Over the last few years I’ve covered a lot of topics relating to the processing of Fuji X-Trans files on my website. I’ve talked about some of the artifacts that can occur when processing these files in Lightroom, and I’ve shown some ways to minimise those artifacts by using the sharpening controls. These blog posts have been very popular and so I’ve collated the various posts, and re-written them into a single guide which discusses best practices for processing Fuji X-trans files in Lightroom.
I’ve also collected all the various X-Trans related presets that have been posted to various places on my website, and put them into a single archive. The e-book also comes with these presets too as a complimentary download to make it easier to find them.
LEARN TO GET THE MOST FROM YOUR X-TRANS IMAGES IN LIGHTROOM
This guide looks at the many aspects of processing Fuji X-Trans images in Lightroom. It talks about what makes the X-Trans sensor unique, and how that affects post processing. It discusses working with RAW and JPEG files in Lightroom, and shows some strategies for managing both.
It also looks at how to get the best out of Fuji RAW files in Lightroom. It shows you how to mimic Fuji’s film simulations, and how to match Fuji’s dynamic range settings. Finally it covers sharpening X-Trans files in Lightroom and how to minimise artifacts and reduce some of the issues around Lightroom’s conversion of Fuji Raw files.
As a bonus, this guide also comes with my collected Fuji Lightroom presets, all in a single easy to find collection. These presets have been given away on my Blog in the past, and I’ve included them with this guide as a bonus so that you don’t have to download them separately.
- What makes Fuji’s X-Trans sensor unique
- Managing RAW and JPEG files in Lightroom
- What’s included when you import Raw files
- Setting the preferences to import both RAW and JPEG files
- Creating view filter presets to switch between JPEG and RAW
- Using collections to split RAW and JPEG files
- Some tips for working with JPEG files
- Working with Fuji RAW files
- Matching the Film Simulation modes with Camera Profiles
- Lens Correction
- Creating setup presets
- Simulating dynamic range settings
- Getting it sharp in camera
- When to sharpen & working with presets
- Avoiding over-sharpening
- Output sharpening & outputting for the web
View a watermarked excerpt of this guide (first 13 pages)
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