Sorry if I am sending to a wrong forum. I need an advice from the more experienced members, who familiar with the copying work.
I am shooting in a distant area of Russia and my Macbook failed. I cannot use the Sinarback 54H with my computer, cannot locate a Mac here (It is a PC country) and I have to finish 11 paintings tomorrow.
We are shooting with hot tungsten lights at 3200K with cross polarization.
I have my Leica m8 with a couple of lenses and a blue 80a filter and I plan to finish the work with the Leica.
I have two options:
1) shoot outside in the winter daylight. I do not like the idea, I am in Northern Russia now and it is too cold outside
2) shoot inside with my Lowels set up with the 80a filter.
If I decide to proceed inside, is there a simple way to calibrate the m8 (I have the 24 ColorCheker with me and a PC with broadband connection).