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DPChallenge Forums >> Photography Discussion >> HELP!!! Problems with CS3 raw conversions
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08/22/2007 10:19:04 PM · #1
I have not used the auto setting, it does not do a very good job. However the filter effect that I am seeing in CS3 is still there if I press the auto option.
08/22/2007 10:14:49 PM · #2
CS3 has a few new options for raw conversion. Are you adjusting the settings manually I hope, as opposed to using the "auto" settings?
08/22/2007 09:57:22 PM · #3
I checked that was not it, but thanks for the suggestion. Does anyone else have an idea of why it is doing this?
08/22/2007 09:57:12 PM · #4
Look at the bottom of your screen during raw conversion, it's right there in the middle.
08/22/2007 09:54:30 PM · #5
In PS Edit > Color Settings

In ACR there's a link under the image showing what color settings it's using.
08/22/2007 09:50:35 PM · #6
I am not sure, how would I check that?
08/22/2007 09:49:49 PM · #7
I think CS3 installs with adobe RGB (instead of sRGB) as default colorspace. Could this be your problem?
08/22/2007 09:46:01 PM · #8
I just upgraded to CS3. When processing my raw files I have noticed that it looks like there is a filter on my photo. I have opened up the same photo in CS and CS3 to compare and they are defiantly different. CD3 is not functioning like it should. Any ideas why this is happening. I would hate to have to convert all my file in CS and move then to CS3. Plus I can't use lightroom to export because they convert the raw files in CS3 also.
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