I’m a bit curious on the best way to adjust the output for the human eye. Why does
ximage -e human use the
-c options only, instead of the
-h option offered by
pcond, which applies the
Apart from that, are there any rules of thumb I can follow in adjusting exposure or colour balance? Will I be compromising the scientific validity of “human perception” if I adjust the exposure or colour balance?
Also, can I also adjust the glare effect? Sometimes I feel as though
pcond -v is too harsh or sometimes, not harsh enough.
I understand it’s all a bit fuzzy, but hopefully I’d like to learn a bit more