Workspace (workflow/raw converter for Olympus) equivalent for Panasonic??

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SrMi Senior Member • Posts: 1,578
Re: Workspace (workflow/raw converter for Olympus) equivalent for Panasonic??

LearningForeverIHope wrote:

SrMi wrote:

drj3 wrote:

dunkreid wrote:

Sorry, it might be my consumer monitor but I can't see the difference.

This might help.

Look at the areas where I put the black dots. The upper image from WS gives the correct colors. The lighter parts of the wood have more green due to absorbing the copper pressure treatment, so they are lighter and somewhat different in color. The Adobe conversion just makes them a lighter color of the darker areas. This is also true of the grass in the original image where the grass is simply not green enough.

However, for an image with extreme dynamic range, the adobe conversion will make it easier to recover the highlights. So I use it for those images, but WS for everything else.

What Adobe color profile did you use?

Using ColorChecker, it is easy to generate and integrate your own color profiles with Adobe products.


If you are talking about Passport ColorChecker I already use it to calibrate the cameras when I need high fidelity colours. That is the case for reproduction of paintings and art in general. The in camera colour styles are something else entirely, and they are not simply faithful but add those "Olympus colours" that are quite popular. How do you re-create them in LR/PS ?

Yes, I was thinking of X-Rite's ColorChecker (Passport, Classic, ..). I was not thinking of Olympus color styles as I do not use them. I have a flat style set-up in order to make the histogram as close to a raw histogram as possible. It would be nice if we could, like Fuji, apply a color style on-demand using in-camera processing.

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