Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Camera body settings, part of Using and Creating Lens Profiles in Adobe CC Applications.
- Before we start shooting,…it's important to get the camera set up correctly.…Let's start by zeroing out our camera settings.…What you're looking for is…to go into the actual shooting profile.…Choose the Picture Control…and step over.…I'm gonna use the Neutral control here,…but modify it slightly.…By default you probably have some Sharpening value in there,…but you'll note that in Neutral or Natural profile…probably has just about everything else zeroed out.…
Set Sharpening all the way down to 0 for the default,…and make sure that all of the other settings…are properly zeroed out.…Once you've done that, you can press OK to store it.…Then take a look at the file format.…I recommend that you record a RAW file,…and record at the highest bit depth…that your camera supports.…Now you want to make sure that the camera itself…doesn't make any changes while you're shooting.…This mean you're gonna shoot in manual mode.…
If you're not comfortable figuring out the settings,…you can drop into a mode like Aperture Priority…and set the camera to f11 to start,…
- Understanding the role of lens profiles in auto corrections
- Making corrections in Adobe Creative Cloud
- Building custom lens profiles
- Solving problems in Lightroom
- Solving problems in Adobe Camera Raw
- Fixing photos and video with Photoshop
Skill Level Advanced
Foundations of Photography: Specialty Lenseswith Ben Long3h 50m Intermediate
1. The Role of Lens Profiles and Auto Corrections
2. The Role of Lens Corrections
3. Building Custom Lens Profiles
4. Solving Problems in Lightroom
5. Solving Problems in Adobe Camera Raw
6. Fixing Photos and Videos with Adobe Photoshop
Final thoughts1m 28s
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