why do digital files colours looks so bad without post

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Mark Scott Abeln wrote:

whosthatwhatsthat wrote:

Mark Scott Abeln wrote:

Most of the creative controls in raw files are ignored by third-party raw processors such as Photoshop's Adobe Camera Raw. Things like contrast, saturation, color space, sharpness, and picture modes are ignored; you need to use the camera maker's own raw processor to access these settings.

right so what info from the raw does it take if it ignores all that?

It takes the raw data read from the sensor, and it can also read the white balance.

so exposure settings?

A common use for shooting raw is to *not* use the camera maker's idea of color rendering and image processing, or at least do something rather different.

please explain?

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