[argyllcms] Re: White Point

  • From: Hening Bettermann <hein@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 9 Nov 2015 14:07:25 +0100

Wow, a whole primer in color theory! Real great that you take the time.

that's the basic intent of the software bundled with the Passport, as well as
lots of other profiling workflows. It's certainly what you want to do for art

That's also as I see it. In landscape, however, my intention at least is to
reproduce the color of the light that was, not to neutralise it.

I am a bit surprised that you recommend Beta-RGB as the working space. I
thought the ideal working space would be the camera-own profile? and next best
ProPhoto? But maybe your suggested reading will answer this question along the

Now I will try RPP and see if it can extract as much detail as Iridient. If so,
the surface shall not keep me back. If not, I will stay with Iridient, and at
the same time try to improve my profiles, even if they never will be as good as
Iliah's. It is not that I was visually dissatisfied with my profiles. But when
I read Elle's recipe, I saw that I might be able to improve them.

Good light, and best regards - Hening.

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