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Lumariver Profile Designer Workflow Questions Beginner
« on: December 03, 2021, 12:31:05 pm »


I am currently reading/studying the 124 pages of the manual.
The program and its setting options are very extensive.
However, my English knowledge lets me down partly.

Therefore my questions in connection with CaptureOne.

A) Is it correct that I can only create a TIFF from CO with the settings:
# Basic Characteristics > ICC Profile >Effects > No Color Correction
# Curve > Linear Rendition
to create a camera profile in Lumariver Profile Designer?

B) Do I need to export another TIFF from CO with the settings eg.
# Curve > Auto/ Standard?

C) Do I need to import another generic profile from CO into LPD?

D) What workflow do you use A) - C) and why?



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Re: Lumariver Profile Designer Workflow Questions Beginner
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2021, 09:27:13 am »

Hello, i'm an user of C1 and Lumariver. I send you a link i found very interesting. I hope it can help you.

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Re: Lumariver Profile Designer Workflow Questions Beginner
« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2022, 05:35:45 am »

For scene referred profiles yes. You can also use a linear scientific, without the roll off of the curve in highlights. They are not created by default for all cameras but you can copy one.
For profiling I recommand to use an optimal exposure as well as a uniform lighting as perfect as possible, a LCC, and a good chart as a colorcheckerSG. Lumariver can obtain "acceptable" results with the colorchecker 24.

Lumariver only need to know the values from C1 pipe before the application of the profile and before the contrast curve.


I mostly use a color fidelity workflow even for anything else than reproduction.
However it can sometimes be more complicated for retouching and requieres some very good knowledge about colors.

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