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It appears most of what you are seeing is due to the use of high Clarity and Vibrance settings coupled with faster rendering options in the Lr preview window. Depending on how you've got your viewing quality options selected, Lightroom may or may not be actually recomputing the raw data to produce the preview you see from within Lightroom. If you've got ...


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The slider in Lightroom is not used to adjust the color of the light that lit the scene. That light has already been recorded. Rather, it is setting the correction for the light in the scene. The correction provided by any raw converter needs to be the "reciprocal" of the light that illuminated the scene. That is, the correction needs to be on the opposite ...


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White balancing when implemented correctly (like in Lightroom) ensures that whites stay white under the new illuminant, essentially mimicking the chromatic adaption performed by the human visual system. When you white balance a photo in Lightroom you are effectively picking an illuminant / whitepoint colour temperature for your photo. The result of that ...


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Lightroom likes to use reverse psychology :) It does so in numerous places but it color temperature is one of the more obvious one. You are right that diminishing the color temperature of an image should make it more yellow. However, what Lightroom is doing is letting you specify the color of incident light to indicate how much correction is needed. As you ...


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Select the relevant images and right click on one of them in order to show a context menu.


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The Adobe website has all the information you need. Adobe, being closely tied to Apple historically, means that their software nearly always runs on Macs, and sometimes Mac versions of Adobe software are released before the Windows version (e.g., Lightroom). What you need to know are two version numbers: the version of the ACR plugin that supports your ...


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As Adobe updates ACR to support newer cameras, compatibility with the newer versions of ACR also requires newer versions of Photoshop. What version of Adobe Camera RAW you need depends on exactly which camera made the raw files in question and which version of Photoshop you are using. Once you know what the earliest version of ACR is that supports your ...


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Here is Adobes camera requirements for ACR (which program version starts supoorting the camera model): http://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/kb/camera-raw-plug-supported-cameras.html 7d should be no issue for anything remotely modern. A new camera model just out today may have to wait a few months. Regarding modern, here is Abobes Program version ...


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ACR will process CR2 RAW files from the 7D without issue. If you have the most recent versions of Photoshop/Lightroom, then you'll not have a problem. (In fact you'll be fine with CS6, possibly CS5) Personally, I always found Apple's own Raw converter (Digital Camera Raw - built in at a system level) handled Canon RAW files better than ACR, but if you're a ...



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