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  1. COLOR

  2. COLOR WhydoIseeall those pretty colors?

  3. Electromagnetic spectrum:

  4. Red: 650 nm Color wavelengths:

  5. Red: 650 nm 0.000000650 meters Color wavelengths:

  6. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm 0.000000650 meters Color wavelengths:

  7. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters Color wavelengths:

  8. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters Color wavelengths:

  9. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters Color wavelengths:

  10. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters Color wavelengths:

  11. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters Color wavelengths:

  12. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters Color wavelengths:

  13. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters 0.000000475 meters Color wavelengths:

  14. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm Indigo: 445 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters 0.000000475 meters Color wavelengths:

  15. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm Indigo: 445 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters 0.000000475 meters 0.000000445 meters Color wavelengths:

  16. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm Indigo: 445 nm Violet: 400 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters 0.000000475 meters 0.000000445 meters Color wavelengths:

  17. Red: 650 nm Orange: 590 nm Yellow: 570 nm Green: 510 nm Blue: 475 nm Indigo: 445 nm Violet: 400 nm 0.000000650 meters 0.000000590 meters 0.000000570 meters 0.000000510 meters 0.000000475 meters 0.000000445 meters 0.000000400 meters Color wavelengths:

  18. Why do I see certain colors? • White:

  19. Why do I see certain colors? • White: Objects that appear to be white reflect all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  20. Why do I see certain colors? • White: Objects that appear to be white reflect all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  21. Why do I see certain colors? • White: Objects that appear to be white reflect all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  22. Why do I see certain colors? • Black:

  23. Why do I see certain colors? • Black: Objects that appear to be black absorb all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  24. Why do I see certain colors? • Black: Objects that appear to be black absorb all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  25. Why do I see certain colors? • Black: Objects that appear to be black absorb all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  26. Why do I see certain colors? • Grey:

  27. Why do I see certain colors? • Grey: Objects that appear to be grey absorb and reflect equal percentages of all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  28. Why do I see certain colors? • Grey: Objects that appear to be grey absorb and reflect equal percentages of all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  29. Why do I see certain colors? • Grey: Objects that appear to be grey absorb and reflect equal percentages of all portions of the energy frequencies of visible light.

  30. Why do I see certain colors? • Other colors:

  31. Why do I see certain colors? • Other colors: Objects that appear to be a color reflect the color / colors you see and absorb all other colors.

  32. Why do I see certain colors? • Other colors: Objects that appear to be a color reflect the color / colors you see and absorb all other colors.

  33. Why do I see certain colors? • Other colors: Objects that appear to be a color reflect the color / colors you see and absorb all other colors.

  34. Primary Colors:

  35. Primary Colors: • Red

  36. Primary Colors: • Red • Green

  37. Primary Colors: • Red • Green • Blue

  38. Primary Colors: • Red • Green • Blue • When all three are combined equally they make white light.

  39. Primary Colors: • Red • Green • Blue • When all three are combined equally they make white light. • When two are combined equally they make a secondary color.

  40. Secondary Colors:

  41. Secondary Colors: • Yellow

  42. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green)

  43. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan

  44. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue)

  45. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta

  46. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta (red + blue)

  47. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta (red + blue) • Any two colors that combine to form white light are called complementary colors.

  48. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta (red + blue) • Any two colors that combine to form white light are called complementary colors. • (yellow and blue)

  49. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta (red + blue) • Any two colors that combine to form white light are called complementary colors. • (yellow and blue / cyan and red /)

  50. Secondary Colors: • Yellow (red + green) • Cyan (green + blue) • Magenta (red + blue) • Any two colors that combine to form white light are called complementary colors. • (yellow and blue / cyan and red / magenta and green)