Intentional Color Corrections Planned for Display in Ambient Light

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flyinglentris
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Re: Intentional Color Corrections Planned for Display in Ambient Light

CameraCarl wrote:

I've heard a lot of professional photographers/printers say that they install 5000 K (or some, 4700 K) lights for viewing their prints. But I never bothered. I figure that everyone has different light temperatures in their homes/offices and sometimes many different temperatures considering all the different kinds of artificial lighting now available. I would think it to be a nightmare for a photographer to try to guess what conditions the print might be displayed in and make changes to the print accordingly... unless there is a client with specific needs who identifies the lights in his display area and is willing to pay for custom prints. So I simply print for daylight temperatures.

These days, you still cannot even count on the quality of ambient gallery lighting for prints that you might want to sell.  In that case, you are the client of your own work.

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