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Eoin,

Great work. I have just one question. With your new profile, do we keep the 10 mb files like in the Apple profile? Maybe these things have nothing to do with each other...

Thanks for reply!

Greetings, Harold

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Harold, yes since the 10.4.10 update there is no need to process the files through Adobe DNG converter anymore. The standard M8 DNG can be imported directly into aperture and will retain it's 10.1Mb size.

 

Just a quick point to everyone else, in Aperture the basic raw processing settings in the raw adjustment panel set the boost to 1 I would suggest you turn this down to .75 for better highlight control. Try it and see what you think, if you agree you can set it as a camera default so it will be automatically done on loading the file.

 

Jono mentioned to me in emails that the Greens were not to his liking, I don't shoot much landscapes but one or two I checked I'd have to agree with him, greens have a tendency to shift towards yellow. I've made some adjustments and sent them to jono for his opinion. So when I have some more feedback I'll update the profile for you all.

 

Aperture is very fussy about white balance and colours shift quite a lot, check your white balance and the colours should be good.

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Thanks Eoin!

If you might land in Portugal, I could offer you some bagasso (kind of grappa), homemade without any additives... Look forward to see profile with Jono's greens..

Cheers,

Harold

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