P: White Balance Option in Metadata

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 05, 2022 Jan 05, 2022

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1. Why no 'white balance' option in the metadata section when in the library module. I would think it's possible in the 'camera info' section. Up top in develop section all that is listed is 'as shot'. I change my white balance sometimes depending on lighting. I would like camera info to list, daylight, tungsten, auto, or whatever I shot in for each frame, even if it's a K choice and a number like 4500 k.

 

2. Wish Adobe would enhance the 'grain' section of LrC. Seems it could emulate 'film grain' in the develop tab a bit more. Like I hate how it adds grain to pure white areas. I kinda like how Capture 1 has options for film grains. Adobe hasn't changed this since it was first implemented. Seems like it could/should be improved.

 

ok. other than this, I'm pretty ok with LrC these days.

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I do not think that "As Shot" is the actual metadata in the file. Just a vague info on what LrC setting is in use. A qualitative, not quantitative statement.

 

That being said. It would be desirable fir LrC to state the actual quantitative WB value, Likely in K. Could LrC states "As Shot / 4500K" 

 

 

 

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