Macbeth color checker works on landscapes too.

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I took these images today and used the color checker by sampleing the white, gray, & black points in capture's curves using the eyedropper tools. Here is the comparison, what do you think???

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Took a photo of the color chart on the groud to sample the same light that fell on the trees.

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Go here to see the 100% crop and sharpness of the 50mm F/1.4 lens. That lens is soooo sharp!

http://www.pbase.com/todd991/image/40379483/original

Todd
 
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Baywing said:
I wonder what would happen if you used that to do a WB preset?
I did use it for WB preset, it is the fourth gray square to the right, I also set the white and black points for the contrast. I do use the 18% gray for WB.

Todd
 
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