Thank you for the interesting post. I have a question abut one thing you said above and would appreciate it if you could clarify that for me.agorabasta wrote:. . .
In both the 2800K and 5000K tables the colour patches marked with coordinates in white text are sampled and adjusted. The coordinates in black text are not sampled/adjusted, but must still fall pretty close to the stated values. The coordinate values in orange text are for general reference only, they must not be sampled/edited as they are derived from badly rarefied raw data in case of 12-bit raw; so their point values may deviate wildly.
Thanks for the reply. I thought that might be what you were saying, but I do not know enough about the subject to see why there would be fewer data samples for those patches, so I was wondering if you were meaning that the data was not refined (not accurate) and therefore might give bad results.agorabasta wrote:I surely mean what I say
Those 'foliage' and 'dark skin' patches raw values being mapped onto the output colour space produce very few possible data points. The precision of the HSL coordinates in H&S channels for those patches may fall as low +/-10 units, and is never much better than +/-5. Those are huge steps, and if you try correcting individual points so distantly spaced, you would be also affecting the colours of a range too broad.
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