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For having the Xpro3 as a fun camera was too costly, I use to have the little X-E3 but traded it for the Xpro2. After trying my mates XF23mm f1.4 I knew that was the lens I will get.
Great shot, maybe a Hobby.
“Excellent” Fujigraph, with good colour and so much fine detail.
Thanks, Dave I was really pleased with it but I wish I'd taken a note of what it was.OMG!!! That is just stunning Andrea, a fantastic shot and it is a bird of prey Plus no idea.
Thanks, RIck - I had a look for Hobbies and there are some strong similarities, especially around the eyes and beak.Great shot, maybe a Hobby.
Thank you, George , it's a sharp lens and a lovely bird. Just wish I knew what it is![[/QUOTE]“Excellent” Fujigraph, with good colour and so much fine detail.
I've downloaded Capture 1 this weekend after a 30% off black Friday deal. Thought £6.99 a month for a year wasn't too bad.Having a play with C1 this morning and suddenly realised that it doesn't handle .dng files, which is a PITA.
Some of my landscapes are made up of 3-5 images combined to capture the sky and the details in the shadows. I can't see a way of combining the images in C1 (free version) and it won't import the DNG files....
Ben, my point is that many of my landscapes consist of multiple images to capture all the tones. This is easy in LR as it has a tool for the job, it combines them and creates a .DNG file. There is no way of doing this in my version of C1 (so it seems), and it won't import the DNG files which means I'm very likely to discount C1 as part of my workflow.I recently took up a discounted annual membership of capture 1. My early thoughts are the RAW conversion for Fuji to me looks better than lightoom. You should be able to import the RAWs directly to Capture 1 and then transfer them as DNGs or TIFFS to lightroom/photoshop. You shouldnt need to convert to DNG before capture 1.