Unfortunately, no. I have two issues with skin, I have exactly two portraits shot with my P45+, one of those is showing myself, and that one is discussed here: http://echophoto.dnsalias.net/ekr/index.php/photoarticles/79-p45-colour-rendition?start=6
The other issue is that as I am a landscape shooter, I cannot really say what skin looks like.
But, I have found some oddball issues with the Adobe Standard profile on the P45+, that I fixed by generating a DCP profile, see below:
So I would say that a profile may be reasonably accurate and still produce outliers. The P45+ with the C1 linear profile has outliers at DeltaE* = 17.2, while LR 5.3 with my home made profile has a Delta E of 7.13 for the same patch. Still, the very same patch on the SLT 99 has a Delta of 1.48.
I had downloaded a two raw files from Nikon D3X and Aptus (of some kind). In those images the D3X had a pinkish skin tone with the Adobe Standard profile, but the exposure also included a ColorChecker,
which enabled me to create a DCP profile that removed the pinkish tone. The D3X still looked flat compared to the Aptus.
The image below shows the outliers:
P45+ with capture one on the left, P45+ with LR5.3 at the center and SLT 99 on the right. The LR5.3 files use DCP profiles generated from a ColorChecker Passport.
Hi Erik, I know you shoot landscape, but was wondering if you have noticed any difference in how skin tones are reproduced?