Color saturation

Color saturation could be set in camera before taking a shot. The original picture appears to be for most users desaturated and dull, so most of digital cameras manufacturers make a program to fictive convert the image from RAW to JPEG. The default saturation seems to be the lower value which camera give from RAW format without any color processing. When converting the RAW or original JPEG into common files, the saturation and contrast raised, so lot of experts use original images from camera and adjust all of settings on their choice. And don't forget: if you take a overexposed, oversaturated or very sharpened image, you can't set these parameters later to a level which coul'd camera give with the settings you wanted.

Picture data:

Reduced on

14%

Resampling process

Anti-alias

Compression

30 steps

Original image data:

Type

fine JPEG

Resolution

2560*1800

File size

1267 KB

Image size/72dpi

903 x 677 mm

Focus

200 mm

Aperture

9,5

Shutter time

1/30 sec

ISO

100

WB

sun

Color

-3

Intensity

0

Contrast

0

Sharpness

Normal