So you are a discerning photographer looking to get all the colors correct in your images. You use a grey card or an X-Rite ColorChecker Passport to calibrate the white balance and color of your photo. You have also calibrated your monitor.
So the question really is, how well do you see colors? X-Rite has a test on their website that lets you see how well you can differentiate similar hue tones. It’s a simple test to do. For each row, the first and the last color chips are locked in, and all you have to do arrange the other color chips so you get a continuous gradient from the first to the last chip.
The lower the score, the better, with a score of zero being a perfect score. I got a 4!
So take the test through this link, and be sure to post up your result here! Best result gets a cookie ;)
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