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1  Mike's Software / Profile Prism / Adobe Lightroom on: December 03, 2012, 03:17:57 AM
Lightroom 4.2 uses a DNG Profile file instead of an ICC file, to work with Camera RAW files being processed.
How do I use Prism to improve upon the generic (although camera-specific) profiles that came with it?  I would think I would get better results using my actual camera, not to mention the same lights.

óJohn
2  Technical Discussions / General Photography Discussion / Yellow Skin Tones? on: December 03, 2012, 03:14:26 AM
I took some family portraits using a Canon D60 and photo lighting (florescent 6400K bulbs sold for photography).
I have an odd effect I don't like:  the shadow areas around my eyes look a little green/yellow, like a bruise; and my nephew's face looks a bit yellow. 

Using Adobe Lightroom, I've tried playing with the color temp/tint sliders after using a neutral eyedropper as a starting point, and I've tried the different settings under Camera Calibration.

I'm using Lightroom and Photoshop.
Any ideas?

óJohn
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