I lent my E-PM1 with 14-42 kit lens to a friend whose camera had died unexpectedly. (Some sort of Canon, P&S I think.) She commented that she was concerned about its color rendering -- she said something I didn't follow about it emphasizing some colors over others. She's a painter, so has a more highly developed sense for color than I do. She is experienced with film photography, but I'm not sure how much she has done with digital. What can I recommend that she try to tweak in the camera? I suggested that she try setting the white balance for the type of light rather than relying on the auto WB, and making sure that the "keep warm colors" was turned off. Any views on whether the E-PM1 has issues with rendering colors? What about the 14-42? I have an Oly 17mm 2.8 that I can lend her, if that might do better with colors. I mentioned post-processing to her, and she said she was reluctant to do that because "everything you change means that you lose detail." She said she'd been using Photoshop. I said I didn't think that was true for Lightroom -- am I correct? Thanks!