It is ok, but.. Good job have been done here however, few missing main details and features makes it lacking perfection. Those that I can list are: 1) lack of saving data for later use. 2) the tool MUST include the color temperature and luminance values during which the photo was taken. 3) an error margin is there always and therefore a series of photos should be taken from different directions, then analyzed and a best guess should be given. 4) A good feature will be to allow the scanning of a photo as a souce.....
Great. What a handy little tool this is. Perfect for colour matching on the fly. Come back with the right paint and not a bag of colour charts and tester paints. I imagine it would be handy for girls for colour matching clothes or make up etc too. Thanks for this interesting and useful app. F.Bevan.
More relative than absolute colors? If I measure my monitor (perfectly calibrated Ithink), the wide range of gray - between #FFFFF and #404040 hexRGB - gives the same results about #9A9A9A. Only very dark gray and black seems to be more reliable. Changing camera parameters doesn't matter. A similar effect occurs with other colors and not only on monitors. (e.g. very light red and dark red results about #F08070)
Not To Shabby! It's a solid 4 stars for sure! Actually truer than my current equipment costing over $1,000.00
Really good I like the white balance functionality. It will be great if you add some kind of masking of the picture area similar to selected pallette color.
No "save" option. Not helpful when you need to analyse several colours at once. Furthermore, even in sunlight I found the colorimeter suggested a colour several shades darker than the actual.
v1.0.3 - red and blue channels fixed.