Reference files (averaged)
Reference CGI Images
These reference images are synthetic, which means they don’t have any photographic issue. They are a perfect virtual capture of the chart you have (bear in mind that you have to pick the ones that match your particular batch, which is printed in the very SuperChroma, like ‘2019-08’).
They come in three versions, like the reference files: full chart, without perimetral patches and only colors (no perimetral nor central cross).
You can use them as a reference to compare your captures. The closer your captures are to these images, the better and lower DeltaE differences you have.
You can use the picker tool to compare the Lab or RGB values (don’t forget both images must be in the same color space for that) or place the reference in a layer over your capture for visual comparison.
Working space profiles
These are high quality profiles that will help you keeping your images in the highest color quality and a very wide color gamut.
- H-RGB Pro G22 D50.icm
This is very similar to the Prophoto, but instead of using gamma 1.8, it uses 2.2
- H-RGB Pro Lightroom.icm
This profile is specifically made to use for exporting from Lightroom, as it keeps the image *exactly* as-is inside Lightroom. You can check it by looking at the histogram inside Lightroom and once exported, in Photoshop.
- H-RGB Pro L-Star D50.icc
This profile is equal to the H-RGB Pro G22 D50 but it uses the L-star gamma curve instead of a gamma 2.2
In this guide you can find more information about the chart to help yourself getting the most out of your SuperChroma.