The camera calibration tab

If you own an X-Rite ColorChecker Passport, or a similar tool, you can create your own custom colour profile for your camera’s Raw files.  I’m not a photographer, so I’ve never done this (nor would I even if I was, probably), so I can’t discuss...

What is XMP data all about?

XMP data is the data that Adobe software (ACR and LR) creates to store the editing that you do to a Raw file.  The truth is, we really don’t need to think about XMP data at all – it just does its thing in the background, and we get on with our lives.  But...

To DNG, or not to DNG

People sometimes ask me “Should I convert my Raw files to the DNG format?”  I honestly don’t know. Well, let’s clarify – some people have no choice.  If their Adobe software is older than their camera, then the only way they can open...