For days I have tested simultaneously Adobe Lightroom (which I have been using since 2007), Capture One Pro and Exposure X4. Three years after I moved to Fuji’s X system, finally I came to the conclusion on which is the best software for editing our RAF files.
In this article, I’ll show you a bit of my experience and what results I got from each of the programs. Of course, I will not explain each function of each of the programs, I will just show the behavior of each one when resolving the RAF files of our Fuji, with a lots of examples.
– Interface and ease of use
– Demosaic of RAF files
– Dynamic Range
– Film simulations
And, because this is one of the most debated topics among those who use the Fuji X-Trans sensor, here is my opinion. I hope this is useful.
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Co-Editor and co-founder of the Fuji X Passion project. Portuguese photographer with passion for landscape photography.