Darktable is completely free, has no feature limitations, a plethora of tutorials on YouTube, works with downloadable LUTs (for example Fuji film simulations, but also a huge number of others, as it supports multiple common file types), styles, and plugins (for example for blending), and supports both advanced and beginner-friendly workflows.
Thank you for the link. I have downloaded the file, unzipped it into \"Luminar Looks\" (Luminar 4), and they are there with the names, but all the looks are virtually the same. The Acros, etc are not B/W. I am using the Fuji compressed raw files. Do you know what I have done wrong
David, I followed the instructions and attempted to download the SL2 and Q2 presets. When I click on the link, I get a computer program and not a file to download. I then tried to save the computer program language file to a folder. I next opened Lightroom CC (Classic), went to the Develop modual, clicked on the plus sign by the presets, clicked on import presets and went to the folder where the two saved preset computer programs had been saved. Lightroom then reported that the files were improper or damaged and unusable. Help! Bob
I've greatly enlarged the samples seen here, so we can see more of the details of what's going on. At two screen pixels per original camera pixel, this is pixel-peeping carried to an extreme(!) There's no good way to translate how images look when printed onto a computer screen; the impression caused by the structured grain simulation from the ACROS profile is much more subtle than the crops here would indicate. It's hard to convey in words; use the following links to download full-resolution versions of the above image, with the grain set to None, Weak and Strong and print them yourself to get a sense of what ACROS grain looks like.
I downloaded it an played around with it. One thing I noticed right off the bat is that there's no option (that I could find) to convert the RAW file to a TIF on the fly when using the \"open with another app\" option. I trying to set up my NIK plugins, but couldn't get them to work since it just sent the NEF file to the NIK software instead of a generated TIF file like the Capture NX-D will. 59ce067264