Hey all, I've got a question.
I just started using a grey card, the colorchecker passport, to help me get my white balance at events, including my daughter's indoor volleyball courts. I shoot the card, and then use that image in lightroom to select white balance and apply that to the other photos takein in the same local area. Sometimes when they switch sides, window light comes into play, so I take another grey card exposure.
Anyways, I shoot RAW. And there are times I underexpose up to a stop in order to get a high enough shutter speed for the action.
My questions are...
Should I underexpose the grey card on that shot by one stop, as the pictures will be, or should I properly expose the grey card?
What white balance should I use when shooting the grey card? Does it matter?
I'm colorblind in some colors, and this colorchecker passport has made a BIG difference in my images, but for some reason I'm at a loss on these issues.