At 8:04 AM -0800 12/31/04, Greg Barnett wrote:
perhaps the white point of your new profile is very close to 100,0,0 Lab?
Can you take a look and let us know? I curious about this one… >perhaps PM 5.02 is generating white points that are “off” sometimes…
Here’s what I found, the media white point is 100,-0.11,2.79
yeah, interesting… anything with L=100 should have a and b as 0,0. I think this is the reason that PS doesn’t give you a white point sim option. Now, why the white is so hot in the profile arouses my curiosity… can you send me a copy of the profile?
I did some other tests using measurement data from earlier profiles of same paper (but from roll stock). The new profiles created in 5.02 using the same settings did not replicate the “problem.” Tried the same thing with data from other papers and paper white always shows up. Then I built new profiles from the data set in question and even with other settings, same result, no paper white.
right. It might be the measurement set,
So perhaps it is something about this batch of paper?
Or maybe my EyeOne is a little whacked?..
less likely but still possible
The stock is so thick I can’t run it through my iCColor to compare.
ah. too bad. it’s nice to have a point of comparison. If you want to drop a piece of the paper in the mail to us we can give the paper white a quick read with one (or more) of our instruments
I can send you the profile for a look if you’d like.
o Steve Upton CHROMiX www.chromix.com
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