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    I was cleaning up my one of Flikr pages and forgot I even had these, these are colour evaluation cards and may be handy for those who don't have calibration tools. Just thought I would post these in case they are handy for some of you. Just been busy but I saw these and figured I should post before i forget lol. You can save these to your computer so you have them handy, but go to the large size ones linked under both of them and save those.



    And here is the full size of that image http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3258/...08548f34_o.jpg



    Full size of that image is here http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3228/...81b0dc80_o.jpg
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