I just got Modern Photoshop Color Workflow by Dan Margulis, and it appears to be self-produced and only available from him (via Amazon or other brokers, though). Given the subject, I suppose he has very carwful control over the printing and is quite auteur.
However, I immediatly noticed that some of the examples don't show difference, and I suspect my reading light. More interestingly, picking up the book after using a tablet I found that it looked funny.
Just as we have to let monitors warm up, I seem to have to give my eyes time to adjust to the different white balance! In life that's instantaneous or takes a few seconds usually accompanied by brightness adapting anyway, so goes unnoticed.
So tell me (if you have a copy of that book), what color is the paper?
An unbleached or yellow paper might be nice for black text, and I use Finch vanilla or Crest natural white myself. But as I write this I realize that such would not be good for printing photos on, so it's probably "white".
So does one need to read it using an Ott-lamp or outside in the shade or something? Is it meant for a low color temperature (which looks normal when dim to indoor levels) or 6400K lamps?
More generally, how can I get the most out of this material?