Capfunny @ 01/22/19, 17:15
at the evening, too, the snow went to the blue
It's not so simple.
On the one hand, in reality, the snow did not look completely white, but with a light blue. However, not so pronounced. On the other hand, on my Note9 screen it is more white. But on MBP 15 - blue.
More interesting is another. There is such a theory. Human eyes and a digital camera perceive and interpret the image in different ways.
The human brain thinks snow is white. This is an axiom. And, even if in reality the snow has a blue, pink or some other shade, the brain will still perceive the snow as white. And the matrix of the device that gets into it, then captures. And then the soft camera interprets this matter, making the snow white (as the user expects) or blue (as it is in reality) in the picture.
True Tone in iPhones essentially works on the same principles. There, "white" may have different color temperatures, and white and white to the brain.
So, the reality and what we see with our eyes on the screen of an electronic device showing a digital photograph can be very different pictures =)
PS But all this does not negate the fact that most digital cameras on the machine in the evening in the winter lie with the color temperature of the pictures.Posted on 1/22/2019 at 6:26 PM:
GrayGM @ 01/22/19, 19:09
I remembered the toy CnC: Generals. There, one unit said "Only push the button"
Post has been editedheavy-razzer - 22.01.19, 18:27