On 11/11/14 08:15, Elle Stone wrote:
> So the important question is:
> *What copyrighted or otherwise test images GIMP users might have
> downloaded from the internet and found useful, and *what kinds of
> test images GIMP users might have already put together, *for what
> particular testing purposes.
The things I find most useful are the following:
1. Peoples' faces. Important here is a wide selection of ethnicities,
such as white, asian, african, latino. It would be useful to have
individual images; and combination images with the extremes (e.g.
white, african, and wedding dress in the same image). In the
african group, a wide range from very black to brown.
2. Highly saturated from the natural world -- birds and flowers, for
example. I may have a few birds of use. Others may well have
3. Color gradients and ICC targets.
In this category I would find useful a chart specifically designed
to show the boundaries of different well-known colorspaces, such
as sRGB, AdobeRGB, and ProPhoto. If the chart had an outline of
the colorspaces as separate .xcf layers it would be great. It
might be useful to have layers for some printers as well.
It would be good if images have neutral gray cards / gradients of some
sort in them, although that is obviously not always possible.
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