LR WB auto or else are not good. I always keep the WB as is , unless there's a
major issue in mixed lighting for instance, and I then adjust by eye and hand.
Also, I don’t know about the pana (I’m now using fujis exclusively) but I have
access to a number of film profiles other than Adobe’s that make a real
difference (think Velvia, across, Provia, Chrome, etc.).
You could check on that too.
And finally, there’s a box somewhere down the list of settings, that allows you
to use the embedded profile of the lens. That might also have an effect.
Hope this helps.
Should it not, and so long as the flaw is consistent, you could simply create
your own profile for imports.
> Le 10 mai 2020 à 21:32, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
> Seeking help from the "Collective".
> I'm not sure if it's a result of an Adobe update or a camera setting
> or changed expectations, but I'm running into a problem with my GX85
> files. Please keep in mind that I'm a CC user, and that's my chosen
> work environment.
> The White Balance in CC is too magenta-red in my images. Of course,
> auto WB in Lightroom is going to be VERY warm, but this isn't that.
> It's like there is a reddish tint to the images even when I select
> "Daylight". Silkypix seems more neutral, but then I run into other
> The other thing I'm encountering, and it appears to be converter
> independent, is that I'm not getting rich colors in standard daylight
> like the other cameras. Sunny day pictures have the appearance of
> about a full stop of overexposure even though they aren't. Blue skies
> are just going light blue and buried in the haze. The comparative is
> that I'm using a polarizer on the other cameras and letting this one
> be au natural.
> It's as though....
> Input anyone?
> AG Schnozz
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