fujifilm X-M1: RAW Tone Curve profile

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fujifilm X-M1: RAW Tone Curve profile

a rainy day is perfect for starting playing a bit more w/ LZ. jokes apart here it is my first humble attempt to make a RAW Tone Curve profile for my X-M1. any suggestions/corrections are greatly appreciated.
take care,

<Template version="8">
<Scale Factor="0.16720517"/>
<Image path=""/>
<ZoneOperation Active="true" Collapsed="false" Locked="false" Mode="Normal" Name="RAW Tone Curve" Opacity="100" layerControlsIndex="0" regionsInverted="false" scale="0">
<ColorSelection HueBlue="0.5" HueEnabled="true" HueGreen="0.5" HueRadius="-1.0" HueRed="0.5" Inverted="false" LuminosityEnabled="true" LuminosityLower="0.0" LuminosityLowerFeather="0.0" LuminosityUpper="1.0" LuminosityUpperFeather="0.0"/>
<Points Size="16">
<Point X="6" Y="0.4690265486725664"/>
<Point X="9" Y="0.6946902654867256"/>
<Point X="11" Y="0.8185840707964602"/>
<Point X="12" Y="0.8761061946902655"/>
<Point X="13" Y="0.9601769911504425"/>
<Point X="14" Y="1.0"/>
<Crop Angle="0.0"/>

How's it look?

How's it look?

the tone curve has been

the tone curve has been tweaked with the following values:


however the picture seems a bit dull imho.




In LightZone, dull is good! 

In LightZone, dull is good!  At least for the default , initial conversion.  You can always add your own tweaking , color, contrast, and sharpening, and save it as a style to be applied to your raws either individually in the editor or as a batch process through the browser.  You can even have multiple raw styles for different sorts of images: portraits, landscapes, architectural, high contrast, low contrast, & etc.

actually later I've applied

actually later I've applied some more tweak and in the end the result was good enough. thanks!