when i make a picture with my huawei P10 Lite with lighroom mobile the colors look great on my smartphone. But when I go to the galery in Lighroom mobile or on my desktop I have strange colors. The color cast can't be correct. What's going wrong?
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Reset the white balance. It looks like you're shooting outdoors with Tungsten selected.
It 's not a witbalance problem, Witbalance was an auto. Colors look great when picture has been taken. When framing the picture there 's no color cast. The problem occurs when the picture is saved.
Can you share the original DNG via Dropbox or something?
Does the colour cast appear in LR when you're in Develop mode, or is it after processing and export?
The color cast appears when the picture is saved by the phone. When taking the same picture in jpeg there's no problem.
Same issue here with my brand new p10 lite.
Adjusting the white balance introduces false and strange colors in the image.
Looks like there's something wrong with attached color profile?
Probably it doesn't read the dng color space correctly?
Like this it's pretty unusable in Dng mode, which is a big pity for me.
Can someone help us to fix this issue?
I 've run a test and Huawei has blocked the camera2 api to a low level. So it's impossible to save raw.
The anwers of Huawei is if you want raw buy the P10 and not the P10 Lite.
I have stumbled upon the same problem. I don't think there is an inside-android solution for this. Anyway, for whatever reason, the red and blue channels are switched in the DNG's coming out from this camera. The solution is to use photoshop, go into channel mixer and fir the red channel - go to 0% on red, and 100% blue, while for the blue channel - go 100 on red and 0% on blue. Then you can save the image for lightroom, and use a standard white balance to fine-tune the colours.
I've the same behavior with my P8Lite2017 and LRcc camera when raw produce dng.
Yes, I can use PS to switch/mix channels as explained but directly into LR I use a quickest way with a camera profile build with xRite/Color Checker .
Shoot the xRite ColorChecker and within LR build a dng profile (profile.dcp) ; restart LR and the profile become available in LR/Dev/CameraProfile.
Then, define the profile by default for the camera type and that's it...