I just received my first camera test print back! I was super excited to project a thing I made, mostly as I'm a bit of a projection buff. Anyhow, I was reading about print light reports and trying to understand what I was seeing versus what numbers I saw on the page, and really without something else printed to judge how the numbers change the image, OR having a supervised session with a colorist I have nothing to compare.
Hopefully someone can shed some light on how this all works in the end.
This first grab is literally from my phone grabbing off the projected image from the thing that I had lying around at the time screen.
This is Fuji 64D and the print lights came back 26-22-12. It looks quite more fantastic in person of course, and I have not gotten around to having any of this scanned.
I read that the blue light for modern films prints usually low because the method of film manufacture changed but the normal print light values
were kept somewhere in the 25-25-25 range average.