I am working on a project that requires a fair level of color accuracy. I am using SketchUp Pro 2017 and Enscape 2.5.1 with default settings.
Please see sample color below. This is an existing building we are trying to match the wall colors to our new design.
The following is a screenshot of the new concept as it looks in the SketchUp viewport. Notice the similarity (not exactly the same, but close) of the protruding facade bay with the sample image.
The next image is the same view rendered with Enscape. Please notice how much lighter the gray/pale green color renders. It is more off white than the sample color.
In general, I have notice that the Enscape colors tend to shift towards red, producing a brownish tint that in this particular case is not the effect we are looking for.
The RGB values are the same on both SketchUp and Enscape, and I am not using any custom settings. All settings are default values. My monitors, HP Z24n are set to default settings as well.
The date/time of the scene is set to June 21 at 2:00 PM, and the Enscape Color Temperature is set to 6600 K.
Any ideas/suggestions (other than Photoshop) on how to match SKP color to Enscape rendering?