I'm on a Mac so there is no IX-T available yet When there is I'm confident that I will purchase it.
Good to hear. I heard some concerns the other day on the FB X-T2 Group that sharpening should be the last task in RAW development and that by doing the sharpening up front we could be causing problems. I don't see any way around it in this scenario. Not sure what artifacts we might see in the image as a result of early sharpening. Curious what folks here think about this and what adjustment to workflow may be needed.
I've been a LR and ID user for a while now. I'm just curious what the rationale is for purchasing IX-T if you already have ID? Brian said about IX-T on his web site: Much of the core RAW processing, sharpening, noise reduction and lens corrections featured in this program are shared with Iridient Developer a more full-featured RAW processor that is available for macOS.I'm just wondering what I'm missing.Thanks.
MBehrens, the key to processing rafs is not, in my view, sharpening, but demosaicing.
Ron, glad you have found a good solution.MBehrens, the key to processing rafs is not, in my view, sharpening, but demosaicing. I like Photo Ninja, Ron likes Iridient (which I greatly respect but not for my workflow).
Hi folks,I just tried to down load the Iridient Beta for windows and Norton Anti virus immediately flagged and deleted the download as harmful. Anyone else had this happen?This is where the file I downloaded resides. It looks legit but who knows these days:http://www.iridientdigital.com/products/xtransformer_download.html