Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

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Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby NN636979367687188464UL » Thu Nov 07, 2019 1:00 pm

Hi.

What tools are available to change initial settings of base raw development ?

I only know "Base characteristics".
Maybe are different initial settings.

Look at screenshot.
On the left side is C1 development.
One the right side is Affinity Photo development.
How to align/compensate C1 to AP without using color tools like color editor or curves ?
Image

Thank You.
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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby NN636979367687188464UL » Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:50 pm

1. Use Color Editor and correct color
2. Use 3 dots menu and save icc profile
3. Use Base characteristics and choose just save d profile.

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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby cdc » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:08 pm

It looks like a higher contrast rendition. I'd start by switching the Base Profile curve to high contrast and then save that as default for your camera in the drop down menu. If that doesn't get you there then you may notice that many of the tools have an option to "save as default..." for your camera. So you could use levels, curves, exposure, etc to add a bit of contrast & saturation to get you where you want it to be and then save it as default for your camera.

Or make a style that applies upon import.
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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby SFA » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:34 pm

NN636979367687188464UL wrote:1. Use Color Editor and correct color
2. Use 3 dots menu and save icc profile
3. Use Base characteristics and choose just save d profile.

Darek K


Did that also lose the extra detail available in the C1 conversion?
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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby NN636979367687188464UL » Thu Nov 07, 2019 8:52 pm

this is the way i was thinking
https://fstoppers.com/education/how-get-perfect-colors-your-raw-files-straight-out-camera-capture-one-153474

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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby Ian3 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:23 pm

So did you actually have a question you wanted forum members to help with? You seem to have started by saying that you only know of base characteristics, then ended by providing a reference to an article that suggests you don't actually need some help here.

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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby NN636979367687188464UL » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:38 am

Yes, You are partially right.

But as You can see, my English is very very not perfect.
First was question in my head.
After I put my question to this forum I found the solution on other sites.
And I put this solution to this forum ...
--------->>>>> just for other Users.

In between it was little journey between my computers (from my home to my home work).
On first comp I found solution, on second I type this solution, but I forgot source page.
On evening I returned to my home and found source page and one more time typed this time with source.
I know it sounds little complicated.


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Re: Initial color profile/settings similar to Affinity Photo

Postby Ian3 » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:10 am

Ah, right. Thanks for explaining.

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