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

Michael Fryd wrote:

A significant problem is small museums that emphasize low cost over quality light.
You can save money by using low cost LED lighting (both upfront, and in operating costs) rather than lighting that properly presents the work.

There are other tricks that play on the human visual system, one being the color of Matte framing, to provide a surround color manipulation.  That's cheaper still and often is done anyway.   It's just important to ensure that the color of the matte board used is conducive to color coordination with the image and how it is adapted by the human visual system.

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