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- [Kevin] Hello everybody and thank you once again for tuning into my YouTube channel. Today I am going to go through my JPEG workflow for my Fuji Film files. Although most of this will actually apply to any camera that you use whether its Fuji Film, Canon, Sony, Nikon, whatever, it should all apply still. However this is the JPEG workflow that I use when Im shooting JPEGs. I recently did a video about the way that I edit my raw files both black and white and the color ones, Ill link to those above and one of the questions that came from that of course mostly was what about the JPEGs? How did you edit those JPEGs? So today I am going to answer that question and go through my JPEG workflow in Lightroom. (soft instrumental music) As always, it would be remise of me to actually not ask you to like, subscribe, hit that bell, smash it as they would say in America. But yeah, it really helps me if you do subscribe to the channel. The more numbers I get, the better it is for me, the mor