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Rado

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Re: New profile making software: Lumariver Profile Designer
« Reply #180 on: July 06, 2017, 10:34:39 AM »

I've just snatched the Repro version to create some C1 profiles. Happy to support a fellow programmer/photographer.
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David Good

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Re: New profile making software: Lumariver Profile Designer
« Reply #181 on: July 06, 2017, 05:51:50 PM »

I picked up the Repro version as well for my Sony and Capture One. Excellent work Anders,

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Re: New profile making software: Lumariver Profile Designer
« Reply #182 on: July 07, 2017, 02:58:17 PM »

It is an interesting subject, would a 3000K-5000K be better than 2700K-6500K profile for example? Maybe, I don't know as I haven't done enough experiments. To test the simulation capabilites of DCamProf using SSF would be a place to start. I personally use the combo StdA-D50 or D55, I think D65 is unnecessarily high. It happens quite a lot from 3000K down to 2700K (the temp scale is not linear when it comes to color) so I'm thinking maybe one should step up a bit on the low, but I haven't made any serious testing there. It would be interesting to hear if someone else has some experience or ideas to share.

Thanks Anders for the detailed reply.  Very helpful!

It will probably be late summer before I have time to setup any controlled testing - but if I do end up trying out some different dual illuminant setups I'll be sure to share my results here.

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