Anders Torger wrote:
Not sure though if anyone does these things, surfed the net for calibration guides, and doing viewing condition corrections does not seem to be included in the standard procedure... perhaps I'm doing overkill stuff here? As a beginner it is hard to know how much the viewing conditions can differ from the recommended before it has significant impact.
It might well be overkill when starting out. It's important to get the fundamentals right, before being distracted by the more subtle aspects. Viewing condition issues become relevant when color appearance is being used to translate between device colorspaces. Systems that don't use color appearance (ie. that just use a colorimetric representation of color) won't have much, if any support for different viewing conditions. Graeme Gill.