Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/02/20

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Subject: [Leica] Raw "developers"
From: len-1 at (Leonard Taupier)
Date: Tue Feb 20 19:26:45 2007
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Am I right when I say that Lightroom is the most accurate?


On Feb 20, 2007, at 10:18 PM, Carl Muckenhirn wrote:

> This new digital camera stuff is getting to be fun.
> Over the last 2 weeks since I got my M8, I've been (like most here)  
> trying to figure out how to get the best quality out of it. I've  
> played with LightRoom, Capture One, SilkyPix, RAW Developer,  
> Photoshop 3/ACR, BibblePro, just about everything I can get free or  
> for a demo.
> Whilst playing with these I noticed that some tools required a  
> little more "tweaking" than others, what I really found interesting  
> was how differently these tools rendered the DNG files. So I  
> selected a picture (nothing exotic about it other than that I was  
> wearing a magenta shirt!) and "developed" it in each of the above  
> programs, a little Photoshoping and this is the result:
> L1000110.jpg.html
> All I did was open the file, using the defaults and do an "auto  
> WB." The results were quite interesting. I had expected to have  
> pretty similar results, you can see that there is quite a bit of  
> difference.
> c.
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