Having a greyscale card or color chart with you is crucial, and always use it for the first image. So now you can make a white balance correction in Lightroom or whatever program you're using. But this only works if your monitor is color calibrated, like this one: https://amzn.to/3DYUgxF That's what I have. So you truly see the colors how they come outHey im really tired.
Im looking for a Camera that gives me Most accurate colors.
Im so tired of Reading and trying around, idont have words for that. I try for years for a solution.
We using CRI95 flouriscent Lights with 6500k and varoius LED Lights, also Hensel Studio flashes.
We try Colorchecker Digital with Xrite Software, Basiccolor Input, Lumariver.
We try different Cameras over years (5D MKII, 5Ds R, EOS R, Sony A7III) and now i buyed a EOS R5, hoping Standard Camera Profile for ACR was good enough to get good colors.
But at least i See better and more accurate colors from my Pixel Phone Camera.
Sometimes its Not even near the Color that i See in Front of me.
I dont want to Spend 20k for a Hasselblad or Something when my Phone can do a better Job.
Look at the Brown from Interieur. On left Side R5, right EOS R both RAW with ACR (Camera Standard), with Exterieur taken with Google Pixel, Color real accurate.