rgb and cmyk color

Posted by on Oct 1, 2004 in Blog, Graphic Design | 0 comments

rgb and cmyk color

RGB is the color model that televisions and computer monitors use. It mixes colors of light in an additive color process. Example 1 shows how light from red, green and blue flashlights would appear illuminating a dark wall. The three primaries in light are red, green and blue (RGB). When all of the colors of the spectrum are combined, they add up to white light. Additive colors come directly from the light source, so they can form a purer image and represent a greater number of colors than subtractive colors can.

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