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Fuji XP90 with a little Luminar magic . . .

Discussion in 'Fuji Cameras' started by Jock Elliott, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. Jock Elliott

    Jock Elliott Hall of Famer

    Jan 3, 2012
    Troy, NY
    Storm clouds over Troy, NY, taken back at the end of June, from the car . . . I started fussing with these images with Luminar 3.


    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 006.JPG

    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 006B-001.jpg

    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 007.JPG


    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 007B-001.jpg

    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 008.JPG


    XP90 storm clouds over Troy 008B.jpg

    I am not much impressed with the XP90, but Luminar helps some.

    Cheers, Jock
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  2. bartjeej

    bartjeej Hall of Famer

    Nov 12, 2010
    With my Ricoh PX waterproof compact, I used to set the jpegs to minimum everything (contrast, saturation, sharpness), and it'd actually give me very decent results after fairly little postprocessing.
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  3. TilmanP

    TilmanP Rookie

    Jan 6, 2019
    Vancouver B.C.
    I agree - if I remember correctly I did it similarly on my Pentax MX1.

    Guess these days I prefer little to no sharpening and softer contrast in general (no matter which camera). With m43 I often do raw conversions with no low noise reduction and no sharpening - the lenses are sharp enough.

    On these photos, I actually kind of like the look of the unprocessed ones - with all their softness - makes them look more "watery" I guess :) 
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