While I made her oatmeal she posed for this little portrait. What a way to make a Daddy's heart melt.
I'll admit one aspect of Fujifilm which draws me in are these great colors in the JPEGS. I can get very accurate digital colors, and I can simulate various films. I shot a lot with Fujifilm back in the 80's while in high school. So maybe it is a nostalgia effect in my brain, but whatever it is I think it works.
The effect of colors, and their variations through film or digital editing, significantly effect the mood of people reviewing the photo. It can make you in the eyes of some viewers and break you in the viewpoint of others. Unlike my film negative days. we can change the colors most of the time to suite not only our personal taste, but our audience as well. In any post processing development we owe it to ourselves to explore this type of photo nuance to see if better choices exist than we initially made.
This is the power of shooting JPEG + RAW. You can obtain an in camera perspective as well as a perspective from your (most of the the time) external RAW converter. Using the RAW you will of course have more data to work with in manipulating the photo to suite your tastes. I will caution you though, RAW is no processed the same way in each converter. Again you owe it yourself to really look at the results you get from your RAW converter to see if they are the best for your camera. In my case, the ACR version of Fujifilm X-Trans RAF files demonstrate higher levels of smearing and odd yellow channel color shift in greens than either Aperture or Capture One. I like both Aperture and Capture One's conversions. A stand alone RAW converter called Iridient Developer shows even more promise than the other last two...it just adds another step in your workflows.