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PostPosted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:37 am 
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and preferably freeware.

What are people's recommendations in regards to image analysis software?


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What do you mean by Image Analysis? i.e. what would the software be analyzing for?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:19 pm 
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specifically, colorimetry and colorimetric shift


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You could use QDI COLORPRO colorimetry software together with CRAIC instruments for colorimetry analysis. You'll need a CRAIC microspectrometer though...

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Honestly, I have not even the slightest clue (Google does!). Please note most of us, with only a few exceptions, join this forum to discuss photography, not science.

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Like Bjorn says, that's a very specific requirement. I'm sure your course mates or research group will have better recommendations.

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true, i just thought I'd put it out there :wink:

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I think thorough color analysis takes pixelpeeping to a whole new level :lol:

If you must convert your photographs to graphs, check out Exposureplot. It's a free utility that analyzes all of your photos, and makes nice graphs what focal lengths, ISO and shutter speeds you use most.

Scientific enough, and probably more relevant to photography :)

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actually, that sounds like a good one - thank you!


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