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Navigate to C:/Program Files/CaptureOne (or Phase One)/Capture One version/Color Profiles/DSLR. Restart Capture One and go to Color tool tab - Base Characteristics - ICC Profile and press Show All from the dropdown menu. Then click on the dropdown menu again and find your custom ICC profile in the camera model list. Process the file in Capture One using the recommended settings and output a TIFF; Run the TIFF through the Camera Calibration software v1.2 to create your custom ICC profile. Quit and reopen Capture One. And that’s it, the profile’s right there ready to use. X-Rite also posted a video of the whole workflow to show the right settings. I recently upgraded my capture one version to the most recent. Now, when I print using an ICC profile (and not choosing managed by printer) the color scheme is way off. It’s almost like it’s printing the negative with the way the color comes out vs what’s in the image. A RAW file is assigned a color profile once Capture One has established which camera model has been used. The RAW data is then translated to the internal working color space of Capture One and it is here that edits can be applied. Image data is converted, by means of ICC profiles, to industry standard spaces such as Adobe RGB or sRGB during the.

by Brenda K. Hipsher – January 8th, 2019

X-Rite Announces Public Beta Release of ICC Camera Profiles Software

Quickly and easily create custom ICC camera profiles for Capture One users. Download now to maintain consistent color control from capture to edit.

New York, NY – January 8, 2019 – X-Rite Incorporated, the world leader in color management and measurement technologies (http://xritephoto.com/) announces a public beta release of ColorChecker Camera Calibration software v1.2, an updated version for photographers working with Capture One software that now includes TIFF file support.

Photographers can now create and save custom ICC camera profiles for virtually any lighting situation utilizing either an X-Rite ColorChecker Passport Photo or ColorChecker Classic target together with the X-Rite Camera Calibration software v1.2. Whether working in a DNG or ICC workflow, camera profiling ensures that a user can obtain accurate color at capture based on specific lighting, camera and lens combination during any given shoot, saving valuable time in edit.

“It’s been a long-standing request from Capture One users to be able to take advantage of our ColorChecker products to produce ICC camera profiles.” says Liz Quinlisk, Global Business Unit Manager, Photo & Video at X-Rite Incorporated. “It’s been something we’ve been working on and now our customers can immediately try out this pre-release software and provide feedback on any suggestions for improvement.”

Public beta software to create custom ICC camera profiles is now available free of charge. To register and download the software for Mac or PC and view a step-by-step instruction guide, simply go to xritephoto.com/cameraICC.

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Capture One allows you to save your color edits into an ICC profile, you can reuse for photos with similar needs for color adjustments. Select the ICC profiles in the Base Characteristics tool, or when you shoot tethered in the Capture tool tab in the Next Capture Adjustments tool.

A unique feature for Capture One Pro 6 is the ability to create custom camera ICC profiles.

In Capture One Pro 6, you can make advanced color corrections on RAW or JPEG images. As with any tool in Capture One, you can save your corrections from the Color Editor tool as a Preset for easy reuse the next time you have a similar image in need of color corrections. But any color correction done in the Color Editor can also be saved as a camera ICC profile.

This is very convenient as the created ICC profiles can be selected directly in the Base Characteristics tool or in the Capture tool tab in the Next Capture Adjustments tool when you shoot tethered.

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If you, for instance, are photographing food, you often want the food to look nice and more colorful than it really does. Use the Color Editor to tweak the colors and save the result as an ICC profile. The next time you shoot food tethered, just select the desired food ICC profile to correct the colors as you shoot.

The left image shows the colors from the default ICC profile for the camera. The soft cool light doesn’t give the apple a very appealing color. The right image was shot using the special ICC profile made for this particular lighting condition.

How to create a custom ICC profile for your camera

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I open the Color Editor and start in the Basic tab to add some global saturation. The saturation slider in the Basic tab is safer to use as it is specifically designed to prevent oversaturation of the colors. Then I move on to the Advanced tab where I use the color correction picker to select the color of the green apple and push the saturation, hue and lightness until I get a fresh looking green color. When satisfied I save my corrections as a Color Editor Preset. This step is not essential, but it is easier if I need to iterate my color edits.

To create an ICC profile I simply click on the Action menu for the Color Editor tool and chose “Save as ICC profile” as shown below.

ICC profile naming

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When creating a new ICC profile it is important to use the right naming convention to ensure that the profile will show up in the drop down menu for the used camera.

By default Capture One suggest a name consisting of

1) Unique camera model name

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2) “-“

3) “color corrected” (This is the only part which can be changed)

The application uses the unique camera model name and the “-“ to match the ICC profile with the right camera model.

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The last part of the name should be changed to a meaningful description of the profile.

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In the example above, I save my Color Edits made on an image from a Canon EOS 5D camera changing the name to a meaningful one:

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Next time I shoot tethered I can select this ICC profile directly in the Capture Tool tab in the Next Capture Adjustments tool. By doing this, I ensure that every new shot will show the colors exactly as I want them.

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