Ive been taking som underwaterphotos with my canon 50D. Now it seems there are some problems with ACR ability to interpreting the CR2 or DNG file.
The pictures have green tint I am unable to get rid off.
If I process the CR2 file in canons DPP converter, everything looks perfect.
I have no idea why this is. Any help would be much appreciated.
Heres a link to a CR2 file for you to have a look at.
And heres a DNG:
Ive posted this problem in lightroomforums but it seems this is an ACR matter.
Thanks for ur help
The problem is that the WB scale in ACR doesn't extend as far down as needed. However, all is not lost because you can use the DNG Profile Editor to extend the scale. See tutorial 4 for an explanation of how to go about it http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/DNG_Profiles:Editor#Tutorials
That was a quick and precise advice, Ian
I've tried what's described in tutorial 4 and it works perfectly. Just reference the exported Camera Profile (e.g. "Canon EOS 50D Underwater") in LR and you're able to do the WB adjustment in LR.
BTW: DNG Profile Editor can be downloaded from here.
Wow - Thank you so much! That did the trick!