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Comments on: What are your D200 settings? http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/ Digital Photography Articles and Tutorials, Photography Postprocessing under Photoshop - Photographie numerique articles et tutoriaux, post-traitement et retouche photographique sous photoshop Tue, 16 Oct 2018 01:47:59 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.2.1 By: Stephen http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-24 Stephen Sat, 04 Aug 2007 14:13:56 +0000 http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-24 Hi Julien, Great site! I'm a fellow D200 user (love it) and I also shoot RAW for all my important shots. You mention using Lightroom and I'm curious to know how you find the colours it produces compared to say a JPG from the camera or a RAW conversion from Nikon Capture? The reason I ask is that I really liked the workflow of ACR and Lightroom but I was never happy with the colours I got. Did you do any special calibration or adjustments to the lightroom settings? I find skin tones in portraits can be especially hard to get right in certain lighting conditions, no matter what I try to adjust... Thanks! Stephen <p class="jr"> <span>Julien : </span>Hum, I think I see what you are talking about but my main problems are with luminous yellow things like fire, fire looks just horrible under lightroom compared to nikon capture but if I adjust the camera calibration panel (especially red primary) I'm able to correct the problem. </p> Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /homepages/15/d175376943/htdocs/BLOG_JR_WORDPRESS/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 74

Hi Julien,

Great site! I’m a fellow D200 user (love it) and I also shoot RAW for all my important shots. You mention using Lightroom and I’m curious to know how you find the colours it produces compared to say a JPG from the camera or a RAW conversion from Nikon Capture? The reason I ask is that I really liked the workflow of ACR and Lightroom but I was never happy with the colours I got. Did you do any special calibration or adjustments to the lightroom settings? I find skin tones in portraits can be especially hard to get right in certain lighting conditions, no matter what I try to adjust…

Thanks!

Stephen

Julien : Hum, I think I see what you are talking about but my main problems are with luminous yellow things like fire, fire looks just horrible under lightroom compared to nikon capture but if I adjust the camera calibration panel (especially red primary) I’m able to correct the problem.

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By: Laurent http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-20 Laurent Wed, 01 Aug 2007 01:12:34 +0000 http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-20 Hi Julien, (since you spend time translating your site, I'll translate my comment as well ;o) 2 comments: -I believe that choosing the color space isn't necessary when shooting RAW. You can choose which color space to use when you develop. -Regarding the comparison JPG vs RAW <a href="http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/francais/post-traitement-photos-numeriques/la-base-pourquoi-utiliser-le-format-raw-pour-la-retouche-photo/" rel="nofollow">here</a> Can you tell us what format of image you are using in Photoshop (for the RAW image, since the JPG is by definition a 8 bits image): JPG (8 bits) - TIF (8 or 16 bits) - or a PSD file with the RAW file as a dynamic object? Cheers! Laurent <p class="jr"> <span>Julien : </span> Yes Laurent, I realize that I put the info without think about it and you're perfectly right. It is even more stupid cause I'm editing in ProPhoto RGB since I'm using lightroom. The main reason why I set adobe RGB in my camera was to "suggest" to my previous raw converter to use it as the default color space, it is no longer useful for me but I keep it in the case I use another tool than lightroom or if I shoot in JPG. Thanks for you pertinent remark ! </p> Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /homepages/15/d175376943/htdocs/BLOG_JR_WORDPRESS/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 74

Hi Julien,

(since you spend time translating your site, I’ll translate my comment as well ;o)

2 comments:
-I believe that choosing the color space isn’t necessary when shooting RAW. You can choose which color space to use when you develop.

-Regarding the comparison JPG vs RAW here
Can you tell us what format of image you are using in Photoshop (for the RAW image, since the JPG is by definition a 8 bits image):
JPG (8 bits) - TIF (8 or 16 bits) - or a PSD file with the RAW file as a dynamic object?

Cheers!

Laurent

Julien :
Yes Laurent, I realize that I put the info without think about it and you’re perfectly right. It is even more stupid cause I’m editing in ProPhoto RGB since I’m using lightroom. The main reason why I set adobe RGB in my camera was to “suggest” to my previous raw converter to use it as the default color space, it is no longer useful for me but I keep it in the case I use another tool than lightroom or if I shoot in JPG. Thanks for you pertinent remark !

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By: Jason Brozek http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-12 Jason Brozek Fri, 27 Jul 2007 03:21:02 +0000 http://articles.j-roumagnac.net/english/frequently-asked-questions/what-are-your-camera-settings/#comment-12 Does the Adobe RGB have a much better difference on color than the sRGB? Like is it worth it to switch? <p class="jr"> <span>Julien : </span>This is a very good question Jason, I don't use sRGB for a specific reason, aRGB is not better than sRGB, it is just different and in some case more adapted but I cannot explain it in a few lines. That will be the subject of another article ;) . </p> Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /homepages/15/d175376943/htdocs/BLOG_JR_WORDPRESS/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 74

Does the Adobe RGB have a much better difference on color than the sRGB? Like is it worth it to switch?

Julien : This is a very good question Jason, I don’t use sRGB for a specific reason, aRGB is not better than sRGB, it is just different and in some case more adapted but I cannot explain it in a few lines. That will be the subject of another article ;) .

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