With all these talk about exposure and colour balance, WB, colour cast, color management, etc, no one here seems to mention the above. I had wanted to organize a quick MO on ordering the above but there was no respondant. I thought that it could be because it was a very short period or that everyone had already gotten one.
But I don't remember seeing it being used in my studio shoot and when I did a search in the forum, there was very very few mentions of it. Again, with all these nick-picking about exposure, color cast and calibration, why is there no mention of this?
For those who don't know what it is and what it does, a description can be found here. A short quote from it is:A rough image is seen below:One of the most photographed images in the world, the ColorChecker is a unique test pattern scientifically designed to help determine the true color balance of any color rendition system. It allows you to avoid costly mistakes by checking for potential problems