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Term: Viewing booth

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Term: Viewing booth

A enclosed or semi-enclosed area with controlled lighting that is used as a consistent and controlled environment for evaluating visual objects, such as original prints and paintings as well as reproduction prints, and to compare originals with reproductions. Viewing booths are generally illuminated using known, standardized lighting such as D50 or D65 lighting.
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