Issue with ColorChecker Profiles

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Re: Issue with ColorChecker Profiles

Postby NNN637034044552448884 » Fri Sep 06, 2019 9:18 pm

I previously owned Pentax and the colors were off. I now have a Sony A7iii I do not have any color issues with the lenses (Samyang, Rokinon, Pentax) or any color cast due to lighting that was not correctable with white balance. But it is good to know that I can correct color using Capture One with my Sony camera and the Color Checker
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Re: Issue with ColorChecker Profiles

Postby C-M-B » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:10 am

Apart from the fact that the ICC profiles generated with x-rite are broken, right?
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Re: Issue with ColorChecker Profiles

Postby Dinarius » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:13 pm

As I've just posted on another thread, I downloaded Lightroom Classic and installed the X-Rite Camera Profiler plugin.

Very impressed.

And, yes, you get no loss of contrast and solid blacks (if you want them) in the profiled images.

C1 has some catching up to do.

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Re: Issue with ColorChecker Profiles

Postby Dinarius » Thu Dec 05, 2019 4:36 pm

Further to my comment above...

I've just created my first X-Rite profile with C1 20.

Unless I'm going blind, things have improved.

Contrast is better.

One one file, I'm easily achieving 0,0,0, RGB.

On another, I'm getting 3,0,0.

In both cases, this happens without having to move the Curves shadow all the way across.

Ditto using Exposure.

Anyone care to see if they're getting better looking profiles?

Thanks.

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