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Actually neither a correct calibration can ensure that you are going to see you absolute color. Your cornea acts (even if slightly) as a prismatic lens, which refract light with different angle depending on their frequency. Then the light would go though another lens (your eyes or a camera) therefore being refracted again (think about chromatic aberrations). ...


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I've thought about how to do a science experiment, such as for a gradeschool project, to determine whether eye color changes in a person. Some of us are told that our eyes change to match clothing, or with mood, etc. I was thinking to make a hole in a Kodak grey card, and hold it up to an eye, and photograph the eye withnthe gray around it. Adding some ...


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There are several ways to do so. you could use a adjustment layer "Hue/Saturation" with a layer mask to change just the color of the eyes (easiest way). To do so follow these steps: go in the lower right corner of Photoshop where the circle is. (half White half black). From the list select "Hue/Saturation". Once the layer is added, select the layer mask ...


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There are many ways to approach this. Using Photoshop... I would use a masked layer with a color in it or with a hue saturation adjustment layer. Go to the layers palette. On the bottom of the palette you'll see an icon that looks like a half black, half white circle. Click on that, a menu will appear, select Hue / Saturation You will see a new layer ...



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