Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/05/15

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Subject: [Leica] M9 issues
From: images at (Tina Manley)
Date: Sat, 15 May 2010 20:48:13 -0400
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The fringing is usually due to the lens.  I have never had fringing with any
Leica lenses, but Canon wide angles are notorious for fringing.  It's not
due to M9 but to the lens.

The excess green is related to profiles.  Make your own profile or use LR's.
 For the M9 my profiles include a strong green minus.  You can read about
how to make profiles here:

<>Or there are
plenty of canned solutions.

Good luck!


On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 8:07 PM, Stan Yoder <s.yoder at> wrote:

> 1) Fringing. This may have been discussed already, but I'm finding that the
> tops of trees fringe into blue-violet, esp. with wides. Is this a known M9
> artifact? Solutions? The de-fringing option in LR and PS doesn't help much.
> 2) Excess green. Opening M9 DNGs in LR 2.6.1, there is 'way too much green
> saturation - trees, grass. I have to reduce it c.70%. Whatta?
> Thanks for any comments, private or public.
> Stan Yoder
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Tina Manley, ASMP

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