Re: An Experience to Learn From
It’s a feeling thing. If you feel he needs another round of education, then give it to him. Some will think that this means they are now the experts and you are not, but it still comes down to client management. I won’t say to anyone that I made a mistake, especially if I didn’t. I hope you made the client realize the error of his ways … (made him eat crow).
It’s for things like this why I created those video calibration tutorials on the entire calibration process. All the stories … all the methodology … and I let the client refer back to them when they want. Just takes 3.5 hours to sit through it all, but it is in the can now. For the benefit of both the calibrators and the clients.
Fortunately on a Sony set, calibration really does not take that long at all. No doubt you asked him the question of “why am I here?” You deliver reference video … not preference video. (well preference if dealing with a day mode)