By AMcBHi all,
I wanted to raise some concerns about the colour rendering of my M10P's DNG files by Capture One.
I am currently using Capture One 12. About to upgrade to 20.
I have seen some comments on here already that the M10 ICC profile is way oversaturated. I have been using the DNG File Neutral setting instead.
Something that has been bugging me is that when looking at photos shot in shadow, Capture One has removed almost all of the colour from the dark areas of the picture. It's pretty much like looking at a black and white photograph. I have found that this is a particularly an issue with any red in the shadow - Capture One pretty much removes it entirely.
I am finding this to be a particular nuisance when trying to lift detail out of the shadows, only to find that there is no colour in the shadows.
Has anyone else encountered this issue and has anyone found a fix that they might be able to help me out with?
By Basti HansenHey Guys! I’m new to this forum since I got my Q2 today :) I imported DNGs to Capture One 20 and the colors are completely off - way way over saturated and shifting towards magenta right after import with no adjustments applied.
In Lightroom the colors I see represent what I see in camera. What’s the reason for that? I read that capture one 20 deals with native DNGs just fine. Is there a fix for it? A setting I’m not seeing etc?
By HarleyTuskI’m new to photography and to Leica.
I just got a M10p and I’m a little intimidated. I still don’t have a lens yet (getting by next week)
The quick start instructions labels the large, main setting wheel as the “Shutter Speed Setting Wheel”. And the other wheel as the “ISO Setting wheel”
How & where do you set the Aperture?
Please post anything you think may be useful to a beginner about using the M10p!
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