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Creating camera profiles with Colorchecker Passport

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Hi all,

In Ligthroom, I can import a photo of a Colorchecker Passport (or some other such charts) previously photographed with any given camera under any given lighting situations (shade, overcast, etc.), and then create one or several camera profile(s) (and even camera/lens combination profiles), based on such profile(s) which I can then specify as default and/or select as needed under the Camera Calibration panel as an alternative to Adobe Standard or any other preset modes/profiles that come with my camera (such as, e.g., Camera Neutral, Camera Vivid, etc.).

This is a very useful feature, especially when shooting the same subject with two different camera bodies, or two lenses of different makes.

Is there a way to do the same thing in Photo, at this time?

Many thanks in advance for your knowledgeable tips!

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Didn't looked, but you can use the forums search facility to find out.

Further the only way so far I can imagine a Colorchecker Passport might can be used here, is maybe via WB or a Curves gray point/white point/black point setup. So to say in a similar way as you would use a plain graycard here. But sadly actually not for the wider color spectrum of the device like cam profiles etc.

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