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Aug 06, 2012 21:50 |  #1

When I import photos lately into Aperture 3 after they are "loaded" they turn a "warm color" compared to the first few seconds the first time I see them on my iMac. So, I'm wondering what is happening. The photo below the first time I seen it it had a better greener look to it while loading than after it is loaded. So what is happening Thanks

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Aug 07, 2012 01:52 |  #2

Are these Raw pics?

Maybe if you showed us a screen shot of your Before and After it would help as well?


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Aug 07, 2012 07:52 |  #3

Yes they are raw files.


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Aug 07, 2012 09:40 |  #4

Would this be anything like LR does and at first shows the in camera JPG thumbnail as its loading, then once loaded the program does some auto stuff on the image and changes it?
Ive no idea how Aperture works but that sounds like whats happening.


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Aug 07, 2012 12:06 |  #5

wysiwyg59 wrote in post #14825148 (external link)
Yes they are raw files.

dave_bass5 wrote in post #14825540 (external link)
Would this be anything like LR does and at first shows the in camera JPG thumbnail as its loading, then once loaded the program does some auto stuff on the image and changes it?
Ive no idea how Aperture works but that sounds like whats happening.

I don't have a Mac/Aperture, but what Dave says is likely the case -- your "quick view" of the image is of the jpeg that has been embedded in the Raw file, which is rendered in the camera using the in-camera settings. Aperture doesn't use those in-camera settings when it renders the Raw data, and so an image will show differences.

The only software that will be consistent between the "quick view" and the default rendered Raw data is the Canon Raw processing software Digital Photo Professional (DPP).

However, once you get used to other Raw processors you can tweak your image to whatever pleases you.


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Aug 07, 2012 12:27 |  #6

Thanks.


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