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ich bin absolut neu im Laca-Club ;-)

Jetzt habe ich am Anfang im jpg und dng parallel fotografiert und habe folgendes festgestellt.

Die Farben der Leica-Jpg-Daten sind der Wahnsinn.

Doch sobald Lightroom für die DNG-Daten die Vorschauen rendert ist der tolle Look verschwunden ;-(

Mit Einstellungen und Presets komme ich nicht an den originalen Look der Jpg-Daten ran, würde aber gerne im DNG-fotografieren.


Gibt es eine "Workaround", Presets oder wie erhält man die Farben von Leica bei den DNG's und kann diese trotzdem bearbeiten.


Vielen dank für die Hilfe,



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Das ist immer ein schwieriges Thema... LR fängt beim Importieren quasi mit dem Bild immer wieder "von vorne an". Ganz besonders traurig fand ich das in der Vergangenheit dann, wenn ich z.B. schöne sw-Einstellungen für die jpg gefunden hatte (M8) und dann LR das nicht interessiert hat.  


Ich persönlich habe daher irgendwann aufgehört jpg zu machen. Die Gründe, warum ich die mal in der Vergangenheit brauchte, gibt es bei mir nicht mehr. 


Du wirst zum Thema Einstellungen recht viel hier finden. Mal ein Link:



Sonst gibt es im englischen Teil auch immer wieder Diskussionen; musst mal suchen. 


Ich persönlich mache das noch anders: Ich habe mir für meine Kamera und Objektive (noch nicht für alle... aber die meisten

) für ein bestimmtes Licht Profile erstellt. Die nehme ich meistens. Sowas geht z.B. mit einem Colorchecker. 

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