Slightly out of topic, and yet.
Don’t you have access to the fuji film simulations? I can choose among nearly
ten of them on top of Adobe’s.
> Le 27 mars 2020 à 01:11, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> As you all know, I had a hate-hate relationship with Canon colors.
> It's been something that has irked me to no end. But I have finally
> found a setting tweak that is a game-changer for me.
> Go to the "Camera Calibration" pane.
> Process Version 5 is required for this. I wouldn't personally
> recommend any of the previous processors as it really is superior in
> almost every way.
> Under "Reset Blue Primary" move the hue to the left a little bit.
> Depending on the image, I will use from -5 to -10.
> And then in the Profile Pane, I can use "Adobe Vivid". Without the
> adjustment to the blue primary under the camera calibration, it's
> nearly impossible to use anything but "Adobe Color".
> Adjust tones and color balance as required. Interestingly, with these
> settings, I find that I don't have to adjust the color temperature of
> the image much at all. Even daylight will fly.
> Your mileage may vary. This is, by no means, a cure-all. But it is a
> setting change that I can now go to before diving off the deep end.
> I'll investigate this further to see what other adjustments can be
> made to make the images "richer", not just "warmer".
> Oh, and this is also a great way to correct the overly aquamarine
> colored skies from Olympus cameras. Just move the "Reset Blue Primary"
> slider to the right a touch. +5 or so will balance the skies out.
> AG Schnozz
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