I will not be surprised if it is Adobe, here is why:
I have an older version CS2 and any time use "Browse" i.e. Adobe Bridge, the
application first applies some settings that slightly alter the images, before
letting me open files. It also automatically saves the changes.
I have looked and also have consulted the Internet in order to stop it from
doing that, but unfortunately, have not found the cure yet. I have not tried
reinstalling the application, because of lack of time and also being part of
I know, I didn't help you much.
> 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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