Hi. I was wondering if anyone here has had success using their color checker to match colors on a photographic print? I've tried dabbing paint right onto my photographs to match colors, but the paint ends up covering the area that I want to check. When you dab paint onto a photo, you are actually comparing the dab of paint to the areas that are surrounding the dab of paint, not the area covered by the dab itself, no? Wouldn't it be better to use a color checker very close to one's photographic reference and do a comparison of colors like you would when checking colors in a real-life set-up with the color checker? I would greatly appreciate any advice on how to best use the color checker when working with photographs. Thank you in advance. Happy Painting!