I'm taking photos of some (positive) slides to digitize our family collection.
I use a Nikon D5000 which I use to shoot both in JPEG and NEF formats.
Here is an example of the original JPEG photo shot by the camera
I want to convert all the NEF files to TIFF so I'm using the UFRaw command line as follow
ufraw-batch.exe --out-depth=16 --exposure=0.75 --out-type=tiff --output="ConvertedFromNEF.tiff" "OriginalRAW.NEF"
However this produces an image like this:
As you can see the face is much more pale than the original photo and also the T-Shirt is darker. I'd like the TIFF file to be as close as possible to the JPEG one.
I know almost nothing in photography so I tried to randomly play with all the different settings with the UFRaw desktop interface but I just can't get what I'm looking for (a face more red and a lighter green T-Shirt).
Any advise using UFRaw or even afterwards, when the file is already converted to TIFF I'm using Image Magick to automatically crop the black borders and rotate the photos.
You can download the JPEG, TIFF and NEF photos using this link.
I'd really appreciate if you could help me with that. Thanks a lot