I have a setup that is far from being called fancy — just a Nikon D3300 and a stock lens.
I shoot in RAW.
Today I made some pictures, and while not perfect, they are usable (to my standards).
I shoot in Manual, but have the focus on autofocus, and white balance also on "AUTO". Well, today was different than my usual shooting style. While "White Balance" was still set to "AUTO", I fiddled with the "Exposure Compensation" — something I never did before.
Is it possible that the Exposure Compensation is only being visually shown once the RAW file is imported to Capture One, and hence why the image is darker? Or is something else going on?
I personally think that more than just exposure is being changed. If you look at the preview of the RAW file, you will see it has a yellow-ish/green-ish tint, whereas the preview in CO is closer to brown and red.
1. MacOS Finder Preview (compressed the PNG screenshot by 80% with imageOptim)
2. Capture One RAW imported preview (compressed the PNG screenshot by 80% with imageOptim)
System: MacOS Mojave (version 10.14.6)
Capture One 20 Pro (13.1.0)
I'm used to the previews differing in exposure and color, but the difference was never this significant.
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