Additive and Subtractive Color Process, Fair Use
Anthropologie catalog, Portugal 2013, page 30
Photo of Fish and Fish Bowl, Fair Use
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having no discernable hue.
The mixing of color with light; additive color is seen when light is projected.
Hues which sit next to each other on the color wheel; analogous colors on one side of the color wheel are considered warm and on the other, cool.
Two hues which sit directly opposite each other on the color wheel.
a multi-step arrangement of swatches of achromatic grays; Each step in a gray scale represents an even progression in value, from white to black.
The color system used to describe web pages, defined by the base 16 notational system; Combinations of the numerals from 0 through 9 and letters from A though F are assigned to each color in this system.
The triad of red, blue and yellow on the subtractive color wheel or red, green and blue (RGB) on the additive color wheel.
Another term for the intensity of a color, usually refers to the vividness or purity of a color.
The mixing of color with pigment; subtractive color is seen when light is absorbed or reflected by pigment.
Another term for lightness or darkness.