Colors are coded through specific series of letters and numbers that correspond to the different shades and colors you end up seeing on your computer screen. For example, the code for black is #000000 and for red the code is #FF0000. From color wheel to color saturation, our color dictionary offers a glossary of terms you need to know.
- additive primary colors
- adjacent colors
- chroma bug
- chroma key
- CIE color model
- CMYK - Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black
- color depth
- color management system (CMS)
- color matching
- color saturation
- color separation
- color temperature
- color wheel
- component video
- cool colors
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