Posts filed under: Nerdiness
Using Blender, an open-source 3D rendering application, to explore colorimetry.
Taking a few quick color measurements of the new iPhone
Using the Monte Carlo method to resolve conflicting information about color gamut volumes.
Leonardo's fake color experiment and the difference between additive and subtractive color.
A graph of my social media connections.
Computing the chromaticity coordinates of the Planckian Locus and computing color temperature using just a smidgen of calculus.
This space has been a little slow while I was in Texas finishing up a photography contract for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. On the flight between Dallas and Seattle…
Have you ever wondered why monitors have limited gamuts in the first place? Why can't they be made to simply reproduce all colors.
If you make your own prints then you've probably been in my position. I make a few prints, I'm not really sure if I like them, put them in a box between tissue paper and forget about them.
Some notes regarding color categories, perception and language.
A catalog of the differences in the way I see a scene compared to what is captured in a photograph.
Counting words in Barack Obama's inaugural address to find words used for the first time.