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Old 06-22-2009, 08:43 PM
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Red Colour Channel Blown

I got a problem with the red colour everytime get something which in Red colour..
it use to be blown...
Any1 know how to fix it..???or how to prevent it..???

Here is the original shot..just convert from RAW to JPEG..

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Old 06-22-2009, 08:56 PM
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It's better to work on the raw file..if possible, upload it somewhere for anyone who wish to try fixing it to download.

Do you use DPP or ACR? Or other raw converter?

Not sure about DPP but in ACR you can suppress the highlight a bit...and if that's still not enough, you can adjust the luminace and saturation for the respective channel.

Edit: on this image, Recovery alone was sufficient to get rid of the clipping red channel.

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It's better to work on the raw file..if possible, upload it somewhere for anyone who wish to try fixing it to download.

Do you use DPP or ACR? Or other raw converter?

Not sure about DPP but in ACR you can suppress the highlight a bit...and if that's still not enough, you can adjust the luminace and saturation for the respective channel.

Edit: on this image, Recovery alone was sufficient to get rid of the clipping red channel.
Will try upload somewhere if i can find it..
i am using DPP to convert..my ACR is assigned with aRGB..and i forget how to assign back to sRGB..thats y i din use ACR..
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Will try upload somewhere if i can find it..
i am using DPP to convert..my ACR is assigned with aRGB..and i forget how to assign back to sRGB..thats y i din use ACR..
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