In the previous post, I discussed how I created some color profiles for the Fujifilm GFX 100 using strobe lighting and ColorChecker 24-patch (CC24) and 140-patch (CCSG) targets. I showed you numbers and graphs that analyzed the accuracy of each profile. In this post, I’ll show you some images. All come from the DPR Studio Scene for the GFX 100, so the subject matter will be familiar to many of you. I boosted the brightness a bit using the Exposure tool in Lightroom. All of the images got the same boost, except for the LumaRiver reproduction style profile, which needed more than a stop extra. I white balanced to the bottom of the gray square in the middle of the image.
Caveats: The DPR studio lighting my not match my strobes output, and their GFX 100 might have slightly different color filter array dyes than mine.