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An Introduction to Camera Color Profiles in Your Editing Workflow |
Chris Gampat

Though they’re a staple to the more advanced photo editors among us, Camera Profiles are a little known about feature that many folks don’t know about, understand or use. If you’ve ever looked at your camera’s LCD screen, shot in RAW, and wanted your RAW image to look exactly like the JPEG then you’ve probably also spent a long time trying to match them up perfectly only to get disappointed. It’s tough, but it’s also honestly useless to try it when the camera manufacturer often gives you exactly what you need if you use Adobe Lightroom. In Adobe Lightroom’s Develop panel, you simply go down to the Process area near the bottom, click on profile and scroll through. ……..

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Bokeh – meaning and use of bokeh in photography |
Sebastian Boatca

Sometimes in our lives, especially when we had to deal with photography, we have encountered the following term : „Bokeh“. Well, it has this strange Asian sound and flavor, so what could it mean? The word “Bokeh” actually comes from the Japanese word “boke” ボケ, which means “blur”. The “h” at the end was added to emphasize on the correct pronunciation by the English speakers. “Bokeh” refers to the quality and aesthetics of the blurry parts (out of focus areas) in an image, taken by a photographic lens. It is not something you could really mathematically measure, or quantify, but more of an aspect which relates to photographic artistic principles……..

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Will 2016 Be Fuji’s Year? | DigitalRev

As Kai and our editorial team largely agreed (along with well, pretty much everyone), 2015 was a good year for Sony. Sony didn’t necessarily make the most cameras, but they arguably made the best ones. They showed no fear and explored all potential markets with innovative compacts, superzooms, DSLRs, video cameras, and of course mirrorless options. It’s possible that in 2016 they can replicate their feats with an arsenal of spanking new equipment—Sony already seem to chain their engineers to their desks with IV tubes plugged in. After working around the clock, Sony can stun the photography and tech world once more with 100 megapixel, 8K video, and ISO 1,000,000,000 cameras. But I think this year will be humble Fujifilm’s time to shine……..

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Choosing a Raw Processor for Fuji X-Trans Files – Updated |
Thomas Fitzgerald

A couple of years ago I wrote a blog post about choosing a raw converter for Fuji X-Trans files. I spoke about which was my favourite piece of software at the time, and I did a pros and cons list for some of the various different converters on the market. Since that was back in 2014, a lot has changed since then. There are major new versions of several of the applications out now, and I’ve changed my mind as to which I prefer personally. The original post still gets lots of traffic, but because of the fact that the applications have been updated, and as I’ve much more experience now, I felt that it was time to do an updated version of that article. Before I get to the comparison chart, let me first talk about how my own preferences have changed. At the time of the original post, Photo Ninja was my preferred converter. While I do still like Photo Ninja, it hasn’t received any major updates in over 2 years. All of the other applications that I use have been updated. I also feel that for my usage, Capture One is a better all round application. Of course, that’s just my personal preference……..

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The Interview Series: Ten Questions With Olaf Sztaba | Ian MacDonald

Welcome to the first interview in this series, featuring the work of photographers who inspire me.  The impetus for this series came last year when I watched a few artists step on each other to climb the industry ladder.  Honestly, it saddened me as we all have so much we can learn from each other.  This makes us all better, and raises the quality of the art we create and share.   I have been fortunate to have great success in my life in several industries, and my greatest successes have always come as a result of collaboration and networking.  I have learned something from every artist I hope to feature on this site, and if I can share their work with a few new people I’ll count that as a huge win. For this inaugural interview I am featuring the work of Olaf Sztaba, a fellow Vancouver based photographer.  I first found Olaf’s work two years ago, and was immediately caught by the beauty created in his images.  Olaf has a well developed  eye for light and composition.  Look at the image at the top of this post:  The bold light, those clouds, the colours, the composition, that lone tree… there is so much happening in that image……

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5 Reasons the RoboSHOOT X flash triggers for Fuji are a game changer | Piet Van den Eynde

In a week or so, Fujifilm will be celebrating their fifth anniversary of the X-system. I know very few camera companies that have created such a fantastic camera eco-system in such a short time. My switch from a fullframe DSLR was a gradual one: I started with the X-Pro 1 in 2012. It was the appeal of having a lightweight, unobtrusive camera for my travels that won me over. Or, as my colleague and Fujifilm X-Photographer Matt Brandon says, ‚I came for the size, i stayed for the quality‘. Yet, it took some adjusting: I love two things: flash and wide angle and neither were very developed at the start of the X-series: the widest lens was an 18 mm (27 mm in fullframe terms) and being used to 16 or even 14 mm on my fullframe DSLRs, 27 mm felt like I was looking through a telescope…….

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My Photographic Year In Review | Dennis A. Mook

At the beginning of each year, I take stock in what photographic imaging I have done in the previous year and conduct a bit of analysis to better understand what cameras, lenses, focal lengths, ISOs, apertures and shutter speeds I have used most.  I also look at how many images I have made over the year.  All of this gives me a little better understanding of my vision and allows me to compare, year to year, changes I may find in my photography.  I learn something about myself, where I have been and where I may be going.  I don’t believe in not understanding where one is going, so I want to understand my own photography as much as possible. I have now done the same for 2015.  Here is what I have found and how it compares to previous years…….

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What to Expect From the X-Series in 2016 | Rob Zeigler

As the final days of 2015 come to a close it’s only fitting to look ahead and see what 2016 will bring to the Fuji X-Series. New cameras and new lenses are just on the horizon, but what else might we expect from Fuji, and what other ways might we get some added incentive to being X-Series users? Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect in 2016 and share a bit of speculation about what might be just around the bend. WHAT WE KNOW: X-PRO2. The cat is pretty much out of the bag on this one. It’s no secret that Fuji would eventually update their flagship rangefinder style interchangeable lens camera, but now all signs strongly point to a mid-January 2016 reveal. The strongest evidence for this was actually a slip by Magnum Photos in mid-November……

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Ultimate Landscape – Part1: X-Series Kit | Pete Bridgwood

With their X-series cameras, Fujifilm are creating the ultimate tools for Landscape Photographers. The soulful images created by X-trans sensors have a characteristic ‘feel’ that’s impossible to achieve using anything else. X-series cameras are also incredibly intuitive, they are a joy to use, and that translates into a more emotive overall experience; the landscape ‘aesthetic’ is no longer so restricted to experience of the final print, but extends right back to the image capturing stage, on location. Given such tantalising possibilities of artistic enlightenment, it’s no surprise that so many photographers are making the switch to Fuji, but for many Landscape Photographer converts, these are often secondary discoveries. The decision to switch systems is often driven by the massive size and weight advantages of the X-series cameras over their outdated alternatives……

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Malfunction in the Firmware ver.4.20 | Fujifilm X-T1 |
Fujifilm Global

We have found a malfunction in the firmware ver.4.20 launched on December 17 2015, which rarely causes freeze when shooting in AF-C mode. So we will suspend the disclosure of this firmware right away. We apologize for your inconvenience which this may cause. We will post an upgraded firmware around the end of January 2016 to solve it. As a tentative solution for customers who have upgraded their cameras to firmware ver.4.20, we have prepared the new firmware version of 4.21 whose functions are same as the previous version of 4.10. Please update your cameras to ver.4.21 to avoid the malfunction……

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