How would the colors in a satellite image of an area compare with a color photograph of the same area?
The satellite image will have more realistic surface of the Earth compared to photograph.
Four color or four color offset printing involves reproducing full color artworks using cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks. This is done by 'color separation' or breaking down a photograph or full color illustration into halftone or dot screens in these four colors. Further when you overlap and print these four colors you get a mechanical reproduction of this picture as it is printed in magazines or brochures.
to get natural loking highlights, you have to choose colors that will really blend in but stand out a little with oyour hair color. try looking at the garnier natural instincts colors, and try to find a color that goes nicely with yours. you'l see what i mean if you compare it color with your natural hair color.
In Film, color works like this: in the film there are a few layers. There's the polyester layer (nowadays is the most used), the colors layers (red, green and blue) and top coating to protect the latent image (film exposed to light). In digital, the screen built-in our cameras have also different layers of these colors above, that capture these same colors when the light hits the surface of colored objects and reflects that color…
Where can you get the original blue paint color for Yankee stadium seats if I don't have a paint chip to match?
How does the result of mixing mixing the primary colors of pigment compare to the result of mixing primary colors of light?
The mixing primary colors of pigment is when they are added together, fewer colors of light are reflected and were absorbed, but the mixing primary colors of light is when two of the same amounts of light combined together to form a color of white. If they are not at the same amount of light, then the colors it formed will be the secondary colors.
With a good color wheel, you can see what will come out when you mix two colors. Pick the two colors in the color wheel, and the color in between will be the outcome. It only works well when the colors are not too far apart in the color wheel. Opposites in the color wheel will make smudgy, greyish-brownish colors.
There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed. There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed. There are only those few colors on the color wheel because that's all that's needed. With those few colors, every color imaginable can be mixed…