OT camera: question colour vibrant in photos

Paul Stenquist pnstenquist at comcast.net
Thu Sep 17 20:21:57 EDT 2020


A lot of Nikon amateurs shoot jpegs in a vibrant mode. Render your photos the way you want them to look. Don’t worry about turning too many knobs. It’s not possible.

Paul

> On Sep 17, 2020, at 5:57 PM, Ken Waller <kwaller at peoplepc.com> wrote:
> 
> I know I’ve seen presentations discussing the color differences among various makers cameras.
> 
> How did you observe the color differences? If you made your observation directly from their camera bodies, they may have made in-camera adjustments effecting the color of those images.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: ann sanfedele <annsan at nyc.rr.com>
>> Sent: Sep 17, 2020 1:04 PM
>> Subject: Re: OT camera: question colour vibrant in photos
>> 
>> Adobe RGB is best for printing -- SRGB best for viewing on (most?) 
>> digital devices ..   somewhere I read or was told that.
>> 
>> ann
>> 
>>> On 9/17/2020 11:10 AM, David J Brooks wrote:
>>> I have a concern of late, it involves my D7200 compared to friends that
>>> have ff ni,kons.
>>> 
>>> In regards to my latest GESO i saw GESO;s of others that were on the field
>>> trip using nikon FF and noticed that their colours are much more vibrant
>>> than mine. They attest to very little if any LR or PS adjustments and i'm
>>> usually doing some minor adjustments to try and bring the pop to the
>>> colours but seem to fall flatter than theirs.
>>> 
>>> I usually don't have an issue with my K-5 .
>>> 
>>> I read a while back that Nikon tends to lean to the reds and browns and
>>> Pentax leans to the blues and greens. I also use RAW as they do and Abobe
>>> RGB colour space in camera.
>>> 
>>> Any thoughts or tips??
>>> 
>>> Dave
>>> 
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