This guide is designed to help you understand and get the best results from using Iridient’s X-Transformer Software in Conjunction with Lightroom to process Fuji X-Trans raw files. While it may seem like a simple application, the number of parameters available make for a lot of possible options when using it. This guide aims to provide you with a roadmap through those options, and provided you with some recipes to get you started with the software.
Apple Aperture is one of the leading photo editing software packages available in today’s market. It provides you with all the tools to organize, browse, and perfect your images, so you can make every shot your best shot.
Mastering Apple Aperture aims to teach you the skills and knowledge necessary to become a master of the Apple Aperture software. It will build upon your existing core skills and show you new and advanced ways to get things done in Apple’s powerful photography software.
The A6000 is one of Sony’s best selling mirrorless cameras, even with its successor the A6300 now in the market. While working with Sony RAW files in Lightroom may seem like a fairly straightforward process, there are lots of things that you can do to optimise your workflow. This guide will look at all these things, and give you the knowledge you need to get the best from your Sony RAW files, no matter what the situation.
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.