My journey in digital photograpy started 5 months ago when I bought a Sony A6000. After a lot of searching online trying to find the best Linux RAW editors, I ended up starting learning how to use Darktable and Raw Therapee.

5 months later, two major changes happened: I sold my Sony System ( the A6000 with the kit plus another 3 lenses) for a Fuji X-T20 and I installed Windows (using a KVM virtual machine with PCI passthrough - I will write about it on a separate article) for the first time after many years in order to be able to try some famous RAW editing Windows software.

I have spent most of my time learning Lightroom and Capture One and I have to admit that I am really in love with the latter. I won’t go into details in this post, but as I am currently expecting the X-T20 to arrive, I am already preparing my fuji RAW editing workflow.

Unfortunately, Capture One doesn’t currently offer any film simulation profile (like Lightroom does) for Fuji X series cameras. However, thanks to fleckintosh and Scottie Wang we are now able to use some of the most popular fuji film simulations.

I have already downloaded the profiles from the link above and renamed the (X-Pro2)files accordingly in order to match X-T20 camera. All you need to do is to download the following file:

unzip it and place the files to:

C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local\CaptureOne\Color Profiles

if you use Windows:

Macintosh HD/Library/ColorSync/Profiles

if you use Mac Os X.