What I want to know is how the “dull” looking renders of Carrara look on hard-copies in real life. I don’t have a color printer. I don’t know how a Carrara render looks on a digital printer. Any experience?
I have quite a bit of experience having things printed out.
Most renders tend to be a little darker when printed.
In order to get the right colours, I have always had to brighten the image either in Carrara or later in Photoshop to get it to look like it should.
This is my experience and the experience of about a dozen other people I know.
I’m sure there is someone who will run in and say “that can’t be true”, but that is our experience and MAY not be universal.
Best of Luck!
The new (most welcome) forum adjustments seem to push up long lost threads to the surface ...
Thanks for the info, anyway. So it seems, that print is darker and TV is brighter/more saturated. So the solution would be to test one (!) good looking render on the computer on the intended publishing media before going to tweak and tweak and tweak