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. 🙂
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.
It’s what I consider the most versatile fixed lens camera money can buy and a street photographers dream come true.
While the camera doesn’t support UHS-II, it still writes to memory cards fairly quickly.
They also just announced the XF50mm f2. Seems interesting and it’s priced at a great place.
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.