I’ve created a colour profile for the Sony a7rII using a Zeiss Loxia 50mm f/2.0 lens and an X-Rite Colour Checker. However, I did not use the X-Rite software and I believe the colours are considerably more accurate. Continue reading “Website Updates and Free Colour Profiles”
Adobe colours are completely incorrect by default
I’ve been playing with Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop, Image Data Converter (made by Sony), and JPGs from my Sony a7rII. I notice that by default, the colours from a RAW look vastly different to the JPGs out of camera. I know most people frown upon JPG shooting (myself included) but I somewhat prefer the colours; they look more natural.
After playing around with the options quite a lot, I’ve managed to get close to mimicking the JPG colours without too much hassle. Image Data Converter does it straight off the bat, and it’s interesting why Sony haven’t collaborated with Adobe. In my opinion, it’s a huge hassle to have to use that program and then export the files as tiff, to then edit them in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom. Continue reading “Upcoming article: colour correction with adobe lightroom, adobe photoshop and a Sony a7rII”
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