Maurizio Piraccini Photography: Sony (and Minolta) color profiles for Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Lightroom - UPDATED I've created new Adobe Camera Raw and Adobe Lightroom color profiles (standard, faithful, landscape, leica, portrait, neutral, positive film, skin tone darker, skin tone lighter, vivid blue, vivid green, vivid red e vivid) for every Sony (and Minolta) interchangeable lens cameras: I've photographed, under the direct sunlight, a 24 color GretagMacbeth / X-Rite table, then, after converting the RAW to DNG, I've created the standard color profiles with Adobe DNG Profile Editor. Starting from the standard profile and using as reference the "non standard" Nikon, Canon and Leica's profiles, I've created the creative profiles. The standard profiles are accurate only for the A700, the A850, the A900, the A55V, the NEX-5, the NEX-5N, the RX100 and the RX100M2 (where I've photographed the color table with the corresponding camera), for the other cameras I've just used the best matching one. The profile files must be saved under the following folder (be aware that it could be hidden):
Making Photo Books in Lightroom! (San Francisco) - SF Bay Area Lightroom User Group (San Francisco, CA June 22, 2012 · 6:30 PM This month's meetup will be in San Francisco, and we'll discuss the new Book module in Lightroom 4. We'll go through the complete process of making a book in Lightroom, from start to finish. The presentation will include a description of how to use Auto Layout Presets, which are a powerful tool for quickly and easily making the book you want in as few clicks as possible. 最新Adobe的P2P技术_酷树_CoolTree Cirrus (previously codename Stratus) 例如一个手机视频程序，允许一个视频用户连接另外在线视频用户，视频音频聊天。 在线测试地址： Using Lightroom camera profiles (and why Adobe Standard is a liability) « Howgreenisyourgarden's Blog One of the more tucked away features of Lightroom is the Camera Profile dropdown. It is right at the bottom of the develop module, under Camera Calibration. Lightroom Camera Calibration The Adobe Standard setting (which you will see if you have not made any changes to camera calibration) gives you ‘untouched RAW’; that is, without the effects of any camera post processing (colour correction, sharpening, etc). This is usually an accurate rendition of the raw data that came from your camera’s sensor and amplifier stage, but there are three potential problems; The final RAW will not look like the image you saw in your LCD in-camera.
Colour Accuracy « Howgreenisyourgarden's Blog I talked about accurate colour and its dependency on selecting accurate camera profiles in a previous article. I now look at the next logical step; creating my own camera profiles tailored to my camera/lens and the lighting conditions of each particular photo shoot. The problem with camera profiles. Using a camera profile for your camera is a step in the right direction, but as I have found since writing my previous blog on the subject, there are other issues to consider Each lens has different effects on colour. My Tamron 90 macro records greater vibrancy than my Sony 18-250 super-zoom. Downloads Nik Photography Cover Photo Selection – April 9, 2014Field of Vision © +Mark Seawell This week's cover photo belongs to +Mark Seawell. Mark is retired from the U.S Air Force.
fudgegraphics Photoshop Quick Tip: Separate a Logo from Coloured Background Using Gradient Maps Every once in a while a client sends me logo file as flat jpg that I need to include in a design. I always ask for vector files, but sometimes the person in charge cannot provide these. To make matters worse the background is coloured which makes it even harder to cut out the logo. While there are many techniques to separate content from the background in Photoshop I found that using gradient maps is a quick and non-destructive way to do so. This tip won’t work in all instances, but when it does it is very handy!
Basics of P2P in Flash Tutorial GitHub repository. Introduction Today we have released an update to Photoshop CC that includes Adobe Generator. Lightroom 4.0 Now Available « Lightroom Journal The Lightroom team is proud to announce the availability of Lightroom 4.0. With over 300,000 downloads of the Lightroom 4 public beta we’ve heard some resounding feedback that photographers would like to start using Lightroom 4 on a daily basis and migrate their previous Lightroom work to this latest version. We’re also excited to announce new pricing for Lightroom 4: $149 for those new to Lightroom and $79 for the Upgrade and Student/Teacher editions. (You can upgrade from any version of Lightroom to Lightroom 4) Download Lightroom 4.0Get Started with Julieanne Kost’s fantastic video tutorial series Changes since the public beta: