K-7, shadow compensation and raw file conversion
P. J. Alling
webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 12:16:23 EDT 2009
Since Light room won't even install on my machine, but the Pentax
software does, so that's what I;m using for my K20D files. Yes the
interface is clunky compared to what I was using before, but it gets the
job done. I haven't needed a really smooth workflow for a large number
of images since I got the K20 but if it becomes necessary, I guess I'll
find a way to work the upgrade costs into the budget.
Bong Manayon wrote:
> Yup! Got similar results. Except if the Pentax/Silkypix was bad
> enough to begin with, the interface of the version that comes with the
> K-7 is really a pain. For a while, I thought - "hey! it looks like
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 7:26 PM, AlunFoto <alunfoto at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I played with the shadow compensation feature in the K-7 this
>> week-end, to see how much it actually compressed the histogram. It
>> looked good on the camera screen, and the amount of detail lifted out
>> of the mirk was quite significant, using the Pentax/Silkypix software.
>> With LightRoom there was virtually no difference at all, between
>> turning it to max and turning it off.
>> I shoot DNG.
>> Anyone else had similar experience?
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