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Old 16th of February 2012 (Thu)   #27
Tessa
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Default Re: Anyone else colorblind?

My hubs and his brother are both somewhat red-green colorblind. Hubby is also a photographer; he manages well on his own, but does occasionally ask for my opinion on the colors of his pics.

Also, because we often shoot together I'm used to describing things to him in other terms than colors. Instead of saying "that red car there", I'd say something like "that small Toyota with the broken tail light". Definitely avoids confusion.
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