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Hi! Everybody, I am Matt Kloskowski and I am here at live at Photoshop World which is quite here a little bit a noise behind me we are having a great time and I have got a really neat light room two specific tip for you.
So, here is what happened let me explain that first. A lot of people had been finding and I hear this a lot lately that if they open their photos and their camera vendor software like you know night Kong capture or the Cannon software. They open up the photos they like the way that the camera manufacturer software renders that photo better. Okay, especially the color but most people like to use light room and Adobe products better.
So, it is kind a torn because you like the way the other software is rendering the photo but you like to use the Adobe software better. And here is what they have done, Adobe has released on their website. Up you go over to Labs.Adobe.com.
They release these things called camera profiles, okay. What this camera profiles are as they simulate the color rendering of those camera manufacture software. They Simulate like an icon picture controls or the Canon picture styles it simulates those same color profile. So here is what you do.
You go to their website Labs.Adobe.com. You download the camera profiles and they work on Mac or PC. Once you downloaded it, comes with an installer all you going to do is just you double click on that installer go ahead and it will actually install the profiles for you.
It goes to really easy process you do not actually have to change anything about it. And once the installation is done I want to close out of there let may go back over into light room and it is not going to work in. I will take these photos into the develop module and just take a look here.
If I scroll down you are going to see the camera calibration there is my profiles but if I close light room and then I come down here and I re-launch it. When I go back in there under that same profile listing you are going to see some brand new settings and study there. What these settings let you do is kind of recreate those same profiles that the camera manufacturers applied to your photos. Let us go down here to camera calibration under profile. See what we have inside here now instead of just ACR 4.4 to 4.3 you have got all these different profiles inside of here and they are camera specific. Even thought they do not look it they are camera specific so if you are shooting with an icon and a certain icon camera behind the scenes it knows what camera you are using.
If I were to throw a Canon raw file out of this by the way it is just for raw files and DNG files. If I throw a Canon raw file like this you would see different profiles inside here because it would mimic the Canon software profiles. And when you want to apply one let us go for vivid you see that, see how much it change the photo it is just the different starting place, it is not changing the color, it is not changing any of the slider inside of the develop module. It is rendering a photo differently giving you a better starting place and now you can go through and develop your photo starting from this point.
All right, so that is the camera profiles make sure you go it is over at Labs.adobe.com. You can download them there on the Mac or PC it is only for shooting and raw or converting to DNG. You will be able to use them and helps that a lot.
So, my name is Matt Kloskowski. I hope you enjoy the tip. Talk to you again soon.