Probably a dumb idea but I have to paint the kitchen and I really like D65 white..
I know Sherwin Williams has a system with a spectro that will read a color patch/swatch/chip or whatever you put in front of it and convert that to a paint code. Anyone know what system this and what color space it uses? Just wondered if they can manually enter the coordinates for say D65 to get a really nice white?
I know if I ask the person a the store, I will get deer eyes..
Or is it not applicable since D65 is talking about light and paint just reflect light either being neutral or adding/subtracting color from the light.. ug..think I just answered my own question..