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Thread: Manage Picture Control -D90- The Setting for Korea style required

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    Red face Manage Picture Control -D90- The Setting for Korea style required

    Hi everyone~~would like to discuss the manage picture control - examples (vivid,standard,etc..), anyone got idea or website for the pictures samples setting for Korean styles? Feel like want to shoot through mt gear without using lightroom~~

    l'm trying to setting my D90 as Sharpening +1, contract -1,Brightnes +1, saturation -3, HUe -3, EV +1 and my white balance selected B1, G2. still feel the result are not satisfy, any one please give me some suggestion please~~~=) Thanks a lot~~

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    Default Re: Manage Picture Control -D90- The Setting for Korea style required

    A camera,is a camera whether in the hands of a south korean or yourself.There really is not a korean style
    for that matter rather the idea,concept in making a photograph.What is more important is correct exposure
    at all times for images that you conceive in your mind.The settings you talk about is really the compensation
    for each camera to get at the most accurate exposure in terms of contrast and colour.How do you achieve this?
    there is no fool proof way but through trail and error as they say.

    One way is by calibrating the camera,that is taking a photo of a test target like a grey card or colour chart
    and see it in a raw processor like Adobe camera raw or the one that is supplied by camera manufacturer.
    From there you do the adjustments and save it as a camera profile so that the editing software take it
    as a reference to process all your photos so they appear consistant.All cameras whether PnS or DSLR native format is raw so even if you choose Jpeg it will be converted by the camera's software applying it's own tone curve and white balance. All this also means your colour monitor is calibrated or at least visually to some reference target or chart.So even if your camera's LCD is not accurate there is a greater chance of success.Shooting in raw gives greater exposure latitude for correction.Of course if you choose to shoot Jpeg then you should know the exposure characteristics of your camera and adjust to as close to the reference colour and exposure.There are hardware to automate calibration but how effective only you can judge.Even the camera profiles that you can find may not be suitable for your "style".

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    Default Re: Manage Picture Control -D90- The Setting for Korea style required

    Quote Originally Posted by one eye jack View Post
    A camera,is a camera whether in the hands of a south korean or yourself.There really is not a korean style
    for that matter rather the idea,concept in making a photograph.What is more important is correct exposure
    at all times for images that you conceive in your mind.
    That's not what he is referring to. He does not care about calibrating his camera to the correct exposure and whitebalance, he just wants to avoid photoshop/lightroom and achieve the korean glare-heavy, undersaturated, slightly cross-processed look that is a trend over there.

    TS: If there was a preset, the Koreans would use it. They all use Photoshop. Take a hint.
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