Originally Posted by harlekin
Ehm. You put me in a tough spot.
All of what you've just mentioned is well known and initially thought of by myself not even worth explaining to anyone who has taken two hours out of his/her days to read up on calibration, or even just these forums - and yet you manage to make it sound so incredibly patronizing and knowledge heavy at the same time...
On the other hand, I respect what you have done for this community as a whole, so Im in no position to openly confront you about it.
It really depends on who you were trying to address I guess..
edit: I think I've a problem with someone trying to explain to me the concept and the importance of standards in a production/reproduction chain, because I've experienced the nuances of adhering to certain standards in other fields for years. (And am very cautious to things like changing specs mid cycle, without an official adaptation (like gamma...)).
Sorry but I don't understand the reason of your post, I didn't say anything for you personally and I don't know each one's background behind one forum nickname... this is an open forum that we are sharing calibration experience/knowledge, failures/ succesfull results etc.....everything. I did't replyed to teach you anything, or to showcase that I'm skilled and deeper involved in calibration industry etc.
I replyed to your post that as you mentioned that these colors were not real.....yes they are not real, nothing is real in Hollywood. If we don't try to follow the specs... there is not point to loose time to calibrate displays then.
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