With the Fujifilm GFX100 now supported by Capture One, Australian surfing photographer Russell Ord explains his process and how he made the switch from Lightroom to get the most out of his Fujifilm images.
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Recently, I was lucky enough to borrow a new Wacom Mobile Studio Pro for a few weeks, as I was keen to try this as a tethering solution in the field. This product basically combines all the elements of a Wacom Graphics Tablet, 4k Display and a pretty powerful tablet computer to boot. As a self confessed Mac fan and Windows-phobe it was also going to be a good test if I could cope with Windows 10 as an OS as well. The model I had on loan was the larger of the two, at 16 inches with an i7 processor. More info on the Wacom Mobile Studio Pro here I was keen to try this in conjunction with my 2016 MacBook Pro as the Mobile Studio Pro can also act as a secondary display to this, with just a simple USB-C to USB-C connection. No adapters required! Therefore, I thought I could a) capture in the field with the Wacom and b) transfer the data to my MacBook Pro back at home and use …