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On Wed, 7 Feb 2018 21:28:48 +0100, android<here@there.was> wrote:

>On 2018-02-07 19:42:06 +0000, Tony Cooper said:
>> On Wed, 7 Feb 2018 10:06:07 +0100, android<here@there.was> wrote:
>>> Found some colour awareness test while slumming the French group...
>>> <>
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>> I see that you have posted the same message three times, so I'd color
>> you red with embarrassment.
>Bad spell day... Better spells tomorrow! :-)) Did you score better than 
>your display?

I'm sorry, but I really don't understand what you're referring to.  I
do have an X-Rite ColorChecker, but I have not mentioned or have any
color problems.  I think you are thinking of someone else.

The type of photography that I normally do does not require the use of
a ColorChecker.  I've used mine, but the adjustments the software
imposes have such a slight effect that I seldom bother.  

When I do use it, it's usually when I do table-top photography using a
combination of daylight and incandescent.  I use it in place of a grey
card, and that's usually sufficient.  

I think it might be an essential tool for someone doing product
photography, but I don't do that.

Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida