For some reason the greens on my camera seem to be exaggerated (too much luminance/saturation) no matter what settings I use . All the other colures seem natural seem correct. Is there anything I can do on camera (rather post processing) to correct this?
Are you seeing this on jpg only or raw also? Was your monitor calibrated recently? If jpg only, what Picture Control is selected? If RAW only, what raw rendering program are you using? What color space are you using. If you are using missmatched color space between camera settings and computer, green is impacted more than others. Try setting both to sRGB and see if that is the cause. Stan St Petersburg Russia
Thankyou for your reply. I always shoot in raw and use Lightroom 5 for any post processing. The problem is evident on screen and when I print images. Both my computer (MAC) and camera are set to sRGB. Oddly enough the problem seems to get worse if I set the camera to standard or neutral rather than vivid. I have not as yet calibrated my monitor to my printer as I don't know how to do this, and will need to research it first.
Many thanks for your reply. I intend to invest in a calibrator so this will help. My problem however was evident on screen and on print but I think I have discovered why. I found a very tiny bright green insect, sadly dead, in my cameral which seems to have given out a green colour cast. I have removed it but will get my camera cleaned properly as well.