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  1. Investigating Color a collaborative presentation by dm2

  2. Hue By Arturo Colon

  3. What does Hue mean and what is it? • Hue is another word for color • When you hear someone say the word hue they mean the color has a tint in it and other colors might be in it

  4. Hue Examples

  5. Wavelength (in color)

  6. The order of colors in light, arranged from shortest wavelength to longest, is called the visible spectrum of light. You might recognize the spectrum as the order of colors in a rainbow. What exactly is wavelength?

  7. How does wavelength relate to digital media ? • Wavelength relates to digital media because digital media focuses on the color and what’s appearing to the human eye just like light spectrums in wavelengths. Wavelength is measured in units of distance: mm, cm, m, nano meters, micro meters, etc

  8. Wavelength Spectrum

  9. Color intensity Andrea Castillo

  10. Definition Intensity is the purity or strength of a color. You can change the intensity of a color by adding white, black, gray, or the color's complement or opposite color on the color wheel.

  11. Examples  A color's complement, if added to that color, will lower its intensity.

  12. If you wish to tone down a bright, pure color and lower the saturation, add both black and white together (gray), or the color's opposite on the color wheel. It's often advantageous to paint with a variety of intensities, to avoid a simplistic, "too sweet" effect.

  13. Color Wheel • An illustrative organization of color hues around a circle that shows relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, complementary colors, and so on. • There are many variations of how it’s portrayed. • It displays how colors are represented in the light color spectrum.

  14. Color Wheel: Purpose(s) • Many artists and designers use it to: • Mix colors. • Determine colors. • Select colors. • In other words, it graphically shows what colors to mix to get the effect you want. • It is the basis

  15. Examples: • In terms of determining color, color schemes are often used, for example: • Monochromatic: only one color from the wheel is used. Interest is generated by using different values of the color ranging from light to dark. • Complimentary: colors that are opposite on the color wheel is used, opposites intensify each other. • Analogous (Harmonious): the colors used are adjacent to each other on the color wheel. Three to six colors are used with one predominating.

  16. Primary Colors By: Marisol Aranda

  17. Primary Colors Red,YellowandBlue Cannot be made by other colors mixed together When mixed they can create other colors

  18. Secondary Colors

  19. What are Secondary colors? • When you get a three new mixtures are called secondary colors. • Secondary colors are formed when two primary colors are blended together. • Black and white are not a secondary colors.

  20. Secondary Colors Examples

  21. Teach Us Color Tint- is a delicate or pale color. A color is made lighter by adding white.

  22. Photo • Photographs brings focus to everything surrounding photography, digital cameras, digital photographs, stock photography, photo products, online photo and camera resources, tips, tricks, and techniques.

  23. What Is Digital Media Art? • Artistic expression has evolved through the ages of human civilization based on the tools we have at hand. Ten thousand years ago our ancestors painted on cave walls with natural pigments.

  24. Saturation Dai’Jah Curry

  25. What Is Saturation? • Saturation refers to the brightness or dullness of colors.

  26. What Does It Do.? • Applying saturation effects to an image slightly increases the file size, but makes it more attractive. For example, an original company logo with a file size of 8 kilobytes does not boast vibrant colors. If it is slightly saturated, the logo becomes brighter and more colorful, but the file size increases by 1 kilobyte.

  27. Saturation Scale • A saturation scale demonstrates the effects of mixing complementary colors together. You will learn some of the finer points of color adjusting and will mix an achromatic gray using colored paints. The first step is to find an exact set of complements. You will then construct a scale that goes from one hue to it's complement in a series of steps with gray in the middle.

  28. MONOCHROME By: Jessica Villalobos

  29. Definition • Apainting or drawing in different shades of a single color. • Different shades of a single color. • One color

  30. Examples

  31. Color Temperature

  32. What is color temperature? • Color temperature is way of describing the color characteristics of light. Each light source has its own individual “color temperature”. When the color temperature is high, more blue light exists. When the color temperature is low, there is more red. • Color temperature is measured in Kelvin

  33. Examples

  34. Warm Colors Alexa Rivas

  35. Bring feelings of excitement, passion and sometimes aggression. Associated with fire, heat, sun, and warmer temperatures.

  36. Digital Media & Warm Colors Capturing landscapes : • Bright colors= Eye catcher

  37. Cool colors By Azucena Juarez

  38. Definition • Cool colors = calming effect. Blue, green, and purple are examples of cool colors. In nature blue is water and green is plant life. •

  39. Examples

  40. Variegated • It’s actual definition is to give variety to something or someone. • What this actually means is that you make the object more appealing to the eye. (Whether this makes it stand out or make it less lame). It makes it Pop! • Great examples are before and after pictures of an image.

  41. Some examples of Variegated: A redesigned kitchen. A funny example, a redesigning of Michael.

  42. COMPLEMENTARY COLORS By: Claudia Ramos

  43. What does that mean? • A color directly opposite another on a color wheel and providing the greatest chromatic contrast to it

  44. A few more facts.. • In color theory, two colors are called complementary if, when mixed in the proper proportion, they produce a neutral color (grey, white, or black). • A Complementary or Contrasting Color Combination is derived from choosing colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel. When they are mixed together, they will produce gray.

  45. What is analogous Color? • Analogous colors are next to each other on the color wheel • They are pleasant to the human eye because they are so closely related • Blend well together

  46. Examples of analogous

  47. Neutral Colors David Lopez

  48. What are Neutral Colors? • They are the ugly colors. • Colors that are not bright like red and green and yellow. • They are opaque colors. • They have undertones of color.

  49. These types of colors are usually used in house decorating. • And arent seen that much around in fashion.