Currently Being ModeratedApr 18, 2013 6:12 AM (in response to JStulin)
Is your monitor calibrated? With a hardware calibrator? Which one?
Do you have the most recent version of Aperture, and the most recent version of Apple's RAW converter (it is part of the OS; a new version came out this week)?
What you describe as the process of drawing the Image on the screen is correct. There is nothing "supposed" about it.
The JPG that is shown is (usually) prepared by the camera. It is possible that this image has been post-processed in-camera. Do you have any PP settings applied when you record exposures? Any "style" or anything else other than focus distance, focal length, ISO, aperture, and exposure duration?
What do you have set in Aperture Prefs for using the in-camera JPGs? (I don't have access to Aperture right now and can't tell which preferences tab this is on.)
It is odd that you aren't seeing changes when you make changes using the RAW Fine Tuning Brick. Nothing happens when you change the Hue Boost? Are you recording RAW+JPEG, or just RAW? If RAW+JPEG, which do you set as the Original (a/k/a "Master")?
(Sent from my magic glass.)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 18, 2013 6:34 AM (in response to Kirby Krieger)
Monitor calibrated with xrite i1. Latest version Aperture & OS X. 27” iMac i7 about 4 years old. No PP settings in camera. Minor changes when I change the raw tuning hue boost that does not significantly help with over saturation. I take RAW only, no RAW+JPEG.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 18, 2013 8:24 AM (in response to JStulin)
Is it anything like this
which I am still having issues with, and have moved to using jpeg for all my work in Aperture with OM-D files
Currently Being ModeratedApr 18, 2013 9:26 AM (in response to khaosproductions)
Unfortunately that is similar to what I am seeing. I have't examined the color noise yet, but the over saturated colors are similar to my problem. Have you found any good solution or workaround for this? How is it possible for Apple to get this so wrong?
Currently Being ModeratedJun 11, 2013 3:26 PM (in response to JStulin)
I've not found a good solution except to use Jpegs from the camera. At the end of the day you are just trusting one raw converter over another, and losing the ability to tweak the highlights and shadows in post.