Compressed RAF, RawTherapee help?
How can ya tell the difference between a compressed RAF and an uncompressed RAF? The only way I know is that the compressed RAF is 2-3 times larger than the JPEG, whereas the uncompressed is 4-5 times larger.
I've been developing some RAF files in the new XF 50/2.0 WR gallery, and RawTherapee works well on all of them so far. It seems very fast. I'm inexperienced with Raw development, so here's a question.
The ACR converted images in the XF 50/2 gallery have higher midtone contrast than what I'm getting. Can anyone suggest an adjustment that would produce this in RawTherapee? Examples upon request.
Normally I'd think of Curves adjustment, gamma boost, or local contrast enhancement, but I think I did request the third.
P.S. I do not own a Fuji X camera except the XF1, which has EXR not X-Trans sensor.
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