Victoria's Light

Some repeats from prior post.  These images were edited using Capture One as opposed to Lightroom that I usually use. I am very frustrated with the imagery from Lightroom when applied to Leica digital images.  Capture One seems preferable and easier, the colors seem better.  I am not familiar with the program but it’s fairly easy to use.  There are some different shots of the band that I like…..It is difficult to view the images as a comparison of the two programs.  I don’t edit my images very much, usually fiddle with the highlights and the blacks a bit.   With Capture One I seem to get good colors straight away, whereas from Leica images in Lightroom, I usually have to add a small amount of saturation and vibrance to get colors that I prefer.

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