Optoma GT720 Projector - Flesh Tones
Not the best, but very reasonable, especially with our settings used. Hey, the GT720 does at least as good on flesh tones, as the flesh tones you see at Best Buy on most of the LCDTVs they have on display.
Above and below, our usual suspects - Gandalf and Arwen, from Lord of the Rings, on Blu-ray.
Below are our three James Bond images from Casino Royale. Each has a different lighting scenario, the first - full sunlight, the second image; indoor fluorescent, and finally, filtered sunlight in the third image. And as one would expect, that causes each image of James Bond - Daniel Patrick - to have different looking skin tones. All look pretty good!
It should be noted, that use of a lot of Brilliant Color makes skin tones less natural, as there seem to be less colors available, and therefore a flat (mottled?) look on skin tones as in not enough shades of those skin like colors.
Consider these two images, varying by the amount of Brilliant Color. The second one has BC at 10. Start with the shades in the hand holding the iPhone (or even the fingertips. Don't look for huge differences, but ones that make a difference:
Brilliant Color = 10
Brilliant Color = 6
Note, the difference in the hand. Also, you see a good deal more detail in the boy's hair on the right, with the lower BC, due to more natural looking contrast. Colors are also a touch over the top with BC at 10.