Here is an article about Monet's cataracts:
Ps, I wouldn't even contemplate reprocessing all my images!
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> Subject: [OM] "The Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades"
> Cataract surgeries done with and successful. Toric aspheric IOLs to
> most astigmatism, though the models are not bespoke but cover
> *ranges* and thus not perfect correction. You can get basic measurement
> and lenses at no cost under the Ontario health plan, but best measurements
> (IOL Master) are $600 for both eyes, lenses ~$600 each eye; covered by
> some insurenance plans but not by our otherwise-excellent plan. (Beware
> Canadians who tell you we have "complete" no-charge medical coverage.)
> The world is brighter - need shades more often outdoors (but my bad for
> being conscientious earlier in life, UV almost certainly one of the
> causes), have had to turn down screen brightness - and colours more
> Interesting, thought, that the major change is at the blue end of the
> spectrum - skies "better" blue, more contrast with clouds...
> whereas yellow and red autumn leaves not as much of a difference.
> (Comparisons made during interregum between the two surgeries.)
> Chose distance vision both eyes, think this was right but shortly off to
> optometrist for "computer" and reading glasses; not sure whether distinct
> pairs or multifocals or progressives. Have been experimenting with a few
> pairs of inexpensive "drugstore" and "Amazon" fixed diopter spectacles,
> have a rough idea of what is optimal for the various
> distances: computer ~70cm, reading books and newspapers ~45-50cm, desk
> notebook and keyboard ~25-35cm (yes, sadly not a touch typist, muscle
> memory very good but need at least a glance at the keyboard for indexing).
> Any observations from those with prior experience? Just guessing, a
> *few* list members are of a generation where this is relevant.
> Now, do I have to go back and re-do all photo editing from the last decade
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