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Hallo,

 

Habe meine ersten Langzeitbelichttungen gemacht und bin auf was seltsames gestossen.

Es sind Bilder eines beleuchtetes Pools bei Nacht.

Das Problem: Die Lichtreflexen im Wasser sind zwischen JPG und Raw total unterschiedlich und durch keine BEarbeitung aus der Raw rauzuholen.

Liegt es am Langzeit RM oder wie??

 

Bild 1 und 3 sid Raw, 2 und 4 JPG

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Danke, jetzt5 weiß ich dass es an Camera-Raw Std Einstellungen liegt.

 

Bei amnderen Bilder fällt der Unterschied gar nicht so groß - aBER HIER IST ES FAST WIE tAG UND nACHT1

Bild 1: LR - Adobe Standard bzw Camera Std.

Bild 2: LR mit a6000 Kameraprofile aus:http://www.piraccini.net/2011/02/profili-colore-sony-a900-per-adobe-lr.html

Bild 3: Capture 1

 

 

Alle 3 ohne jegliche Anpassung.

 

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