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  • michaelafoley
    new technique
    by michaelafoley
    Could you help me figure out the color process they use in the attached image to get this look. I think it might be a 3 color process or Camera Raw light fill adjustment with HD.
    Let me know! Thank you so much in advance.
    04-20-2013, 11:40 AM
  • MikeyPee
    Custom DNG Profiles
    by MikeyPee
    If you don't know already, DNG profiles are basically the starting point of your photo when importing Raw photos through Camera Raw and Lightroom.

    My default profile that I use most is "Camera Neutral" because it give me more dynamic range to work with.

    11-20-2011, 02:08 PM
  • santoro80
    My photos are darker in computer than in camera
    by santoro80
    When I'm shooting with strobes with camera in "manual mode" I'm evaluating my exposure on camera LCD display. When I take some picture, the exposure is ok on camera LCD display, but when I open it in Bridge or Camera Raw, its suddenly much darker. I need to increase the exposure about 1-2...
    10-17-2010, 04:10 PM
  • willdoak
    Are on-camera histograms trustworthy?
    by willdoak
    According to Deke McClelland (Photoshop CS2 Mastering Camera Raw, "Shooting Considerations" if you subscribe to, on-camera histograms can't be trusted when you're shooting raw, because they "measure the results of JPEG-type presets [that would be] applied to the raw image,...
    09-04-2008, 10:12 AM
  • brsaicnaztrkou
    How come this photograph turns into this??
    by brsaicnaztrkou
    Hi everyone,

    I've been trying to figure out what auto processes are done to correct the image below. I am shooting raw and the files have been saved in both .jpeg and .dng format. I've spent like more than a month now trying to get the same result with the .dng to make it look like the...
    04-17-2016, 10:03 AM