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

Mark Scott Abeln wrote:

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.

A major consideration is art conservation. Some materials are quite light sensitive, such as watercolors and textiles, and so light levels are kept low to prevent fading. Also, bulbs that don’t emit ultraviolet are particularly important.

Yes.   I hadn't considered that.   And that explains the "Do Not Touch" signs as well.

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