Additive color - blue- CYAN-green-YELLOW-red-MAGENTA-blue

RGB: Red, green, and blue are the additive primaries of light. RGB also is a color mode used by both the computer monitor and scanner. RYB Red, yellow and blue are the subtractive primaries of pigments and dyes.

RGB can produce up to 16 million unique colors!

Discover & share this After Effects GIF with everyone you know. GIPHY is how you search, share, discover, and create GIFs.

Carlos Urban's colorful, chromatic work is like a touch to the eyeballs. I just can't stop looking at it.

Cruz Diez, Crosswalks of Additive Color, 2010 Crosswalks of Additive Color Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, United States [See location on map] Intervention on crosswalks for the opening of the "Art Basel - Miami Beach" art fair.

Fun With Color - Photography Gels and RGB Additive Color

An explanation of red, green, blue (RGB) additive color and various creative photography applications for using photography gels on strobes.

BXWORD | Seeing clearly therefore requires that we are in the right light. Are you in the light? The right one? Can you see? Clearly?

ADDITIVE COLOR-------- when color gels on lights or color lights are crossed they make white light. They are Additive Colour

RGB is an additive color system

RBG - created with light

Carlos Cruz-Diez  Additive Color: Denise Rene series Paris 1971

Additive Color: Denise Rene series Paris From Cruz-Diez Reflections on Color.

Autochrome, c.1930 Autochrome is an additive color[3] "mosaic screen plate" process. The medium consists of a glass plate coated on one side with a random mosaic of microscopic grains of potato starch[4] dyed red-orange, green, and blue-violet (an unusual but functional variant of the standard red, green, and blue additive colors) which act as color filters. Lampblack fills the spaces between grains, and a black-and-white panchromatic silver halide emulsion is coated on top of the filter…

“Starlet with flowers” - Autochrome photograph by Olindo O. Ceccarini Via The Hidden Tapestry of Colour

A rare photo of Mark Twain in color (early Autochrome), by Alvin Langdon Coburn, ca. 1909 --- Autochrome is an additive color “mosaic screen plate” process. The medium consists of a glass plate coated on one side with a random mosaic of microscopic grains of potato starch dyed red-orange, green, and blue-violet (an unusual but functional variant of the standard red, green, and blue additive colors) which act as color filters. #marktwain #autochrome

Fascinating Early-20th-Century Color Photos of Famous People

“Mark Twain photographed in color near end of life (died by Alvin Coburn, using Autochrome Lumiere process:”

All White Party, white and silver balloons

All White Party lounge area, love the hanging balloon additive. i would like to see what white and cream would have looked like also to keep the theme closer to its name

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