Langdale Valley, The Lake District

Friday Image No.199


Langdale Valley, The Lake District, Cumbria
Langdale Valley, The Lake District, Cumbria. Nikon D800, 24-120mm lens at 35mm. ISO100, 1/10″ at f/18.0. Kase Wolverine 0.6 ND Grad, Polarising Filter. Tripod Mounted.

Did all you Fuji users see it?

Phase One released a version of Capture One exclusively for the Fuji. You won’t though be able to use it with all your RAW files unless you upgrade to the full version. Never the less, this is an excellent piece of software and best of all, it’s free.

If you missed the announcement, here’s a link to the webpage.

https://www.phaseone.com/en/Capture-One/Capture-One-Fujifilm.aspx

I’ve been trying out the software on my Mac and I’m very impressed by the results. Yesterday I posted a video to Youtube comparing RAW Converters when processing Fuji RAW files

I’ll definitely be including Capture One in a future comparison.

Now I also need to make you aware that I’m not going to be posting updates to this blog for the next couple of months due to other commitments. I’m still contactable by email and will respond to comments where possible, I just won’t be posting new images for a few weeks. Hopefully you will still be around once I’m able to restart activities.

Until then, here is the final Friday Image. I hope you enjoy it and have a great weekend.

6 thoughts on “Friday Image No.199”

  1. On the strength of watching this video I downloaded a trial of ACDSee PhotoStudio for Mac. I tried it on a portrait I took with my X100S and the RAW converter did very well – well enough that I am interested to buy the app.

    1. Hi David,
      I’m pleased you also had good results with the conversion. The tools are well priced and do a good job. It’s also worth looking at the free converter for Fuji from Capture One. It performs very well but isn’t to my mind as complete. It’s like most of these things, it depends what’s important to you.

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