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Alex_Mustard

Member Since 16 Jan 2003
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In Topic: RAW converters

27 August 2015 - 12:41 AM

Yes. The solution is to make a profile with a higher Tint starting point. This one was called 40T - as it adds an extra 40 units of Tint before you start using the Lightroom controls. 

 

String’s problem is that Canon cameras in particular can add more tint in camera (more than +150) than you can in Lightroom (limited to +150). DPP supports this in the Canon RAW file. Lightroom does not. It is why I always tell Canon shooters to use RAW + JPG when shooting filters. Or use this work around. 

 

You can also achieve a similar affect with the sliders in the Camera Calibration module - but I find them fiddly to use. The Custom profile solution is one click simple and it s stored in Lightroom for future use. The profiles are Camera specific.

 

Alex


In Topic: RAW converters

26 August 2015 - 11:55 PM

These are the Lightroom adjustments I made. It was only a quick process - so these were all I bothered with (the answer is in there - although not easy to spot):

 

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Alex

 

 


In Topic: RAW converters

26 August 2015 - 11:52 PM

I would be careful doing big WB colour adjustments on Graduated Filter/Brush Tool in Lightroom. To my eyes these work much more destructively to image quality than global adjustments of WB. 


In Topic: RAW converters

26 August 2015 - 08:57 AM

Here is a version of the turtle unprocessed and processed in Lightroom and only in Lightroom with a few clicks - (this is just a virtual copy of the original file):

 

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In Topic: Nikonos V and Aquatica Port

24 August 2015 - 11:27 PM

What a cool piece of kit. The dome port/shades need to be rotated 90˚.