In this article, I am going to talk about all the techniques that I use to make sure I get sharp images with Fujifilm X-T2. The following is the YouTube video.
Ever since I switched from Nikon to Fujifilm, I heard a lot of complains from people about sharpening Fujifilm X-Trans sensor RAW files, especially in Adobe Lightroom. I often saw people commented on my YouTube channel or other YouTube channels, saying they experienced wormy artifacts when sharpening in Lightroom. I have played with sharpening RAW files ever since I switched to Fujifilm X-T2. Today I am sharing my workaround of this problem.
The auto bracketing feature on Fujifilm X-T2 only allows to take three exposures. For my landscape photography work, I sometimes want five exposures with one stop between exposures. Only capturing three exposures at a time, Fujifilm X-T2's auto bracketing feature is not as easy to use as Nikon D750 that I was used to. But I found a workaround to capture six different exposures very quickly with Fujifilm X-T2's auto bracketing feature.