Hello! I am very excited to use your tool for analyzing photographs, but unfortunately the photographs I am using were taken before my involvement in the project, and leave much to be desired. Specifically, the photographs were taken under fluorescent lighting conditions. Is there any way I can use your method for creating a cone catch mapping model for our camera with the chart method, given that the lighting conditions are not sunlight? Should we take photos of the chart in the same lighting conditions, and is there any way we can figure out the illumination spectrum of our lighting conditions? We are really trying to analyze achromatic and chromatic contrast, but my understanding is that to run these analyses we need cone catch values, and to get those I need to create a cone catch mapping model. Thank you!

Creating cone catch mapping model from chart in incandescent light conditions
jolyon Answered question January 8, 2021