Yes I understand. Because opening the file and it being different from jpg
causes certain frustration.

I'll test another softwares too, to see the result.

2018-02-02 0:33 GMT-02:00 Peter Cripps <pe...@petercripps.com>:

> I see Jean-Luc has made a couple of interesting posts. All I have to add
> is that I opened your .CR2 file, and I do see the same effects that you
> observe. This is on 2.4.1, Linux Mint 18.3. I also opened the file using
> Lightroom, and again saw an initial image much darker than the .jpeg, with
> some noise.
>
> I was able to match the jpeg pretty well by increasing exposure, reducing
> highlights, and tweaking levels. And profiled denoise did an excellent job,
> as Jean-Luc observed.
>
> In the past, several people have pointed out that the raw files are just a
> starting point, and you wouldn't necessarily expect them to match the jpeg.
> But I will say that I find it convenient if they do look very similar,
> especially if the in-camera jpeg processing is good.
>
>
>
>
>
> On 02/01/2018 07:58 AM, Diego Queres wrote:
>
> Ok,
>
> I'll attach the original cr2 file. And the jpg file.
>
> I suspect the problem can be color profile (or something like it)...
>
> Maybe Darktable has problems to identify it... and let the picture darker.
>
> I test open CR2 file with Picture Viewer and shows the picture ok.
> When I open on Shotwell or Darktable, the picture shows darker and with
> noise...
>
> But i don't know the exactly problem...
>
> I use Darktable 2.4.0. Ubuntu 16.04.
>
>
> ​
>  IMG_0337.CR2
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/13er4IYY2VQX67VbthVaktsXKUxqGSSRV/view?usp=drive_web>
> ​​
>  IMG_0337.JPG
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/1reDZGZjW_sbC2i8ybk9hHrYIZ-3ONGlJ/view?usp=drive_web>
> ​
>
>
> 2018-01-31 20:12 GMT-02:00 Peter Cripps <pe...@petercripps.com>:
>
>> Can you post the .CR2 file for that picture? I saw the .CR2 that you
>> posted earlier, but it was a different image; the roses weren't pure red
>> like these.
>>
>> On 01/31/2018 01:56 PM, Diego Queres wrote:
>>
>> See the pictures:
>>
>>
>>
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