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Re: Is accurate color possible in non-standard light?
« Reply #120 on: October 15, 2013, 02:36:51 pm »

That readings from 2 persons differ, does not make a method subjective.
Not sure I understand what you mean by readings. That sounds like a measurement of some kind so yes, it's not subjective. The perception from two people, fair to call that 'readings'? Fair to say it's not subjective?
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Re: Is accurate color possible in non-standard light?
« Reply #121 on: October 15, 2013, 02:43:20 pm »

That was certainly a fast reply!

I was referring to the situation where you and I were applying my 'method' in the same scene. I call the comparison to a stepped scale of white balances for 'reading'. You have earlier agreed to call it 'measurement' of some kind...
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