>Perrone, > >as a collective of people who deal with >imagery, it's often more telling to see a picture, than read a >chart. > >I agree the the final arbiter is the human eye. > >However, it's my experience that the human eye is not >necessarily a good judge of absolute values such as exposure >or Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR). >In this case I offer the chart as "confirmation" >that what the eye judges seems reasonable. Had it been >otherwise I would be questioning why; as I trust the measured >data more than the human eye. > >Regards,
>I think that most people will be using their eyes to make >judgements? Bill did you not use your eyes to make the charts?
I have just been given a warning for the above remark because it was deemed personal. I would like to state that it wasn't and merely an observation to the remark that Bill thought his information is better than the member's eyesight. I am not the only member that has questioned the validity of Bill's statements. Angry.