Tiff files look like negative without the orange cast

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kclson
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Tiff files look like negative without the orange cast

Post by kclson »

The tiff file previews in AfterShot Pro 3 look like color negatives Without the orange cast. Jpegs look fine. PNG files are not included.
Can someone please tell me what I might do to fix this issue?
I am using a Mac, OS 10.13.6
Afterhot Pro 3 version 3.7.0.446x64
Thank you.
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Re: Tiff files look like negative without the orange cast

Post by Voiceofexperience »

Is your camera supported?
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Re: Tiff files look like negative without the orange cast

Post by kclson »

Actually the support of cameras usually refers to the native RAW files.
My cameras are Nikon and both models are supported. AfterShot Pro supports the native RAW file for NIkon cameras: NEF files.
The RAW files are not a problem.
The problem is with TIFF files produced from either Affinity Photo or Adobe Photoshop.
Most cameras produce either RAW files or JPEG files or both.
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Re: Tiff files look like negative without the orange cast

Post by Voiceofexperience »

kclson wrote: Thu Oct 21, 2021 3:36 pm Actually the support of cameras usually refers to the native RAW files.
Actually I'm well aware of that - I was using this software when it was still called Bibble.

But your initial post didn't rule out that the problem might be with Raw-Tiff conversions, and didn't include Raw files in your "Jpegs look fine..." comment.
Most cameras produce either RAW files or JPEG files or both.
Again - you're not talking a beginner. You didn't explain your problem clearly enough.