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  1. Fujifilm | Pearltrees
    April 14, 2016 @ 3:21 pm

    […] License Agreement Please read this Agreement carefully before downloading this upgraded version software ("FIRMWARE"). Article 1. FIRMWARE is the upgraded version of software that FUJIFILM Corporation. Article 2. Article 3. You shall not, or shall not have any third party, reverse-engineer, decompile, or disassemble FIRMWARE. How to edit and apply ‘sharpen’ to pictures from Fuji X-T1 in the Lightroom – FUJI X PASSION. […]

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  2. Mark Griffiths
    April 14, 2016 @ 5:27 pm

    Great article and I agree with the Google Nik software does have some really good advantages. Is there a way to sync the Nik adjustments over multiple images like you can with the built in tools?

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    • Elliot Stern
      May 2, 2016 @ 11:40 am

      good question

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    • Mauricio Reis
      May 2, 2016 @ 11:53 am

      Sincerely, I think it’s not possible.

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  3. How to edit and apply ‘sharpen’ to ...
    April 15, 2016 @ 7:59 am

    […] I must be Lightroom user since I was born. Or since the first teeth started to appear. Or perhaps since 2007-2008. At first, the interface seemed strange, it was too complicated.  […]

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  4. How to edit and apply ‘sharpen’ to ...
    April 15, 2016 @ 7:40 pm

    […] I must be Lightroom user since I was born. Or since the first teeth started to appear. Or perhaps since 2007-2008. At first, the interface seemed strange, it was too complicated. But I didn’t…  […]

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  5. How to edit and apply ‘sharpen’ to ...
    April 18, 2016 @ 1:16 pm

    […] At the end of 2015 I gave the step I had been thinking to a few months ago: try the X system from Fuji. I bought the X-T1 and the 18-55mm and 55-200mm lens. I think that ,for whatever reason do not adapt to the system, it will be easier to sell this material in the kit form. With the 5D MK III and all Canon equipment leaning against a corner, I spent three weeks trying the new acquisition. And there was a new girl in the neighborhood. I felt in love with the X-T1 so that I did not hesitate in acquiring the 14mm and 35mm f/2. The Canon stuff? Sold in the twinkling of an eye, without looking back… or almost, because for some hours I was undecided if kept with it or not. Today I don’t miss anything. Really! But lets go ahead… For almost nine years I acquired a way to work with the LR that pleased me. My workflow was relatively simple and had no secrets. Usually, the last thing I did was to apply the sharp in the image before exporting. And this process never went wrong. But, however, it comes the first time I import the pictures from Fuji and open them in the LR. And just this minute I see that the way to edit will undergo some adjustments. The latitude of the X-T1 files, mainly in the shadows, is something fenomenal. The 5D MK III had never left me down, but the X-T1 further elevates the ability to pull the details in dark areas – there isn’t so much noise to emerge. Also, when shooting, I can now rely a little more on some possible underexposure.  […]

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  6. Iridient X Transformer: what can you expect from this tool that converts RAF to DNG – FUJI X PASSION
    January 18, 2017 @ 4:19 pm

    […] I moved from the Canon DSLR system to Fuji I wrote an article about my new post processing workflow of the photographs I’m doing. After testing some […]

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  7. Tomas Manrique
    August 30, 2018 @ 10:21 pm

    Yes. I need to try it out and compare it to unsharp mask in photoshop

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