embarrassing to admit this after using Sony cameras for almost five
years now, and as my only cameras for over year. I've been
disappointed by how inaccurate Sony colors seem compared to Nikon, but
figured that trade off was worth it for the size and weight. Then
suddenly I stumble across a post where someone mentions that all it
takes is moving away from the Adobe Camera Profile in Adobe Camera Raw
and setting the Sony supplied profile as default. More realistic mellow
colors, a nice starting place to edit raw files from. No more
constantly blown yellows.
unedited conversion in Adobe Camera Raw, the first using the default
profile and the second using the Neutral profile.
Sony A7, Minolta 28mm f/2.5 @ f/5.6
To change the profile open raw file in Adobe Camera Raw and go to the
Camera Calibration tab. Click on name below Camera Profile and select
Next click over on the little icon to the right of where it says Camera
Calibration, and Save New Camera Raw Defaults. Now all your .ARW files
will start off at a nice neutral setting.