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By jrpI post process my SL 2 raws in Adobe Lightroom.
It is generally fine, although, as seems common with Leica raws, the reds are a bit oversaturated.
I tend to use the Landscape profile as it seems to have a slightly less contrasty tone curve than Color and the colours are a bit more vibrant. A typical workflow is to add a bit of vignetting, adjust white balance, push the auto exposure, for a starting point, normalise the black and white points to get the right amount of clipping, add 15 clarity and 5 dehaze, and Robert is your Mother’s brother.
The SL2’s white balance is normally v good, but when it isn’t I find that Auto tends to result in an overly warm image, relative to the expected neutral. Similarly, taking the white balance reading from gray clouds seems to result in too much warming of the image, suggesting that the SL2 wants to render them blue, at least under the Landscape profile. (I get better results taking the white point from cloud highlights, where they are available and where it isn’t too close to sunset.) I also realise that the dehaze tends to add a bit of a blue cast.
Has anyone a better recipe for getting better (more natural) colours out of the SL2?
By Tom1234For Using Leica's Historical line of Manual Focus Leica-M Lenses
are the Leica SL, SL2, AND Nikon Z6, Z7, Bodies Essentially Equivalents?
Same Ease Of Use?
Same Easy focusing?
Ease of Carry?
By VieriLoch Lomond is a beautiful loch, and I love to stop there on my way from Glasgow to Glencoe & the Isle of Skye, when I have a chance. Here a sunset on the Loch, a 1/5 second photograph taken in 2018 with my (then) Leica SL, Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters:
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