|Autors: Kamenov, V. V., Vladimirova, G. K.|
Title: REALWORLD AND SOFTWARE SIMULATED ILLUMINANTS IMPACT ON THE COLOR CONSTANCY OF PRINTED DESIGN PRODUCTS
Keywords: color management, illuminant metamerism, color reproduction, product design, standardized illuminant, color constancy
Abstract: Abstract: The presented paper aims to evaluate the impact of real world and software simulated illuminants, used for color samples observation, upon the color reproduction of printed design products. The objects of research represent three design concepts for a cover presentation of the „Bulgarian tourist chamber”. Based on comparative analysis, the resulting data will help to determine the final design product, having best quality color reproduction in various real world observation environments. The goal is, using color management, to find the design with best color constancy upon illuminant change. The three design cover concepts are analyzed numerically and the color errors associated with the process of soft proofing them are determined. The aim was to determine the color differences at the beginning of the research between the digital original designs and the expected results from printing them on a digital printer, simulating the final print conditions – offset process.
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