I probably could have posted this somewhere else as it's not specifically an X100 question.
However this camera is my first and only digital one (added to a couple of Fuji film rangefinders) so excuse me.
Question: What are the ramifications of over saturation as indicated by the RAW processor (in my case Raw Developer, not Silkypix) A fairly pure red seems particularly susceptible to this result. It is, of course, fixable--with some loss of intensity. How would this likely print without correction?
I note that pure red does play tricks in both photographic and digital imaging, I see the phenomenon on digital TV often and when I was a film editor it was a colour that I avoided in super titles for films for TV broadcast.
I do presently make initial enhancements in Raw Developer then fine tune the TIFF result in Photoshop Elements (which does not seem to have an over saturation indicator BTW)
I'd appreciate any advice, preferably without suggestions that I purchase other software, this is my toolkit for now.
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