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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4

Thank you so much.  Changing the camera setting in Develop mode from Adobe Standard to Camera Standard made a HUGE difference in the appearance of the image.  Exactly what I was looking for.  My next question is, how do I make Camera Standard my Default Setting for LR.  It seems I have to go in and change it for each imagae separately.

 

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Brian

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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4


@BrianMcKenna wrote:

Thank you so much.  Changing the camera setting in Develop mode from Adobe Standard to Camera Standard made a HUGE difference in the appearance of the image.  Exactly what I was looking for.  My next question is, how do I make Camera Standard my Default Setting for LR.  It seems I have to go in and change it for each imagae separately.

 

Thanks

Brian


Lightroom is not a Canon product.  Support for LR is provided by Adobe. 

 

However, I use a User Preset during "Import" to apply settings to image as they are added to the Catalog.  The selection is visible above the "Import" and "Cancel" buttons.  You can apply a wide range of settings with Import presets.  These are the same User Presets that are used during "Export" operations.

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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4


@Waddizzle wrote:

@BrianMcKenna wrote:

Thank you so much.  Changing the camera setting in Develop mode from Adobe Standard to Camera Standard made a HUGE difference in the appearance of the image.  Exactly what I was looking for.  My next question is, how do I make Camera Standard my Default Setting for LR.  It seems I have to go in and change it for each imagae separately.

 

Thanks

Brian


Lightroom is not a Canon product.  Support for LR is provided by Adobe. 

 

However, I use a User Preset during "Import" to apply settings to image as they are added to the Catalog.  The selection is visible above the "Import" and "Cancel" buttons.  You can apply a wide range of settings with Import presets.  These are the same User Presets that are used during "Export" operations.


If fixing it in LR turns out to be too cumbersome, you might get the same effect by changing the camera's color space from sRGB to Adobe RGB. The setting is in the second red menu on a 7D2.

Bob
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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4

Thanks Bob.  Making the adjustments you suggested in Lightroom worked great.  Although I do have to admit, I kind of like Dr too.  The latest version is pretty good.

 

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Brian

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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4


@BrianMcKenna wrote:

Thanks Bob.  Making the adjustments you suggested in Lightroom worked great.  Although I do have to admit, I kind of like Dr too.  The latest version is pretty good.

 

Thanks

Brian


Glad they worked for you. But actually, those were Waddizzle's suggestions; he's the Lightroom user. I rely on DPP and have never used LR.

Bob
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Re: Lightroom 5.7.1 vs Digital Photo Professional 4

TY OP for a great thread! Glad to hear that, Bob because I really don't want to have to pay for LR when I already bought Luminar Learning it and loving it) so I am glad to hear that you like DPP4. I just downloaded it when I bought the 6d mark ii.

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