Hello, Can you please provide more information on how to calculate the reflectance of a non-grey standard?
“An ideal grey standard is perfectly grey (i.e. has equal reflectance across the entire spectral range the camera is sensitive to). However, sometimes a standard might be dirty, or you need to use a non-grey standard. This option allows you to specify different reflectance levels for the different image channels. You can work out what these levels are by photographing your imperfect/non-grey standard against a true grey standard, and measuring the reflectance of your non-grey standard relative to the true grey.“
Unfortunately, the Spectralon is too expensive. I do however have a X-rite Passport. Would it be possible to use the 91.57% area on the Passport to do this? 91.57% is the highest reflectance value available on the Passport, correct?
Assuming you’re not doing UV/IR photography then the X-rite white square will be fine. It does not have a perfectly flat reflectance curve, but it is at least highly standardised and very diffuse, so you can just say you used that in your methods.