Burnt photo look

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Dec 24, 2020

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When I wanted to edit my photo that I shot in RAW, it appeared different in photoshop than it did on Preview on my Mac. When I opened the picture on Photoshop it has a burnt orange tint to it. Attached is the images. Please let me know if someone can help me. 

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Burnt photo look

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When I wanted to edit my photo that I shot in RAW, it appeared different in photoshop than it did on Preview on my Mac. When I opened the picture on Photoshop it has a burnt orange tint to it. Attached is the images. Please let me know if someone can help me. 

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You don't see the raw data in Preview, but the embedded camera-processed jpeg.

 

Adobe Camera Raw is a different raw processing engine that will give a different initial result. You're supposed to use the sliders in ACR to get the result you want, not the result the camera wants.

 

With raw files, there is no such thing as an "original" image. It has to be processed to produce an image at all, and a lot of parameters have to be set.

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