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  1. It seems my copy of ON1 saves and exports the edits without issues. I exported RAF as JPEG with no edits, then the same file with edits as JPEG, and, finally, the same file as TIFF which was then opened in DXO OpticsPro 11 and exported as JPEG. I will post the results after I have resized the 3 files to <2Mb.
  2. Thanks for the info. Since I’ve got used to CaptureOne 10, maybe I won’t even attempt to use ON1. If I do, I will let you know how it performs on my 2013 iMac (3.4GHz i7, 8Gb RAM) - speed and edits and all.
  3. I just downloaded the trial version. Since I haven’t had enough time to play with it, I am attaching a link with a review: https://fstoppers.com/originals/fstoppers-first-look-on1-photo-raw-2017-157952
  4. of herbal liquor smuggled from the Czech Republic.
  5. for dinner (which can bee seen on the bloom on the right).
  6. I have used the lens on X-T1, although it was good (painfully slow at times), there’s simply no comparison when it is attached to X-T2!
  7. Beavertail cactus (Opuntia sp.) along the trail behind my house.
  8. Hedgehog cactus (Echinocereus)
  9. Your assumption is correct! And thank you for stopping by and commenting.
  10. Wow! Looks like painting!
  11. Fine Arts Museum, Vienna, Austria
  12. Fuji X-T2 and Iridient Transformer for Mac. RAF->DNG, LR 5.7. See result below. I don't I like it…...
  13. RAW to TIFF (in Iridient Developer), PP in DXO Optics Pro 11 (Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film simulation, with added grain at Intensity 100 and grain size at 3).
  14. in the Superstition Mountains, AZ.
  15. featuring juvenile barrel cactus. Canyon Lake, AZ, USA.
  16. …in the neighborhood
  17. The pup decided to be in my face, thus making it impossible to take a decent photo of her
  18. Wet Beaver Creek, AZ. (Iridient Developer)
  19. Hi All, I am XT1 user looking into getting XPro 2 for landscape (and perhaps macro) photography; I own 12mm Rokinon and XF10-24mm (plus 23, 56, 60 and 18-55 Fuji lenses). I will welcome opinions and suggestions from the XPro 2 camera users. Thanks! Ivo in AZ
  20. take Shea to 124 St, go north where it ends at the trailhead. Or take Thompson Peak Pkwy (92nd St becomes TPP pass Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd) to Gateway Trailhead (1 mile north of Bell Rd on your right). Both trailheads have variety of trails ranging from 2 miles to well over 10 miles, if you are “motivated”. Enjoy!