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Re: photo backgrounds, etc
  • Subject: Re: photo backgrounds, etc
  • From: "d7432da" <donald@eastland.net>
  • Date: Mon, 08 Feb 2010 17:31:23 -0000


> The middle right one is more lavender. Nearly identical to the one from Superstition. I see little or no difference in the three blue ones.

Yes, the same as I see them. I think too much is made of the effect of the monitor colors. At the old workplace there were a lot of monitors of varying brands and initial costs. It was a print shop, so lots of photos were viewed on different screen monitors. Not a significant amount of difference that I could see. More something of brightness and a sharper vs softer image. Not much in color differences. It seems to me that the larger problem is of the initial photo that is downloaded, not the monitor.
> Do cataracts effect one's perception of color?

Don't know. I wouldn't think they'd change color perception, though. Color blindness does that and you could find some of those tests via a net search and see if your perception on those is lacking. Don't know for sure how reliable those you'd find really are, but they seem to be the same ones or similar too any I've ever seen otherwise.


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