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What number settings do you use for Hue Saturation and Luminance on M10?

 

Also, do you mess with calibration settings - Red/Blue/Green Primary (Hue/Sat)?

 

Did anyone do a custom color profile yet that they can upload here?

 

Trying to get the right profile settings to be perfect in LR. Here's what I got using Adobe Standard (like it more than Leica profile):

 

 

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I made profiles for my M10, I mean Illuminant for: daylight, LED, flash, studio lamp. I don't want to change the original colour, saturation, etc ...

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Starting with Process "2012 (Current)" and Profile "Adobe Standard"; I am using these:

 

Red Primary:

Hue +10

Sat -5

 

Green Primary:

Hue 0

Sat 0

 

Blue Primary:

Hue -15

Sat -25

 

Not messing with the HSL settings.

 

Basically this has the same, or similar, effect as your HSL settings: tame the saturations of the reds and the blues, and make the reds more yellowish and the blues more greenish. I plan to replace my primary colour settings with a real profile, using the X-Rite ColorChecker and Adobe DNG Profile Editor ... but haven't yet.

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I made a profile. It did not change much. So I tried Olafs calibration settings. They are good, the only setting I did not like is turning the HUE for blue towards green. I tested some blue colors and now my setting remains at 0.

 

I think the Adobe Standard profile for the M10 is rather good. The changes I made are a matter of taste, mainly to give people with a reddisch skin a more pleasing look.

 

Elmar

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I made a profile. It did not change much. So I tried Olafs calibration settings. They are good, the only setting I did not like is turning the HUE for blue towards green. I tested some blue colors and now my setting remains at 0.

 

I think the Adobe Standard profile for the M10 is rather good. The changes I made are a matter of taste, mainly to give people with a reddisch skin a more pleasing look.

 

Elmar

 

 

 

Agree with all of this. Creating a profile in the same lighting conditions works best, but the difference is subtle. 01af's settings are good, but the blue hue was too much. Personally I find Adobe Standard the best place to start for most images.

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So I tried Olaf's calibration settings. They are good, the only setting I did not like is turning the hue for blue towards green. I tested some blue colors and now my setting remains at 0.

01af's settings are good, but the blue hue was too much.

After your critique, I checked my own settings with more of my pictures ... and I have to agree with you: Hue -15, Sat -25 indeed is too much. But still, Hue 0 renders the blues too purplish. So I reduced my Blue Primary settings to Hue -5, Sat -15.

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