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Re: That damn dress. [Re: lanovami] #628024 03/02/15 06:16 PM
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It's one of the reasons when we shoot digital images and then , again when processing we set the white balance . Many set the lightest color in the image, the area that will be printed as the lightest color that can show detail in their printer. Als they set the darkest shadow also. Lucky me that many of mine were of weddings, so normally didn't have a problem finding someone wearing white.

Cept many brides dresses are not pure white.

So there we go again.

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Re: That damn dress. [Re: AusMac] #628027 03/02/15 08:02 PM
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Re: That damn dress. [Re: AusMac] #628028 03/02/15 08:03 PM
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Re: That damn dress. [Re: Celandine] #628034 03/03/15 01:44 AM
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Originally Posted By: Celandine



"Everything Is Relative
in relation to whatever is next to it."



It's like that throughout nature.. and we can use
that perception of contrast to add depth when painting
that tricks the viewer into seeing depth where in
reality, none exists. (It's all the same flat surface)





Simply explained, everthing is relevant and in being that it displays possible revaluation.


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Re: That damn dress. [Re: lanovami] #628072 03/04/15 12:30 AM
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I saw blue and black and can't conceive of how anyone sees it as having gold in it. A pigment of the imagination indeed.

I saw a blue and black dress also....our pigment color wheels are just fine.... smile

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Re: That damn dress. [Re: lanovami] #628074 03/04/15 03:24 AM
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Originally Posted By: lanovami
I saw blue and black and can't conceive of how anyone sees it as having gold in it. A pigment of the imagination indeed.
Welcome to my world. I can't tell you how many times I've heard "You're not wearing that out tonight are you?" laugh

Re: That damn dress. [Re: AusMac] #628113 03/05/15 04:26 AM
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"Welcome to my world. I can't tell you how many times I've heard "You're not wearing that out tonight are you?""

I have my own son say this to me sometimes even though I have no color perception issues.


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Re: That damn dress. [Re: lanovami] #628117 03/05/15 04:34 AM
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Originally Posted By: lanovami
"Welcome to my world. I can't tell you how many times I've heard "You're not wearing that out tonight are you?""

I have my own son say this to me sometimes even though I have no color perception issues.
LOL. In my case it's mostly color, not fashion, although the latter does apply too. grin

That's why Hawaiian shirts and jeans are always a safe bet. smirk

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