I have finally gotten to trying out the DNG Profile Editor, and am very happy with the results. I have wrestled with the color in a number of images, feeling that they somehow did not come through correctly. Now, using a custom profile, they seem to be much truer and better behaved. Thanks for this!
I have made a profile at noon in direct sunlight using a Mini Color Checker, and have been applying this to a range of photos. I wonder what the intended strategy is: should I also be making profiles for overcast? For tungsten lighting? For high altitude lighting? What is the "ideal" lighting to make a single-table profile?
Also, I use mostly Solux lighting, and so don't have a 6500 source to make the two-table profile. How are the two tables created from one image when using the one-table approach, and what is given up by doing so? Would it be valuable to make a two table profile using a 5K Solux and a regular tungsten image, or would this confuse the 6500 assumptions in the software?
Thanks in advance,