Epic, monumental life changing events, like a new baby being born, always begs that really big question, "what camera should I bring?" During the delivery and for the few days while my wife was recovering, I brought along several cameras, but only used a few. Don't worry, I'm not sharing any gross newborn baby photos. :)
The Fujifilm X100F, or any of the X100 series of cameras, is one of the best cameras out there to customize with different accessories. This allows people to really build a camera unique to their taste of fashion or style of shooting. Lens hoods are a popular accessory for the X100f and there is a new one that got released around the same time as the X100F. That's the JJCLC-JX100 II.
The X100F is Fujifilm's new masterpiece and the fourth addition to the famous x100 line of cameras. The X100F seems to have taken the biggest step forward of any of the X100 camera upgrades with a new 24MP sensor and new battery for improved life and performance. Not only that but the X100F is also a autofocusing beast. It's what I consider the most versatile fixed lens camera money can buy and a street photographers dream come true.
Do you ever wonder if you're using the most time efficient workflow? If you're a Fujifilm shooter and want to use Iridient Developer as your primary photo processing software, or even if you want to use it as a RAW converter, then have a solid and consistent workflow is not only going to save you a lot of time, but it will also make your photo editing process a lot simpler. In this guide I want to share with you the way I use Iridient Developer to process my Fujifilm RAW files and a file structure to help you stay organized.