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Fuji XP90 with a little Luminar magic . . .

Jock Elliott

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Jan 3, 2012
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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.

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

Cheers, Jock
 

bartjeej

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Nov 12, 2010
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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.
 

Tilman Paulin

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Nov 15, 2011
69
Vancouver B.C.
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.
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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