Published by cprokop on 20 Aug 2008
One of my biggest problems with my (landscape) photos are the colour gradings (Farbabstufungen), at the moment. Especially sunset pictures without clouds and smooth colour gradients (Farbverläufe) are affected by this problem.
In the Internet-fora I read that the gradings are the result of 8-BIT-JPEGs and above all the different quality and settings of our TFT-panels, mainly the brightness and contrast.
My answer was to commute my RAW into Black&White files. The BW-gradients are easier to handle with, I think.
Nevertheless there is one coloured shot (unfortunately it’s another shot with visible colour gradings):