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Iridient Developer X-Trans Guide Now Available


This has been a long time coming, and it feels like I’ve been working on it for ages, but my third Fuji X-Trans guide is now finally available. This time, I’m covering Iridient Developer, and the e-book is a comprehensive guide to using the software for processing Fuji X-Trans files. I also cover some workflows for integrating Iridient Developer into a Lightroom Workflow.

The guide covers the following topics:

  • Opening a folder and getting images into Iridient Developer.
  • Using Iridient Developer as a Lightroom Plugin.
  • Understanding the Iridient Developer controls.
  • Understanding the demosaicing and sharpening settings.
  • Noise reduction and lens correction.
  • Creating black and white images in Iridient Developer.
  • My recommended settings for sharpening
  • Batch processing and exporting.
  • Workflows for working with Lightroom.

As with my previous guides, I’ve also talked about the settings (or range of settings) that I use. Where appropriate too, I’ve given specific X-Trans tips. I also cover how to set up the software to use it as a plug-in for Lightroom, and I also briefly cover using the Apple Photos edit extension.

It’s 68 pages, and I hope it will help all of those who have written to me, who have struggled with Iridient Developer. I hope it offers something for those who are both experienced and relative beginners alike.

It’s available now from my Digital Download store. the normal price will be €5 but for the launch and the next week it will be available for €4.

There’s more information on the product page, including a PDF excerpt. I’ll be publishing some more excerpts over the next little while too.