Hi y’all - I bought NLP only a few weeks ago after running the trial session. I was really satisfied with the results compared to ColorPerfect and continued to be up until this past week. Current setup is an Epson V700 with Vuescan.
I developed a bunch of film this past weekend, but each scan I’ve run through NLP (either as a TIF or DNG) gets completely mucked up. Insane cyan or green cast, highlights blown out, etc… I’ve tried resetting my Lightroom preferences, deleted & re-downloaded NLP, triple checked I haven’t accidentally added any adjustments on Vuescan, made sure the WB was set to 6500 (also tried sampling the film base), everything I could think of.
I ran the same exact TIF negative file through both ColorPerfect and NLP, and these are the results, without any further tweaking on my part (top is from NLP/Lightroom, bottom is CP/Photoshop)
As I mentioned, NLP was initially working great for me until this week. I did just download NLP’s “Sample Raw dslr scans” folder and imported them to Lightroom, and the conversions for those photos were perfect. I’m not sure what’s going on with my own DNG and TIF scans.
Few other samples of both DNG & TIF (various film stocks)scans after running through NLP:
I have a gnawing feeling that this is some sort of user error on my part, but for the life of me I can’t figure out how to fix it. If @nate or anyone can offer any guidance or suggestions, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!