Forums > Digital Art and Retouching > Test how well you can see color hues

Photographer

SoCo n Lime

Posts: 3283

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

nice find

i wonder how many are telling the truth or needed 4 attempts wink

im a 12

im happy enough knowing im not perfect wink

Jan 23 13 04:24 pm Link

Photographer

Julia Koch

Posts: 28

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Got 8.

Acceptable I guess.

Jan 24 13 01:54 pm Link

Photographer

goneferal

Posts: 180

London, England, United Kingdom

12
...... but I'm pefect in so many other ways.

Jan 29 13 06:17 am Link

Retoucher

Alejandro Crespo

Posts: 114

Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Bolivia

0 bitchez! big_smile

Jan 29 13 09:46 pm Link

Model

Wynd Mulysa

Posts: 8619

Berkeley, California, US

I think doing it on a computer might not be as accurate as if it was on paper.  My eyes hurt!  I got an 11.

Jan 29 13 10:49 pm Link

Digital Artist

ShuttingDown

Posts: 68

Crystal Lake, Illinois, US

Wow, that was cool.  First try; perfect!

99% of the time, I work with HSB/HSL so very used to hues.  And I'm also the type of person that will re-adjust single pixels sometimes.  I love fine details smile

Jan 30 13 04:10 pm Link

Digital Artist

ShuttingDown

Posts: 68

Crystal Lake, Illinois, US

@Wynd, good point.  My monitor is calibrated, so perhaps that made things easier for me.

Jan 30 13 04:12 pm Link

Photographer

Nyctiphaes

Posts: 159

Athens, Attikí, Greece

94........ i know i m colourblind, oh well.......

Jan 30 13 04:44 pm Link

Photographer

Kelvin Hammond

Posts: 17378

Billings, Montana, US

4, but I'm still working through my first cup of coffee on a cold monitor...  lol   

It would be interesting to see if the results are consistent first thing in the morning vs after lunch.

Jan 31 13 07:53 am Link

Photographer

JaneyGarnet

Posts: 85

Portland, Oregon, US

Zero first try last year on a crappy monitor that had never been calibrated in its life.

I read an article years ago about how mothers of colorblind sons, like me, tend to have better than average color vision. Who knows?

Feb 01 13 12:20 am Link

Photographer

chasecaleb

Posts: 154

Kansas City, Missouri, US

JaneyGarnet wrote:
I read an article years ago about how mothers of colorblind sons, like me, tend to have better than average color vision. Who knows?

I read that about four times thinking I switched a few words around or something. That's SO crazy, I wonder how that works.

Feb 01 13 11:02 pm Link

Photographer

DarkFlame Images

Posts: 171

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

got a zero here first go, non calibrated monitor. (never done)

Feb 02 13 12:00 am Link