itsmyacccountitsnowornever Posted January 27, 2021 Share Posted January 27, 2021 (edited) Hi, first I want to see if this post goes through but this yellow is meant to be brighter that this blue, if you change it to greyscale with the "Hue/Saturation" tool this: Turn it to greyscale that way and we get this: See that the blue is converted as DARKER than the yellow. Does the blue look darker than the Yellow to ANYONE? Also if the human eye really worked this way why would white with equal amounts of red, green and blue look white at all, shouldn't it look yellowy? It's hard to see why this should be? Update: I rotated the hue on the first image and then in a separate process reduced the saturation to zero, it gave me this: That looks a lot more what I would expect the first image to look like converted to greyscale than the second image shows where it has the words as just a little darker than the background. It seems there is a conspiracy against most people's favorite colour, blue. Edited January 28, 2021 by itsmyacccountitsnowornever addition Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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