Gerhard wrote: > Argyll's perceptual intent involves a CIECAM02 appearance model. Yes, I was aware of that, however I do not know much about CIECAM02 yet. (I do know what it is basically all about, though - in fact I think it was you in sci.engr.color that gave me an introduction to it, quite some time ago) >>Anything less than that will yeild an image that appears flat and lifeless >>when viewed at interior lighting conditions. >> >IMO this statement rather refers to the image on the monitor. Oh! I was quite certain he was referring to the *print* appearing dull and lifeless, and I still tend to think this is the case. (have you read his complete post yet, just by the way?) > For instance, for my taste Argylls lightness mapping produces too dark > mid-tones on devices which can't reproduce a very dark black, thus I've > raised the lightness knee point. And I've also changed the chroma knee > point to obtain less gamut compression for in-gamut colors. Ok. I assume one has to recompile in order to make these changes? Thanks, Greg.