Maybe a stupid question

How would I use this if I wanted to use it to process raw files from a Nikon or Canon camera say for example a 5D Mark II? Actual RAW files from the camera, not scanning negatives. I inverted files in photoshop and then converted them in Negative Lab Pro but exposure and contrast doesn’t seem right. The colors and look I am getting is great though. Any ideas on how to start? I really like the editing system and the auto colors work really well along with the other enhancements you can do. Suoer easy.

Hi and welcome to the forum.

Can you post a screenshot of an original, negative of it and the result (Tiff?) of the conversion? This helps to get an idea of what you experience.

I’d also be interested to read why you do what you describe.

Your answers could help give you a better answer.

What I would really like is to be able to get that Fuji tone for black and whites in Lightroom or Photoshop. I cant seem to replicate it there. That is beautiful for Black and White sort of creamy Sepia photos.

You might like to search for respective Lightroom presets instead - like what you can get from Nate or other sources.

Agreed, if you’re after a film look, you’re much better off with Lightroom/Capture One presets than trying to invert your RAW file and putting it through Negative Lab Pro

Nates Presets or Mastin Labs should have you covered

It sounds like X-Chrome would be right up your ally!

Let me know if you have any questions about it!