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A fallen tree in transition trapped upon the shore of Lake Crescent to be battered by the waves and the weather of Storm King. Olympic National Park.

 

Capture: Fujifilm X-T1. 70s, f/11, iso200. - Zeiss Touit 32mm. - Lee Seven5 Big Stopper ND & Polarizer. - Acros-R B&W simulation.

Pixelroom: On1 PhotoRAW 2018

 

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Very nice, I like it. 

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Thanks Dallas!

 

I am much happier with this now that it looks like how I captured it. I first did this in LR and could never get it right because of my Fujifilm raf file. PhotoRAW is working much better for me. 😀 My next project is to revisit all my favorite photographs processed in LR and fix them in PR.

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The Lightroom compatibility issues with RAF have been widely spoken of. I will be honest and say that it has been a major reason why I never warmed to the Fuji X line. I can't operate without Lightroom - my workflow is too deeply embedded in its operation, so no X-trans for me.

 

Learning new software is something I used to actually enjoy, but as my years move along faster I find that the time is better spent doing other things. :) I will at some point soon though, talk about Luminar 2018, which I have a complimentary copy of. 

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