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I’m about to purchase a Fuji X100V and know that some photographers have complained in the past about Lightrooms ability to render crisp fine details eg foliage.

I plan to edit “on the move” and wish to use L/R C/C on my Ipad Pro to fine tune my Fuji Jpegs.

I like L/R as the process from start to finish seems seamless - Great.

The point is this. Will the relatively new “enhance details” feature on lightroom work for Jpegs or is it purely for Raw ?

I like the idea of Jpegs, as Fuji’s are very good however sometimes a tweak is necessary.

Thank you much for reading this.


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