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Tara at an Italian Garden

Discussion in 'Portraits, People, & Pets' started by Tarmoo, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Tarmoo

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    Taken yesterday with X-H1 with 16-55 f2.8
    Edit using Alien Skin Exposure X3

    1: ISO 320 F3.2 16mm 1/125sec
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    2: ISO 200 f2.8 17mm 1/125 sec
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    3: ISO 400 f2.8 55mm 1/125sec
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    4: ISO 200 f6.4 16mm 1/60 sec
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    Very nice portraits. I just purchased Exposure X3 to replace LR. How are you getting along with it?
     
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    I like Alien Skin Exposure X3. It is quite easy to use and very similar to Aperture, but a lot more powerful. I like that you don't need to import the photos into a library as you had to with Aperture. Previously I as using ON1 Photo RAW 2018 to edt my X-H1 RAW files, but I now prefer Alien Skin as working with layers is easier. ON1 over-sharpens images and skin retouching can be a bit tricky.

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    5: ISO 200 28.3mm f3.6 1/125 sec
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    Another nice shot! I have a senior portrait shoot tomorrow (high school photos prior to graduation), so I will give X3 a workout to process those images. I really like the user interface coming from Lightroom, layers, support for Fuji camera film simulations along with hundreds of other films. I also got Affinity Photo to replace Photoshop, but I doubt it will get used much since most of my work was in Lightroom, and now with X3 doing away with the subscription software. I see that Fujilove is promoting X3 now and good to see more support for Fuji users.
     
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    They are all very nice.
     
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    Very good work! You are a talented photographer.
     
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