This is a three book bundle containing all of my Fuji X-Trans guides that deal with Lightroom. This includes my original Lightroom processing guide, the X-Transformer guide and my Fuji Jpeg guide which also covers some Lightroom topics. The bundle contains a discount on buying the guides separately. Please make sure to read the details of what’s in each book by using the included links before purchasing.
Workflow and Settings For Processing Fuji X-Trans images in Lightroom
This guide looks at the many aspects of processing Fuji X-Trans images in Lightroom. It talks about what makes the X-Trans sensor unique, and how that affects post-processing. It discusses working with RAW and JPEG files in Lightroom and shows some strategies for managing both.
It also looks at how to get the best out of Fuji RAW files in Lightroom. It shows you how to mimic Fuji’s film simulations, and how to match Fuji’s dynamic range settings. Finally, it covers sharpening X-Trans files in Lightroom and how to minimise artefacts and reduce some of the issues around Lightroom’s conversion of Fuji Raw files.
As a bonus, this guide also comes with my collected Fuji Lightroom presets, all in a single easy to find collection. These presets have been given away on my Blog in the past, and I’ve included them with this guide as a bonus so that you don’t have to download them separately.
NEW: This has been recently updated to version 1.8 – see the link below for details of what’s new.
Formatted Size: US Letter 8.5″ X 11″
Processing Fuji X-Trans Files with Iridient X-Transformer and Lightroom
This guide is designed to help you understand and get the best results from using Iridient’s X-Transformer Software in Conjunction with Lightroom to process Fuji X-Trans raw files.
While it may seem like a simple application, the number of parameters available make for a lot of possible options when using it. This guide aims to provide you with a roadmap through those options, and provide you with some recipes to get you started with the software.
(Now at version 1.6 – updated July 2019)
Formatted Size: 8.5″ X 11″
Fuji Jpegs: Shooting and Processing Guide
Ever since Fujifilm introduced the first X-Series camera, the company has won a lot of praise from its users for the quality of its JPEGs. Fuji’s cameras produce excellent quality JPEGs, but getting the most out of them can still require some extra thinking. In this guide, we will take a look at the various aspects of shooting and post-processing Jpegs with a Fuji x-series camera.
This has recently been updated to version 1.2 – See link below to learn what has changed.
Formatted Size: 8.5″ X 11″