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Post processing?

Discussion in 'Fujifilm' started by Pete, May 14, 2018.

  1. Pete

    Pete New Member

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    I would like to get into post processing.. How many folks out there post process their photo's using software? What software are you using?

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    Date: 2018:05:14 11:39:21 - Manufacturer: Fujifilm - Model: X-T2 - Focallength: 25.7 mm - Measurement: Pattern - Aperture: 3.2 - ISO: 3200 - Exposuretime: 1/60 sec - Flash: No Flash
     
  2. Mike

    Mike Super Moderator
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    There are loads of choices, some free ones are very good, i use Adobe Photoshop as part of a subscription package, i would suggest you dont rush in to choosing wait for some suggestions.
     
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    That is a lovely image.
     
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    I should have ask are you shooting raw or jpeg, if your going to get into processing you need raw files for the best base,you possibly could shoot raw and jpeg for now then you will have raw files for later.

    You could look at this one
    https://www.gimp.org/
     
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    For my Fuji x camera I always shoot raw & j peg together. I use Iridient x transformer, which converts the Fuji raw into a dng file which I then open in photoshop, not the subscription model I may add. Then sometimes a bit of finishing in DXO.
     
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    I us most of the time LR including NIK Software, sometimes ACR. For Photo-stacking HeliconFocus.

    For VDO's AVS Video Editor. (School VDO's where my daughter is performing a lot.)

    99% I shoot RAW. Just with my TG-5 I shoot JPEG's from time to time cos Focus Stacking in Camera is only JPEG supported. (This was the reason why I recently started Focus Bracketing with My EM10 Mark ii
     
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    I shoot both RAW and JPG. I usually do not post process but feel that I should with most of my images.

    Thank you all for your opinions. I will review a few of the recommendations and select one to try out.

    Thank you.
     

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