Role of sensor in color rendering?

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OP lélé Contributing Member • Posts: 595
Re: Sensor Cross-Talk

The Ghost of Caravaggio wrote:

lélé wrote:

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Thanks for sharing.

But do you think that, for example, the hue shift towards a 'slightly greenish brown' of caucasian skin tones when viewed from an angle and in the shadow is really caused by cross-talking?

Cross-talk artifacts are a function of the angle between the light and plane of the sensor.

Human skin emits IR light (red and lower). Red light increases cross-talk contamination.

You don't mention green hue problems with other subjects.

Thanks for your reply.

But if it's linked to the angle betwen light and the sensor, than it should depend on the position of the subject in the frame, not the origientation of the skin relative to the sensor plane

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