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RZ67 @RZ67 16. Jan 2010, 14:49

Na enem blogu, ki ga redno spremljam, sem zadnjič zasledil tale review
http://www.gavingough.com/2010/01/x-rite-colorchecker-passport-review/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+gavingough+%28Gavin+Gough%3A+Freelance+Travel+Photographer%29

Zadeva mi je izredno zanimiva, predvsem za dosego pravih kožnih tonov.

Edit: Za uporabo DNG profilov ni treba pretvarjat proizvajalčevega RAW v DNG thumbsup

Iz Adobejove strani:
Why are the new profiles called "DNG camera profiles"? Can they only be used with DNG images?

The name "DNG camera profile" is used because (1) the underlying camera profile format comes from the DNG 1.2 specification and (2) these camera profiles can be embedded in DNG images.

The name does not mean that these profiles can only be used to process DNG images. In fact, the new Adobe Standard camera profile and Camera Matching camera profile can be used to process both DNG and non-DNG images.
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WhiteCell @WhiteCell 16. Jan 2010, 15:04

http://www.lightroomkillertips.com/


ravno obširna debata razlaga o DNGju
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RZ67 @RZ67 16. Jan 2010, 18:23

WhiteCell je napisal/a:
ravno obširna debata razlaga o DNGju


Hvala, bom pogledal link. Sem pa ravno ugotovil, da za delo z DNG profili in ColorChecker Passportom ne rabiš pretvarjat proizvajalčevega RAW v DNG in bom zato še naprej ostal na Canonovem .CR2 formatu z zapisom sprememb v .xmp datoteko.


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