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  1. I recently had surgery for glaucoma. A by-product of this was having the lenses in both eyes replaced with artificial ones. My doctor says the cataracts weren't that bad, and only slightly worse than average for someone 50 years old I am totally blown away by how "blue" everything looks. Especially exterior daylight, which I assume to be more UV light being passed through to my retinas. Even indoors, blue objects (especially on computer monitors) are distinclty more bluish. This makes me think that the aging population of photographers are seeing images much differently than the young. In other words, if you're over 50 and think you are accurately judging the colour grading of your photography for all audiences, you are fooling yourself. All the bluer tones in your work will be boosted unnaturally fromthe point of view of someone only 20 years old, viewing the exact same image. Has anyone else thought about the ramifications of this to professional photographers? Tim
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