Vittorio Villani wrote:
The BW seems to be more problematic.I made some measurement with the ColorMunki (same hardware used for the profile). I did 3 measurements for each value to be sure that the reading was correct. I will report the medium value. For black point (L*a*b* values in the file 0 0 0) I have an a* value of about -1; L*and b* are close to what I expected (4,2 and -0.2). For a grey point (L*a*b* values 52 0 0 0 in the file) I have 48.9 -0,8 -0.6. So what it seems that BW is a little bit green and not neutral.
That's a delta E of 1. That's pretty good. Many would say it is excellent. In any case, the neutrality will be judged visually in comparison to the paper white. What is the paper a* b* ? How are you testing it ? If you are measuring it and using the measurement values, then you need to be feeding your target L*a*b* values into the absolute colorimetric B2A table. Naturally you won't get the target values if they are out of gamut. Is that what you're doing ? Graeme Gill.