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Color
Monday, March 13, 2006

I just finished looking at a very interesting "introduction to color" presentation by James C. King from Adobe. The one I have is from 1998 but the concepts haven't changed much in the last 8-years (gosh, time flies). The presentation focuses on how human eyes see color and the invention of the CIE color scales. It was pretty interesting.

One other thing to note is that he relies heavily on annotations and OS X's preview sucks with annotations: there is no way (that I found) to look at them without clicking (and resizing!) each one.


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