I admit to being fascinated with the quality possible from the Fujifilm GFX—I mean, I just cannot do this sort of thing (quality and detail) with the Canon 5DS, not even close. And in the other direction, I am disappointed once again by the flaky autofocus of the GFX.
Black and white conversions often place greater demands on pixel quality, so this example offers both color and black and white renditions, with two exposures, one that requires 2.8 stops push and one 3.46 stops push (plus maximal shadow boost).
Presented in both color and black and white. Includes images up to full resolution, ACR processing settings and RawDigger histograms. The black and white results are particularly beautiful, reminiscent of the best black and white film.
Below, faux HDR gross underexposure (to preserve the outdoor elements) combined with a 2.8 stop push and +100 shadow boost and -100 highlights.