If this video doea not address it nothing will! For EPSON

Started Mar 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
SoCal Dave
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Re: Relative colorimetric vs perceptual
In reply to Hugowolf, Mar 28, 2013

Hugowolf wrote:

The most common problems lie in the saturated greens and oranges. (A reason why Epson UltraChrome HDR inks include those two colors.) Fall foliage, with lots of yellow-reds, where you want differentiation between different yellow-reds (oranges), instead of a wash of the same color, is a fair example. Any landscape image with lots of greens that are different when seen next to one another, but would be difficult to tell apart when seen separately, would be another good candidate for look to perceptual, if you have those greens out of gamut.

Brian A

Can I ask you to clarify this statement specific to the Epson 4900 that has the green and orange inks you reference?  Specifically, using the Ultrachrome HDR inks, are you saying that you believe fall foliage would best be served by perceptual or by relative colorimetric?  Which?



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