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Old 06-16-2008, 12:03 PM   #13
Wizzo
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Originally Posted by willie6622
I have red & green color blindness, but I can differentiate the two. I asked my eye doctor about this and he said that red and green do not look the same to me as they do to a person with normal color vision even though I can distinguish
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The term for the condition I have is a Color Deficiency even though most people call it color blindness. It is mostly men who inherit color blindness, affecting about 1 in 20 men for every 1 in 200 women. I don't think it affects my photography, but I always wonder what things look like to the "normal eye."

Yup - I suffer from Colour Deficiency as well.

I have absolutely no problem with photography and distinguishing colours in general, but give me any number of those tests where you have to spot shapes or numbers/letters hidden in the coloured dots and I'll fail every one
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