First off, I’m wondering as to what Colour Profile I should be using in Aperture ?? And should it be the same as what I shoot in ?? I admit, the whole Colour Profiling confuses me no end, with so many out there, but also knowing the Defaults like sRGB, Adobe RGB (1998) and so on. Is there a need to have a Profile on in Aperture and if so why and what are the benefits.
The reason I ask this, is because the other night Idid a Star Trail Shoot and imported my 200 images. When the first image came up, the Milky Way looked oh so gorgeous in all her glory, and I thought to myself, what a great job Idid on my first ever Star/Night shoot like this. Then all of a sudden, it went all dark and all the colour disappeared :( I was disappointed. I then went to the next and the same thing happened and I realised it was loading and once the loading was finished the colour dropped out of it.
This I didn’t just realise, but had it happen every time I go to a image. If its a daytime Landscape, once it finishes loading, the Brightness drops, the images get darker EVERY single bloody time … Can someone please explain this too me ?? What I thought a good image, loping on the LCD or on my iPad Mini(jpeg) they are nice shots, but once they finish loading into Aperture they loose their … … lust I suppose I could call it.
So whats happening ? Is it me, or is this what happens? Is it the Colour Profile in Aperture or is it the Colour Profile I shoot in ? Can someone please give me some insight. This has bugged me for the whole time I have had Aperture, but lived with it and did Post Processing :( Not what I want anymore.