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Apr 18, 2013 08:59 |  #1

I've noticed with these that my red for example, I almost always move it to about -23. Then the green and yellow I usually move towards the yellow side. This is generally for shooting in daylight.

Is this somewhat of a camera color calibration slider? Or is it more an artistic slider?


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Apr 18, 2013 18:01 |  #2

Have you explored the Camera Calibration tab? Maybe a different profile would suit you better?


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Apr 18, 2013 21:45 |  #3

SmokeySiFy wrote in post #15841197 (external link)
I've noticed with these that my red for example, I almost always move it to about -23. Then the green and yellow I usually move towards the yellow side. This is generally for shooting in daylight.

Is this somewhat of a camera color calibration slider? Or is it more an artistic slider?

IMO it's more of an artistic slider unless you are using it to correct skin tones following a procedure similar to the one on the following site: http://pixelationblog.​wordpress.com …-skin-tones-in-lightroom/ (external link)

I've rarely found a need to use it and most of the time when I have used it it's been to correct scans of old film where the colors are way off.

It's really odd that you "almost always move it to -23". I'd think you'd almost always never have to touch it :) Is your monitor calibrated?


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