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Valburg wrote: > > At 10:13 PM 7/24/99 -0700, Steve Bye wrote: > > The example on the Arnigassan@aol.com > >website just looks faded, no color shift. > > Warning: opinion to follow. I see a marked color shift in Arnolds > example. Check out the middle grays in the clouds, for instance. > > > > >Why does the light magenta give up for some people and the light cyan for > >others? My prints ALWAYS turn what I would call orange in 2-3 months in > >bright office fluorescent lighting. > > A lot of info on the list of late has been suggesting multiple processes of > fading: some from visible light, some from humidity variations, some from > ph. No reason to believe that each would effect the different ink colors > in precisely the same way. > > Regards, > Mitch Valburg Also, don't forget that color is totally subjective. No two people see a particular color exactly the same. And if you are partly, or fully colorblind, forget it, there is no way to describe the color shifts accurately :-} -- John Goerger - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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