Video: Editing Fuji Jpeg Files in Apple Photos
I’ve been talking about working with Fuji Jpeg files a lot recently, and I wanted to show one way in which I regularly work with them, and that is to use Apple’s Photos application. So, in this video, I take a look at how I go about editing Fuji Jpeg files in Apple’s Photos Application on the mac.
I’m using the new version (well, new at the time of recording this) from High Sierra. The addition of the curves tool actually makes a big difference, and means that I need to take less trips into third party extensions. I also cover that a little in the video too.
The blog post whereI discuss the in-camera settings that I use can be found here. Here are the some of the images that I edited in this video along with a few others:
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