Sony a7rII – Colour Theory & Free Profiles

In time, I will discuss colour theory in regards to the Sony a7II, Sony a7sII and Sony a7rII, and the relevant applications used to create colour profiles. I also aim to provide various colour profiles made using various lenses under various lighting conditions.

It will take a while to complete this page but for now, please try out a couple of free colour profiles I have created; hopefully you will find them useful:

  Sony a7rII - Zeiss Loxia 50mm Colour Profile (unknown, 17 hits)
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  Sony a7rII - Zeiss Loxia 50mm Colour Profile Accurate (unknown, 18 hits)
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These free Sony a7rII camera colour profiles should be stored at the location above. Change “username” to whatever is appropriate.

 

The second free Sony a7rII camera colour profile is the most accurate but the first is usable depending on the reds in your scene. Using the second free Sony a7rII camera colour profile and no other edits, what I have created seems fairly accurate.

As you can see, the grass is a rich, accurate green and there’s plenty of dynamic range without having to adjust the shadow/highlight bars. The photograph is completely unedited excluding the free Sony a7rII camera colour profile that has been applied.

2 thoughts on “Sony a7rII – Colour Theory & Free Profiles”

    1. Yeah it works fine for me, but in my experience different colour profiles are useful under different lighting conditions. Are you using these in natural light, and with which lens? If I have the lens, I could try mimic that setup and make a colour profile for you.

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