A lot better the white of the paper is white now.
Although the yellow still has this orange Hue (please compare with the scan)
This is he print screen of lightroom. My laptop (asus) can show 100% RGB and the monitor is calibrated
Have a look at the histogram… Peak on the left and peak on the right ( I guess this has to do with the high contrast between Black and White
BTW Used non direct light and calibrated my camera with a grey card
It's tough. Digital cameras and how they process colour is a lengthy subject. How we represent reflected light (ie light bouncing back off the inks on the page) with transmitted light (what we see from a monitor) is a tricky process.
I remember teams of people in print houses trying to replicate Fuji Velvia's super saturated colours in a colour print and visaversa.
Trying to show all the colours at once, as you have, is really difficult as sensors / software / conversions are more sensitive to some colours than others.
I always adjust the photo of my swatches with my swatch in front of me - and I only do one ink at a time.
I commend you for your achievements and your review is an EXCELLENT starting point for anyone looking to buy the DA Document inks