i still post. i swear. especially when it's gonna tick the counter for post number 300. boom.
anyway, came across something in LR today that I'm digging. calibration. I just discovered it, and haven't really got it all figured out yet, but it's already making a huge difference in some of my processing. If you guys have any expirience or input on this subject, I'd really appreciate it. Here's a look at some screen shots from an image it made a big difference on... (please excuse the lame composition, it's not the best image, but showcases the calibration well.)
unprocessed RAW file:
RAW file with basic processing, including the "adobe standard" calibration, which is the default setting:
same processing as the image above, this time with "camera neutral" calibration:
looks about a bajillion times better, IMO. i know LR allows you to apply custom calibration to files upon import, for a specific camera. So, I'm gonna be looking into that soon. Thoughts? Advice?