Canon EOS 70D Profile - Submission


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trumble117
Canon EOS 70D Profile - Submission

Hey, all, I'm new to the program/community, but it looks like a good thing going on here. I just picked up a Canon 70D, and I didn't see a topic yet for it, so I created a RAW tone curve (thanks for the great tutorial, Doug). Seems to work pretty well, so I thought I'd share. Feedback welcome.

https://raw.github.com/trumble117/LightZone/master/RAW%20Templates/CameraDefault;CANON%20EOS%2070D.lzt

tex
WOW!  So, another example of

WOW!  So, another example of why it's important to build up the community through a required membership for download.  We thank you very much!

yogysp
Muchas Gracias por el aporte.

Muchas Gracias por el aporte.  lo probare

maperezgomez
another canon eos 70d profile

Hi,

Another canon eos 70d profile. Not made following Doug´s tutorial but trying to get same appearence as you get with  Canon DPP.

 

<Template version="8">
  <Scale Factor="0.16113745"/>
  <Image path=""/>
  <Controls>
    <GenericOperation Active="true" Collapsed="false" Locked="false" Mode="Normal" Name="Ajustes RAW" Opacity="100" OperationType="RAW Adjustments V2" layerControlsIndex="0" regionsInverted="false">
      <ColorSelection HueBlue="0.5" HueEnabled="true" HueGreen="0.5" HueRadius="-1.0" HueRed="0.5" Inverted="false" LuminosityEnabled="true" LuminosityLower="0.0" LuminosityLowerFeather="0.0" LuminosityUpper="1.0" LuminosityUpperFeather="0.0"/>
      <Slider Color_Noise="4.0" Exposure="0.0" Grain_Noise="0.0" Temperature="5500.0" Tint="0.0"/>
      <Checkbox/>
      <Choice/>
    </GenericOperation>
    <ZoneOperation Active="true" Collapsed="false" Locked="true" Mode="Normal" Name="RAW Tone Curve" Opacity="100" layerControlsIndex="0" regionsInverted="false" scale="0">
      <ColorSelection HueBlue="0.5" HueEnabled="true" HueGreen="0.5" HueRadius="-1.0" HueRed="0.5" Inverted="false" LuminosityEnabled="true" LuminosityLower="0.0" LuminosityLowerFeather="0.0" LuminosityUpper="1.0" LuminosityUpperFeather="0.0"/>
      <Points Size="16">
        <Point X="3" Y="0.12831858407079647"/>
        <Point X="6" Y="0.2920353982300885"/>
        <Point X="11" Y="0.7699115044247787"/>
        <Point X="13" Y="0.8938053097345132"/>
        <Point X="14" Y="0.9424778761061947"/>
        <Point X="15" Y="0.9823008849557522"/>
      </Points>
    </ZoneOperation>
    <Region/>
    <Region/>
    <Crop Angle="0.0"/>
  </Controls>
</Template>

 

Regards

bopw
hi everybody, how to i get

hi everybody, how to i get these lines into lz? thx

sfink16
Save as .lzt extension

Create a blank document and save the lines above as a .lzt extension.  Than place in your lightzone/templates folder.  The folder should have been created when you installed LZ and have all the styles available in LZ.  I have Ubuntu 16.04, so you may have some difference depending on what you are using as an OS.

 

Steve