Okay, as mentioned in another thread, I've been giving the Capture One (C1) Pro 7.01 RAW conversion software trial a chance, and I'm thinking of switching to it from Lightroom. A couple people commented that Lightroom and other software like Aperture have the ability to give the same results as C1 and that it comes down to knowing how to get the best out of the software, so I'm here to issue a challenge. Here are the rules: 1) You use the RAW file which is attached to this post (P8270257.orf) and process it in your RAW processing software of choice 2) You can use 3rd party plugins. Let us know which ones you used. 3) As far as noise reduction and sharpening goes, you may only use the global sliders for NR, sharpening, masking, etc. No painting over regions to apply selective sharpening or noise reduction by hand to specific areas like the sky or specific structures. 4) You may use selective tools that don't involve labor intensive painting and apply global changes. For example, feel free to use the Fringe Color Selector inkdropper tool in Lightroom. 5) Host your full-res processed JPEG offsite (eg Flickr, Smugmug, Zenfolio, Picasaweb) and embed it at 100% size in this thread. That's it. The more detail you can give about what you did, the more helpful it will be. The sample file is an Olympus E-M5 ISO 200 file taken at 1/800s using the Rokinon 7.5mm fisheye.