sorry, moved this from the medium format section, maybe here is the right place to post this:
i was very excited that lr is now able to be my main/only tool for post processing my tech camera images with LCC shots, but i miss the ability to adjust the white balance based on the neutral shot.
i wrote this type of thread on lula forums as well a few days ago, but didn't get as much response as i wanted.
in phocus where i usually do the correction, the correction at first is applied to the neutral lcc shot - it turns into an evened magenta picture.
then those corrections can be applied to the desired image. BUT ALSO the corrected magenta lcc shot can be used to do a white balance on it and then turns into a grey card to set white balance for the real image - very very useful! only one additional step in postproduction
i hoped that the flat field plugin could do this automatically, even whitout setting the white balance manually (should be no problem).
but i can't even get a grey reference, because the correction file will not be corrected itself.
it isn't even possible to apply the correction file to itself by a duplicate - lr doesn't detect a "real world image" and therefore does nothing ...
how do you guys manage your lcc workflow?
does someone do it in lightroom?
how does it work in c1?
i would really love to do all my workflow in lr, but this would mean that i have to take another shot with grey card. or process the lcc file in phocus and transmit the values of the white balance to lr.