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Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.

VESELÝ, M. DZIK, P. KÁČEROVÁ, S.

Originální název

Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.

Anglický název

Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.

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en

Originální abstrakt

An abstract about the Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.Digital photographs printed on various inkjet papers and digital photographs exposed on classic chromogenic papers (RA-4 process) undergone long-term ageing, illuminated with average light intensity 4.5 klx of natural light. Optical density, E*ab, ICC profiles, gamut volume and ink concentrations were calculated from measured spectral data. The lightfastness was evaluated according to ISO 18909 and by the means of gamut volume changes. The differences in both type of materials and methods for light ageing of inkjet and classic photographs are discussed.

Anglický abstrakt

An abstract about the Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.Digital photographs printed on various inkjet papers and digital photographs exposed on classic chromogenic papers (RA-4 process) undergone long-term ageing, illuminated with average light intensity 4.5 klx of natural light. Optical density, E*ab, ICC profiles, gamut volume and ink concentrations were calculated from measured spectral data. The lightfastness was evaluated according to ISO 18909 and by the means of gamut volume changes. The differences in both type of materials and methods for light ageing of inkjet and classic photographs are discussed.

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@misc{BUT60997,
  author="Michal {Veselý} and Petr {Dzik} and Silvia {Buteková}",
  title="Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.",
  annote="An abstract about the Optical densities vs. gamut volumes for image lightfastness evaluation. An experimental study.Digital photographs printed on various inkjet papers and digital photographs exposed on classic chromogenic papers (RA-4 process) undergone long-term ageing, illuminated with average light intensity 4.5 klx of natural light. Optical density,  E*ab, ICC profiles, gamut volume and ink concentrations were calculated from measured spectral data. The lightfastness was evaluated according to ISO 18909 and by the means of gamut volume changes. The differences in both type of materials and methods for light ageing of inkjet and classic photographs are discussed.",
  address="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  booktitle="14th International Conference on Printing, Design and Graphic Communications, Book of Abstracts.",
  chapter="60997",
  institution="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  year="2010",
  month="october",
  pages="14--14",
  publisher="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  type="abstract"
}