There is most likely no "canon monochrome" preset.
The in-camera monochrome conversions tend to be the most basic implementations due to the limitations of the cameras.
Your desktop software will do a far better job with your assistance.
However, you can do so really simple conversions that can be saved as presets.
Thanks for your answer!
Actually, to my taste, in camera conversion by Canon monochrome picture style is really not bad, talking about classical b/w. For sure way better than just hitting 'black and white' button in Lightroom.
But you are right, I can try to find how to mimic the rendition and make a preset out of it.
In case somebody wants to check this out, on several files I found these two ways to get close to Canon monochrome JPEG:
1- Lightroom b/w preset orange filter, +0.2 exposure, reduce contrast a bit
2- Lightroom b/w preset red filter, -0.4 exposure, reduce contrast a bit
Let me know in case you try.
cdemi wrote: still no profile like 'camera monochrome' exist in Lightroom, to try to replicate the Canon monochrome picture style?
What kind of profile are you asking about, a DNG camera profile? In theory you can edit or roll your own camera profiles:
That's a cool tool, i will also try that, thanks for pointing out!
Thanks for the link to the DNG Profile Editor.
What I am asking is if a ready-made-by-Adobe "profile" (as Lightroom calls them), for the Camera Calibration panel, exists. Like you can already find there (for Canon DSLR), besides 'Adobe standard', camera standard, camera portait, camera landscape, camera neutral, camera faithful. All those replicate/match the corresponding in-camera 'picture styles', as Canon calls them.
But not the 'camera monochrome' picture style, this is not present.
Why not this one, Adobe?
What I am asking is if a ready-made-by-Adobe "profile" (as Lightroom calls them), for the Camera Calibration panel, exists.
No. Not that I'm aware of. You'd see it too if installed by Adobe and looked at the Calibration pane with a raw.
You can build your own or you can edit exiting profiles with the editor (or both).
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