A First Look at Picktorial 3.0 for Fuji Shooters

It seems like only a short time ago that your choices for RAW conversion software, especially for Fuji shooters was somewhat limited. Now there seems to be a new release every month, and it’s great that there is a wealth of choice out there now....

Improving on Fuji’s Colors

Fujifilm, originally a film company, have noteworthy and highly respected X series of cameras, which are beloved by photo enthusiasts. The out of camera JPEGs are so nice that many people, including myself, shoot them only in JPEG, eschewing RAW. That was the case when...

One Fujifilm Xtrans file, two RAW converters. Adobe Lightroom vs Macphun Luminar? Macphun Luminar? How do the two stack up? I shoot Fujifilm cameras for a few years and Adobe Lightroom is my RAW converter of choice. Granted, it has never been too kind to...

Sharpening Fujifilm RAW Files Without Worms

In my review of the Fujifilm X-T2 I remarked that the files were extremely sharp, while commenters pointed out that if you zoom in closely, there were worm looking artifacts and blotchy areas, especially in foliage. I failed to adequately examine the files at more...

QUICK SHOT: Fuji X-Pro 2 By Axel Friberg

Previously, I have only used Lightroom to edit my pictures. However, inspired by an F-stoppers video with Elia Locardi on Youtube, I tested out a new workflow to bring out more colors from the RAW file. Basically, the workflow looked like this: ...