At long last, my review of Ichikawa software's "SilkyPix Developer Studio Pro v8" has been published on the "Dear Susan" website.
It gives an overview of SilkyPix and it's features and controls, how to use it, and compares the quality of results with Capture One.
I have used it for several years on raw files from a number of cameras including Fuji X system, and always found the quality of the results.
Please take a look at the article and feel free to leave some feedback over at Dear Susan.
By Bull Rhino
If I'm shooting in RAW and set the camera to one of the Film Simulation modes such as Monochrome or Sepia, will I still have the original RAW image with all the colors etc.? It seems like it only makes sense that RAW is RAW and I would still have the image as it hit the sensor.
Assuming that I do have the RAW file, if I'm using a program such as Adobe Lightroom or ACR, when I download the photo into my computer will the preview show as the film simulation mode or RAW and in either case how do I get the photo to the other state?
Hello, this is my first post on this forum. I recently got the X-T2 after shooting (Raw only) with the XT-1 for a while, a camera for which i was very happy with the result i was getting. As i am now in a testing phase of the X-T2 i shot strictly JPEGs over the weekend, using the Kodachrome, Velvia and Acros settings.
now, by looking at the results, a lot of them are really not that sharp, and quite a few look like they are "patchy" or noisy - and this is with enough speed, low iso and almost exclusively F2..does anyone have the same experience? or does the JPEG filter process take "over" the image that much that it makes it look almost "animated" in the details
images were all shot handheld
looking forward to your thoughts and comments