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About Editing my First Fujifilm GFX100S Images and Saving 10% on Capture One with Code FUJIRUMORS (or AMBFR)



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First this:

Among request of some members of the FujiRumors community, we have added the coupon code FUJIRUMORS to the 10% discount codes available for Capture One (all products).

So, from now on, you can use both codes, either AMBFR or FUJIRUMORS to get 10% off. Both are valid.

That should be easier to remember, if you don’t immediately decide to get Capture One, but maybe try the 1 month free trial, and then decide to get it. You won’t have to check back how the code was (AMBFR), as it will be much easier to remember the code FUJIRUMORS.

And by the way, I have finished editing my wedding images using Capture One. I have delivered the images already, and the couple is very happy with them. Phew :)

One more thing:

As I’ve told you on the first day I got my Fujifilm GFX100S, I can’t wait to finally bring out my GFX100S to the mountains and make some landscape photography. But an unlucky combination between my wife deciding to take a 3 weeks intensive course (and hence me being busy with babysitting) followed by a bad weather wave unusual for this time of the year, I still was not able to do that.

However, I did use a no-rain time window to go to the lake nearby my home and take some images of my family. Usually that’s stuff I love to do with my X series gear (especially X-E3 and XF27/2.8), but this time I went with the Fujifilm GFX100S and GF32-64mmF4.

I did share one image of my mini-trip on Instagram here and the case wants that the first GFX100S image I share has also quickly become the most liked one on my Instagram.

But since we talk Capture One and editing here, I can tell you this: one of my fears, was that editing the huge GFX100S files would be a painful experience. You know, big and heavy files. But in my experience, quite the opposite is true: it’s actually joy to edit GFX files!

With a sensor 70% bigger than full frame and with 70% more megapixel than the next highest resolution mirrorless full frame camera (and not to talk of the stellar GF lenses), the amount of data available during your editing process is simply massive, which can be quite helpful in some images.

Sure, the more powerful your computer is, the smoother your editing process will be, especially when you edit hundreds of images in a more complex way.

But so far playing around with the GFX files was a joyful experience on my 2018 MacBook Pro, so much so that I am not sure who had more fun: my son in the water or his daddy later on editing the image you can see below. ;)


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