Color: Models

Created: Friday, May 16, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Color is something that we can all differentiate between. Most of us have little problem differentiating between red and blue, or even between red and pink. Color is also something that’s been part of our lives, and part of our education system. Most of us learned about color before we learned the alphabet — yet as the process of growing up occurred, many of us forgot what a joy color can be, especially mixing different colors to create new ones! To accommodate the different ways in which colors mix, we use different color models.

Learn about the various color models.

Categories: color, powerpoint, tutorials

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