CS 4 HDR and Camera Response Curve questions (simple I hope)

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Jan 2, 2009
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Is this the same as the profile created by using a color checker card and a script?

If so, where is it stored so I can tell Merge to HDR where to find it?

Is it created by the calibrate DNG add on? I’m guessing I could plug script created numbers into it and have them saved.

If it is none of the above, how do you make one? Or is this above & beyond user ability, materials, electronics, etc.?

Fuji S-2

Thank you.

Bill

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harold_berm
Jan 2, 2009
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harold_berm
Jan 2, 2009
Short answer: the hdr merge function will calibrate your profile, after you load the images into it.
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Bill_Lamp
Jan 2, 2009
Harold,

The short answer is good. Actually, it is very good.

I found the differences in color accuracy and computer work time after creating a color profile to be quite noticeable. I have my camera’s profile set to default in ACR. I was wondering about this being something of equal benefit.

Thank you.

Bill
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harold_berm
Jan 2, 2009
You’re welcome, I found it confusing when I first started working with hdr also.

I should have posted that it will calibrate your "Camera Response Curve" instead of "profile".
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Bill_Lamp
Jan 2, 2009
I read your post to mean "camera response profile" and that to be the same as Camera Response Curve. No harm/confusing done. 🙂

Bill

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