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  1. A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridie...
    May 19, 2016 @ 9:26 am

    […] I was one of the early adaptors of Fuji’s X-Trans system. When the X-Pro 1 came out, I was fascinated by the sensor design, and the form factor of the camera. I was also a little disappointed with the early results from various raw converters. The software that came with the camera produced good results but was difficult to use, and early support in Lightroom was quite poor and led to a degree of frustration. Over the years since the X-Pro 1 was released there have been lots of advancements in the variety and quality of the various applications which can handle Fuji raw files, and I’ve been obsessed with trying to get the maximum possible quality out of the conversion process ever since.  […]

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  2. A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridie...
    May 19, 2016 @ 6:02 pm

    […] “ I was one of the early adaptors of Fuji’s X-Trans system. When the X-Pro 1 came out, I was fascinated by the sensor design, and the form factor of the camera. I was also a little disappointed with the early results from various raw converters. The software that came with the camera produced good results but was difficult to use, and early support in Lightroom was quite poor and led to a degree of frustration. Over the years since the X-Pro 1 was released there have been lots of advancements in the variety and quality of the various applications which can handle Fuji raw files, and I’ve been obsessed with trying to get the maximum possible quality out of the conversion process ever since.”  […]

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  3. Fuji X News | A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridient Developer: Behind the Scenes
    May 21, 2016 @ 2:50 am

    […] By fujixpassion […]

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  4. Fuji X News | A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridient Developer: Behind the Scenes
    May 22, 2016 @ 7:40 pm

    […] end I’ve published a series of guides outlining my workflow and settings for…… Read More A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridient Developer: Behind the Scenes Source: FUJI X Passion Read the full article: A Guide for Processing X-Trans […]

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  5. Fuji X News | A Guide for Processing X-Trans images in Iridient Developer: Behind the Scenes
    May 23, 2016 @ 6:30 am

    […] fujixpassion I was one of the early adaptors of Fuji’s X-Trans system. When the X-Pro 1 came out, I was […]

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  6. JonJon K
    June 5, 2016 @ 7:36 am

    fuck this shit trying to sell us an ebook, just share your settings.

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  7. John Sevigny
    May 10, 2022 @ 3:34 am

    Agreed. Nobody wants your shitty ebook.

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