I (assume?) know my Aptus II 6 doesn't show a jpg-process-derived histogram on the camera back... but I was wondering how one would go about getting the most "RAW" histogram representation upon import into both LR and C1 for these MF files.
I'm about to start my minor-area classes (photography) for my doctorate (music) this fall and will be doing a lot of fine-art work. Back in my Sony days, i got a lot of benefit from working with files that were as neutral and "raw" as possible... including using UniWB... such that my initial preview on the camera LCD was as close a representation to the RAW histogram as possible.
No UNiWB, lol... but I'll be shooting tethered with my Aptus a LOT this fall and want to get set up so that what appears post-shutter on my laptop screen is as neutral and representative of what the sensor actually captured as is possible. Do I simply zero out all the sliders, choose a linear tone curve, and use a custom camera profile?
Any thoughts, pointers, or resources you all could point me to would be very helpful.