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IGC-E1e Color Theory

IGC-E1e Color Theory (Unit Flash Cards)

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3 light waves (Red, Green, Blue) that create 1/3 of the visible light spectrum. When all 3 are combined they create white light. Additive Color Theory
Four inks (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black or CMYK) printed on paper in layers of dots that combine to create the illusion of many more colors. CMYK Offset Printing
A three dimensional area where color attributes can be visually modeled Color Space
The greatest possible range of colors in any color systems Color Gamut
Converting pixels into dots so the printing process can reproduce an image Halftone Dot Printing
Colors from which all other colors are made: red, blue and yellow Primary Colors
Colors that are created from equal amounts of a pair of primary colors: green, orange and violet Secondary Colors
The complete range of colors in the rainbow, from short wavelenths (blue) to long wavelengths (red) Color Spectrum
Color that is caused by subtracting (absorbing) some wavelengths of light and reflecting the others Subtractive Color Space
When the lighting or color objects visually trick the eye into seeing a different color than what is Surround Color Effect
Colors made from equal amounts of a pair of primary and secondary colors. Tertiary Colors
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