Choosing and applying a profile


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Choosing and applying a profile

Once you have successfully exported and created your profiles, you'll need to quit Lightroom and then re-launch Lightroom. To do so, let's press a shortcut for Quit. On a Mac that's Command Q. Next, we're going to skip the backup of our catalog; we don't need to do that right now. And then we'll go ahead and re-launch the application. Now what we're going to do is once we've re-launched application is we want to select our color passport sample image here. We want to go down to the Camera Calibration. What's interesting with Camera Calibration is that all images come in the Lightroom profile.

Here we can see the profile with the default Adobe Standard. Now this profile for the most part looks good. If I were to actually hold out my ColorChecker Passport next my monitor, there would be some inconsistencies. So what we want to do is we want to minimize those inconsistencies. We want to increase our overall accuracy in regards to color and tone. Well, to do ...

Choosing and applying a profile
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Choosing and applying a profile provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Advanced Techniques

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