I’m encountering an issue with the photoscreening tool in the old mica toolbox. -the histogram in the photoscreening tool suggests my images are correctly / under exposed, but when I check them on RawTherapee (under a neutral profile) they are definitely overexposed.
Do you have any idea what may be causing this issue? I’ve tried re-installing imagej, DCraw changing versions etc. to no avail. I am using a windows 64 bit machine.
I have also tried using the new mica toolbox, but the photoscreening tool here also does not work. In this case, the settings box for visual or visual & UV does not open any options, and when pressing ok to continue I get an error to do with string and settings.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance
The new toolbox (v2) offers much better highlighting of image over-exposure issues, and as long as the image isn’t over-exposed in the toolbox you’re sorted. The bug you report means you’ve probably installed the toolbox in the wrong location (my bad – the file is slightly confusing at the moment). The four folders should be extracted to the “imagej/plugins” directory, and not all be an extra layer deep.