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What do Colorimetric, Saturation and Portrait Modes mean?
Posted by Raphael Graf on 15 August 2014 07:54 AM

Colorimetric Mode – provides the most literal results. Best when attempting to reproduce artwork and color critical work.

Saturation Mode - provides a boost in Saturation. Offers results that are generally more pleasing for many types of images.

Portrait Mode - selectively reduces the color saturation of skin tone components to make portrait processing easier.

 

The effects of these modes can be subtle; the amount of change to your image depends on the color accuracy of your camera’s sensor and color neutrality of a particular lens.

 

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