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Fuji raw file development (x10)

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Hello all together,

 

at first I'm very impressed about Affinity Photo, it' features and usability. Thank you for the really good photo tool.

 

I Have a question, regarding raw-file development, especial files from Fuji (here from my X10).

 

When I develop the Fiji X10 raw files the have a noise, that looks  a little like artefacts known from *jpg images. When I develop the same file with adobe camera raw from adobe, the noise looks a lot better, more random and no artefacts.

 

I have added 2 *jpg files to show what I mean.:

 

x10_raw_nise_af.jpg, developed with Affinity.

x10_raw_nise_ps.jpg, developed with Adobe camera raw.

 

both files have been stored to get high quality *.jpg's so that no additional artefacts are generated by the *.jpg export.

 

Any Ideas or what did I wrong? Please view them at 200%.

 

Kind Regards

 

Guido

 

 

 

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Hi 2d-subjektiv,

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

Affinity Photo does not apply any filters when a RAW image is opened while the Adobe Camera Raw automatically applies adjustments to cleans the RAW image.

 

The following link is to our video tutorial on RAW noise Reduction.

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Hello DWright,

 

thanks for the fast reply.

 

I already tried a lot with the build in raw reduction inside the raw development. Even, when I play with the values for removing the noise, I get theses "artefacts" on my Fuji photos. When I develop the Fuji images in the Adobe software the noise pattern is more random distributed and has no artefacts - it looks more natural, like the grain from a analogue film.

 

When I open images from my canon camera (5D MKII) all is fine with the  Affinity raw development, so I think this is a special issue with the raw engine for the Fuji raw files.

 

I'm Waiting, here for an update of the raw converter.

 

Kind regards

 

Guido

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I have tested with an X10 Raw image and when I used the extreme option it produced a good result, I have attached a screenshot of the settings I used and a before and after split on the photo.

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Hello DWright,

 

again, thanks for yir reply. I did not try the extreme settings. I will check, and report here.

 

If you like, I can send you also a link to the raw file, I used for the test. For this you can contact me at: 

objektiv@2d-subjektiv.de
I do not like to post the link in the forum here.

 

Kind Regards

 

Guido

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