This seems like the unspoken word in this forum.
Am I the only one being frustrated by this phenomenon?
Lately I got an order from an interior designer whose client requested some inkjet prints, and just because metamerism was so evident, I was very seriously considering stopping digital prints until something better would come out.
The client loved the images, but I hate to live with the apprehension that my images will look different according to different light sources.
I am not talking of B/W, but when I print files that have been sepia toned in PS, then I start seeing green, and magenta depending by the light source,...and more I look more intense it gets, obviously.
In the Meyerowitz ad on HP that has been circulating lately, he says that the new generation of HP printers have reduced this effect.
Is HP the only one?