “feedback” I’ve gotten in the past. I know this may seem silly, but I’m just heading off the inevitable criticism that I get every time I do one of these. First, these are my opinions and are subjective based on my experience. Not everyone has the same requirements and needs when it comes to software. You may have different opinions, and that’s fine. What may be a deal breaker for me may be fine for you.

Secondly, I’m only covering software that I use or have tested. I’m not going to cover every conceivable pice of software available as I don’t have the time and this post would be insanely long. Finally, I’m using a mac, because that’s what I have. Some of this may be mac focussed or mac only. This is not an attempt to discriminate against PC users, but it’s just what I have access to….

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