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Fuji X-T2 RAW Files: On1 Photo RAW 2017 UPDATE

Fuji X-T2 RAW Files: On1 Photo RAW UPDATE. Join me as I post process a Fuji RAW file inside of the new On1 Photo RAW 2017 processor.

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  • Steve Marquis
    Posted at 16:56h, 27 April

    Have you ever used Rawtherapee for RAW and GIMP for that matter

  • Tom Gee
    Posted at 17:11h, 27 April

    Its looking good  an other update coming end of May  just keeps getting betterThanks for doing this update with on1Tom G  Scotland

  • Doug B.
    Posted at 17:56h, 27 April

    Can you paint in adjustments, or use something like LR's gradient filter for shadows and highlights?

    Edit: Just got up to 8:40 lol

  • Lucas Húngaro
    Posted at 17:57h, 27 April

    Nice! I've been using Iridient X-Transformer + Lightroom and getting pretty good results, better than what I was getting with On1 when I tested it a couple months ago.

    Even though LR sucks for sharpening Fuji files, X-Transformer fixes that, and I really like how LR deals with the colors. Anyway, will give On1 another try.

  • Doug B.
    Posted at 18:04h, 27 April

    Different question: I know that you are a landscape artist, but wondering if you have any portraits, or events that you might be able to utilize for testing On1 and XT 2 files?

  • Stan Obert
    Posted at 18:13h, 27 April

    Excellent video. Thanks!

  • Dan McCutcheon
    Posted at 19:26h, 27 April

    How does the sharpening and noise reduction stack up against iridient x transformer?

  • nicola foulkes
    Posted at 19:30h, 27 April

    I have asked for image multiple alignment for bracketed shots. Have not had any success. Great video.

  • Ad 2
    Posted at 21:10h, 27 April

    I believe the On1 raw does not apply any lens corrections unfortunately

  • Ed Hill
    Posted at 21:28h, 27 April

    Nice video (and photo) Eric. I have ON1 Photo Raw but haven't used it much. Think I'll give it another spin. Thanks.

  • Enrique
    Posted at 01:10h, 28 April

    Hi Eric, this is out of topic, but I posted a question on your video for an L bracket for the Fuji X-T2, and I guess you miss it, I need one for the camera without the battery grip, to shoot panoramas vertically, do you know which L bracket (model number) I need and what else do I need to mounted it to the tripod? I have an Oben with the ball head. Thank you.

  • Chris Horner
    Posted at 18:07h, 28 April

    This is interesting! I've come a bit late to this…but would you say the learning curve is easy for On1? I'm so used to LR I wonder how I'd adjust to it – it looks intuitive here, certainly.

  • Doug B.
    Posted at 03:21h, 29 April

    Sorry to be a pest Eric, but was wondering…

    Does the On1 team have a direct way to get in touch with them for feedback? If you look below at my reply to Chris Horner's post, there are a bunch of things I'd love to have addressed if possible. I'm almost ready to pull the trigger and buy this software, but there's one thing that might prevent me from doing so, which is the issue of utilizing other apps as plugins directly from On1.

  • christian santiago
    Posted at 03:59h, 29 April

    Last time i gave ON1 a chance it kept crashing on me. That was about 3 months ago. I've used Iridient and Capture 1 for my fuji files but some how keep ending up back in LR because I prefer the way it handles colors and gives you access to the FUJI film emulations, which i love using as starting points for my edits. And of course, it's integration with photoshop is seamless.

    I guess i can give on1 another try.

  • RawGreySun
    Posted at 03:59h, 29 April

    What would be the difference between Picktorial 3 with And One?

  • RawGreySun
    Posted at 04:03h, 29 April

    On one?

  • Sam Saliba
    Posted at 14:30h, 29 April

    Like your video and I was looking forward to trying the 2017 On1 Photo Raw with my new Fuji X100F.  On1 advertise that the Fuji X100F is supported, the answer is, it is NOT.  I'm unable to open .RAF files from the x100F.

  • Hal ROMI
    Posted at 17:31h, 29 April

    I have both ON1 RAW and Picktorial. I primarily use the latter for most all my work in conjunction with NIK Collection. I must admit I got swept away by ON1's marketing hype several months ago, and now I can't even use the damn thing on my computer as it bring my system to a standstill. Utterly unusable on my admittedly old iMac. However, one of their marquee advertising campaign feature has been the 'state-of-the-art' software for speed and file rendering. It turned out, at least with my system and for my X-T2 file rendering the 'state-of-the-lie'. Picktorial 3 on the other hand, is a terrific program with incredible speed and functionality, including many pro features. I am really happy with what it does at the moment. It, in my opinion, deserves a very serious consideration for Mac and Fujifilm users in particular. And it's only USD39 dollars. I believe ON1 will mature and become a very strong program by the end of this year. So far, they've over promised and underdelivered.

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