Save the image as a DNG so you can open it in the ColorChecker Passport Desktop Application.
Click the ‘Save Image’ button in the lower left corner. A new window will appear.
In the ‘Format’ drop-down, specify DNG by selecting ‘Digital Negative’.
Launch the ColorChecker Passport Desktop Application.
On a Mac, it is located in: Applications/ColorChecker Passport
On a PC, it is located in: \Program Files\X-Rite\ColorChecker Passport
Select the DNG tab and drag and drop the DNG file into the window.
Click the Create Profile button. The software will automatically search for the patches and build the profile. If the software cannot find the patches, you will be asked to manually identify the corners of the patches.
Give the profile a meaningful name that describes the lighting conditions and click Save. By default, it will be saved to a directory that Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Lightroom use to store DNG profiles.