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Fujifilm X-Pro1

Examples (Flowers and Food, Adobe Camera RAW Redo)

This page is a repeat of the original SilkyPix-derived Flowers and Food page, with additions and new commentary based on processing using Adobe Camera RAW.

Judgments on the best ACR settings were brand-new, as I processed these images the very first day support for the Fuji X-Pro1 became available. Some tweaks might improve the results slightly, but won’t change the key findings.

All comments here based on viewing the 16-bit TIF versions on a wide-gamut calibrated NEC PA301W display.

Colorspace and color

NOTE: Be sure to use a colorspace-aware web browser to view the examples.

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f/1.4 @ 1/1000 sec handheld
ISO 200, 4900°K, Tint +10, 1.2-stop pull, Shadows +50
Fuji X-Pro1 + 35/1.4

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