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  • Robert Farhi
    Hi,

    I think the best for you is to create a preset with the "Leica M10" as ICC profile and select it when you import your pictures.
    It should work.
    Cheers,
    Robert
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  • Gary Coomber
    I've also got an M10-P and noticed this too. I have done what Robert has suggested and created a user preset and select this on Import.

    However, I'm not very impressed with the Leica M10 profile, I find it very saturated. Yes I can drop the saturation etc but sometimes I find the adobe neutral a better starting point for my edits. I did have a M10 before the M10-P so this was no surprise to me as they are the same cameras.

    I've started to use my own icc profiles. Been experimenting with a colorchecker and Lumariver, it's early days but I think I may prefer this as a good starting point for my edits.
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  • Ian Wilson
    If you find Adobe neutral a better starting point you could try using the Linear response option in the Base Characteristics section of the colour tab and see how you get on with that.

    Ian
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  • Robert Farhi
    When the M10 was launched, I got some RAW (DNG) pictures from friends and from the Leica website (especially from Maik Scharfscheer). At this time C1 didn't yet offer any ICC profile for this camera, and I used the Adobe DNG neutral with a linear curve, as suggested by Ian, to develop them. I got, to my view, much better results with this process using C1 than the oversaturated (to my mind) jpeg displayed on the Leica website from the RAW files, probably obtained using Lightroom.

    Of course, a tailor-made profile is better, but the Adobe Neutral ICC profile/linear response combo, as suggested by Ian, is not that bad : you start from scratch (a dull, flat image) and can adjust anything you want to obtain the desired result.
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  • David Toose
    Thanks folks,

    I actually purchased LumaRiver two weeks ago and will create my own profile. I was just surprised that C1 does not recognise the camera as a starting point!
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  • Gary Coomber
    I'd be interested to hear how you get on with Lumariver. I just took another set of exposures of my colorchecker whilst the sun was out at noon in the UK. My initial tests show a slight variation from the Adobe Neutral profile, however, my initial colorchecker shots were slightly rushed.

    I will also try the Adobe Neutral profile with a Linear curve as Ian3 suggested and see how that goes.

    Digger1914 - I'm pleased you posted this question - Can I ask, If you select the Leica M10 profile manually do you also find the colours to be very saturated, almost radioactive?
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  • David Toose
    [quote="NN635937406568427633UL" wrote:
    I'd be interested to hear how you get on with Lumariver. I just took another set of exposures of my colorchecker whilst the sun was out at noon in the UK. My initial tests show a slight variation from the Adobe Neutral profile, however, my initial colorchecker shots were slightly rushed.

    I will also try the Adobe Neutral profile with a Linear curve as Ian3 suggested and see how that goes.

    Digger1914 - I'm pleased you posted this question - Can I ask, If you select the Leica M10 profile manually do you also find the colours to be very saturated, almost radioactive?


    I must admit that the M10 looks very vibrant. Too much so. I will do the LumaRiver tomorrow and see how that fares. It worked very well for my 240.
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  • David Toose
    I created my profile and am happy with it. One more question - can I apply my icc profile to all files on import? I couldn't see it there. Maybe somehow using a Style? I also could see no way to select multiple files and apply the change to all.

    Cheers
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  • Gary Coomber
    That is what I've done. My profile is assigned on import. I'm not in front of my computer at the moment. I followed a YouTube video by Martin Bailey on how to create a profile in Lumariver. That may be wort searching for. If you are still unsure I'll be back in front of my mac tomorrow.
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  • David Toose
    [quote="NN635937406568427633UL" wrote:
    That is what I've done. My profile is assigned on import. I'm not in front of my computer at the moment. I followed a YouTube video by Martin Bailey on how to create a profile in Lumariver. That may be wort searching for. If you are still unsure I'll be back in front of my mac tomorrow.


    Thanks for this. I must be thick, as I still still cannot see how to automatically use my ICC profile on import. I tried the "Use as default for DNG" option but that is not working. Any help gratefully accepted 😊
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  • Gary Coomber
    That's ok. I've done this is, but I'm sure there may be another way.

    Have your new ICC Profile selected, Select the 3 horizontal lines in the Base Characteristics tab, then select Save as a User Preset (I only select the tick box for Camera Profile as I use the Auto curve and I think it defaults to that on Import). Give it a name, I name it the same as my ICC profile.

    When Importing - Adjustments Tab, Styles, User Presets, Base Characteristics, and select the name of your preset. I think it may remember this for future imports.

    Hope that helps.
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  • David Toose
    [quote="NN635937406568427633UL" wrote:
    That's ok. I've done this is, but I'm sure there may be another way.

    Have your new ICC Profile selected, Select the 3 horizontal lines in the Base Characteristics tab, then select Save as a User Preset (I only select the tick box for Camera Profile as I use the Auto curve and I think it defaults to that on Import). Give it a name, I name it the same as my ICC profile.

    When Importing - Adjustments Tab, Styles, User Presets, Base Characteristics, and select the name of your preset. I think it may remember this for future imports.

    Hope that helps.


    Thanks a lot! I was pressing the three dots and not the three lines!!!
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