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I would like to reverse engineer a camera profile

Adobe Employee ,
Nov 12, 2019

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I really like the profile "Camera Portrait" for Sony cameras (I have an Alpha 7rII), but I'm not a fan of the color distortions it provides, which is why I would like to tweak it.

 

I can use the HSL and calibration sliders, but they will only get me so far, and, for practical purposes, I would like to combine it all in a single custom profile. Yes, I have the HSL sliders at my disposal for this, but not the calibration sliders, and, as said above, they will only get me so far.

 

I would like to reverse engineer this camera profile (or any of them), so I can have full control. I could do this by creating a LUT, but I would need to apply the profile to a specific comparison image, like the one attached, but this is not possible, since camera-specific profiles can only be applied to RAW photos coming from the targeted camera.

 

Any suggestions?

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I would like to reverse engineer a camera profile

Adobe Employee ,
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I really like the profile "Camera Portrait" for Sony cameras (I have an Alpha 7rII), but I'm not a fan of the color distortions it provides, which is why I would like to tweak it.

 

I can use the HSL and calibration sliders, but they will only get me so far, and, for practical purposes, I would like to combine it all in a single custom profile. Yes, I have the HSL sliders at my disposal for this, but not the calibration sliders, and, as said above, they will only get me so far.

 

I would like to reverse engineer this camera profile (or any of them), so I can have full control. I could do this by creating a LUT, but I would need to apply the profile to a specific comparison image, like the one attached, but this is not possible, since camera-specific profiles can only be applied to RAW photos coming from the targeted camera.

 

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 18, 2019

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Hi there,

 

It would really help if you can share your feedback on our community:https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_camera_raw_and_dng

 

As this forum is monitored by our engineers, and they might look into this for future releases.

 

We need more helping hands like you, as we're building towards a better user experience.

 

Thanks,

Akash

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 21, 2019

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In the end, I just used Adobe's DNG Profile Editor. That gave me access to calibration sliders, which I made do with for my needs.

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Adobe Employee ,
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Thanks for the update. Glad to know it helped 🙂 

 

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to let us know.

 

~Akash

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