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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III - Page 4003post #60031 of 787199/16/13 at 3:39pm
Styleforum Top Pickspost #60032 of 787199/16/13 at 3:47pmpost #60033 of 787199/16/13 at 4:14pmI didn't want believe it was TB. I'd gotten my hopes up before and had them dashed. It'd left me heart broken and alone. They were dark times.
Then I saw the neck in the first photo under the spoiler! Rejoice! It is him! Not just some fakish clone, but the man himself! Oh frabjous day!
... And the peasants rejoiced.post #60034 of 787199/16/13 at 4:14pmpost #60035 of 787199/16/13 at 4:49pmQuote:
I think your instinct was right w/r/t shirt color. It's the wrong hue IMO. I don't know if it quite clashes with the tie or if it's that it seems too eastery with the tie but together I don't like them with what is otherwise a very nice outfit.post #60036 of 787199/16/13 at 5:13pmQuote:Originally Posted by mktitsworth
Quote:Originally Posted by YRR92
I tend to think of RGB as a subset of hue -- it's kind of a stretch to have a clear conversation about saturation or value in RGB terms. I'm lucky enough to be able to do most of my thinking about color in analog, intuitive terms (I do my digital work in Snapseed, because in Photoshop I look at the values on the sliders, not the image itself), so I can be kind of imprecise.
It can certainly be done, but it requires a small amount of linear algebra - really all any one needs to know is a little bit about Linear algebra. HSV and RGB are both bases for the three dimensional vector space of colors. RGB is a cartesian coordinate system where as HSV is cylindrical. Each of the three (Red, Green, Blue, or Hue, Saturation, Value) is a component of the vector. Using this, the conversion between the two is pretty easy. The first thing to note is that the two coordinate systems are not oriented in the same way. In HSV, the longitudinal coordinate (Value) is oriented along the line (a,a,a) in the RGB coordinate system. This is to say that if you took all of the colors where red=blue=green, they would lie along the axis defined by the value coordinate. Geometrically, we can think of this as rotating our RGB cube. Taking this to be an axis requires that we give up RGB and have to choose two other axes in the plane perpendicular to V. For Hue, what we do is project the points on our RGB cube representing R, G, and B into the plane, and then measure hue as the angle formed by the line between the origin and our red point and the line between the origin and whatever color we're talking about. Now all we need is saturation, which just turns out to be the distance between our origin, and the point representing our chosen color projected on to our plane with the RGB points.
Using this, we can translate between one or the other at will and talk about colors using whatever is appropriate at the time.
jacobi matrix up in this bitchpost #60037 of 787199/16/13 at 5:31pmvery nice scbrown. brown and purple is a winning combo.Quote:
could not agree more.Quote:
thanks, C. what shade/hue would you suggest?post #60038 of 787199/16/13 at 6:26pmpost #60039 of 787199/16/13 at 6:39pmpost #60040 of 787199/16/13 at 6:40pmQuote:Originally Posted by zhao
Excuse the bad cell phone picture but just a quick question, does this tie work, or would solid be better with a charcoal pinstriped suit?
I think a solid or plaid tie would be a better option for a pinstripe suit. A striped tie can be done, but it takes a good amount of skill. Also, is that a womans jacket? The buttons should be on the right side of the jacket, but it appears that they are on the left. Maybe it's a reflection or something.post #60041 of 787199/16/13 at 6:44pmQuote:Originally Posted by steffenbp11
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This has to be one of the best reasons/incentives that I've heard for running a marathon!post #60042 of 787199/16/13 at 6:50pmpost #60043 of 787199/16/13 at 6:57pmpost #60044 of 787199/16/13 at 6:58pmpost #60045 of 787199/16/13 at 7:30pm
I don't think I comment on your stuff much CP, but I do feel that at some point I should be on the record as lauding the consistency with which you put them away.
It's difficult to imagine what the jacobian would be useful for in processing the image function, but thinking about it you could actually probably get a whole lot of textural information - assuming you had suitable resolution to the original image.
something that's a pi/3 rotation away from the hue of the jacket, but with a slightly greater value.
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