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X100 - Initial RAW's

Adobe, thank god, have finally released RAW support for the X100 in Lightroom 3.4. I've been fairly busy recently, but I've managed to get stuck in to a few pictures and have a bit of a play with the X100's RAW output. Most of these shots are either very casual personal images or things I've shot while doing recces at wedding venues. I'm afraid the content isn't terribly exciting, but hopefully there's a fair bit of variety to show you what the X100 can do. These images were all shot and then edited using my usual workflow in the Lightroom, nothing is SOC but then again nothing has been pushed all that far. In other words, normal usage.

For what it's worth, my experience is that the X100 RAW's are much nicer than the JPEG output. This may simply be because I spend more time with RAW's or it may be because I haven't set the camera up to get the best out of the JPEG's, but there's no denying it, to my eye, the RAW output provides more balanced colours and a more natural, real looking image. With RAW and LR support in place, I am really enjoying this camera. More to come, but for now, take a look at these. Oh, and, for the record, the sky in the first image was pretty much like this. Post production minimal!








































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