Subject: Re: raw 3.1 professional custom profiles for highend digital cameras
I have run the FORS script twice, each time on a shot of the 24-patch Macbeth color checker taken in daylight. The target images were taken two days apart in bright sun. The results were somewhat similar, but the differences are noticeable. Moreover, both runs produced settings that seem over saturated. I shot the target in bright sun. Is that a mistake? Would indirect but even daylight be better?
I tried to replicate the shots closely, but I must not have succeeded given the differing results from the two runs. It seems as though the system does not tolerate much in the way of variance.
I am going to try this again under more tightly controlled settings to see if I can get consistent results that look better. Any suggestions in this regard would be appreciated.
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