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    X-rite color checker passport

    Hey,
    how many of you use the X-rite colorchecker passport, especially the Neutral white card. I personally use just the colour swatches and WB through them.








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    i have one which I got free with a light meter I bought a few years ago but I have never had the chance to open it.
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    I bought one a year ago with good intentions but still haven't managed to setup up the software and use it yet....
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    I have one and have taken the obligatory daylight (and flash) photos with my cameras and imported the images into LR. I then used the bundled SW to generate the profiles and tend to use them when I import photos.

    However, even though I apply the profile to the camera in LR, various Plug Ins that I use in CS6 tend to alter the results. So although I start off with a good baseline, I tend to end up with something a little different.

    I do this more as a fun and interesting technical exercise as I enjoy messing with stuff, rather than some altruistic desire (or requirement) to record colours and tones faithfully.

    Cheers

    Dennis

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