Well, I am being perhaps a little naughty here.
However, I have written to FujiFilm and asked if I can display some edits of their recently posted X100 sample images on the blog. I received a response which said it would be passed up the line and they would get back to me.
So, I am taking a small liberty but wish to show how some very simple post process steps can bring these X100 images to life. Most require very little and most have had very subtle adjustments. For all, mostly just some white balance, contrast and sharpening adjustments. A few have had some distortion, levelling and perspective adjustments also.
If this page does disappear, you'll know that FujiFilm declined my request.
In the meantime ...
Updates : Some more samples from Masaaki Aihara are available here
Also, have a look at the images by Hugo Poon. Click here
Note : Original (downsized for web) images followed by edit for all images. Clicking on any image will take you to a larger size. All processing done with SilkyPix DS Pro
The next image shows the two versions of the cat image (above) in a side by side view and as if shown at a print size of 16 x 24 inches. Click on the image to see a larger size.
The next image shows the two versions of the girl image (above) in a side by side view and as if shown at a print size of 16 x 24 inches. Click on the image to see a larger size.
For all FujiFilm X100 related posts - Click here