Re: How simultaneous contrast tricks even experts


Paco Rosso
 

Maybe.
The same words in diferent industries have diferent meanings. And this make a problem when two persons, from different industries talk about the same topic with the same words. It is like to talk different idioms with the same words. 


El sáb., 22 feb. 2020 0:10, Michael Jahn <michaelejahn@...> escribió:
Hi Paco,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tints_and_shades#/media/File:HSLSphere.svg 

Perhaps we are speaking about similar things differently ?

 
Respectfully,

Michael Jahn
2718 Cimmaron Ave
Simi Valley, CA 93065

805 416 6946


On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 3:06 PM Paco Rosso <pacorosso@...> wrote:
I totally disagree with this.

The outermost color in the wheel is the saturation, not the hue. The hue is the (angular) position of the color. The mix with a neutral color (call this "white", "grey" or "black") produce a desaturation. The "value" is the brightness of the color. ..

Respectfully,

Michael Jahn
2718 Cimmaron Ave
Simi Valley, CA 93065

805 416 6946

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