So I was browsing the thread about setting up a night scene with VRay in which someone posted a link to CG Digest tutorials. I read through the gamma correction tutorial located here: http://www.aversis.be/tutorials/vray...l_gamma_01.htm
Generally speaking I found this tutorial to be very interesting and easy to follow. I think that the gamma corrected workflow is definately something that yields better results than an uncorrected workflow and therefore worth pursuing. I do however have one huge problem: I design tradeshow exhibits. Almost all of these exhibits are attached to advertising/branding campaigns that require that specific colors are used. Simly adjusting a "washed out" color to some other random color is not really an option. So, I am wondering if there's anyway around this issue. In the tutorial the author says that you can asign individual gamma correction to texture maps (bitmaps) but what about straight colors?