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URL's for the PHOTO Group's meeting on Sunday.
« on: October 10, 2020, 06:53:05 PM »
URL's for the PHOTO Group's meeting on Sunday.  8)
   


Color Wheel Artist website (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors):  https://color-wheel-artist.com/primary-colors/

Color Wheel Artist website (Hues, Tints, Tones and Shades):  https://color-wheel-artist.com/hue/

Color Wheel Artist website (Basic Color Wheel)   https://color-wheel-artist.com/basic-color-wheel/

Monochromatic colors are all the colors (tones, tints and shades) of a single hue.



A few observations on the color scheme:

Hue is the term for the pure spectrum colors commonly referred to by the "color names" - red, orange, yellow, blue, green violet - which appear in the hue circle or rainbow. ...

The primary colors consist of three hues (yellow, red and blue) from which we can theoretically mix all other hues.

COLOR is the general term we use to describe every hue, tint, tone or shade we see.

White, Black and Gray are often referred to as a color. A HUE refers to the dominant Color Family of the specific color we're looking at. White, Black and Grey are never referred to as a Hue.

Although mono does mean “one,” this approach to color isn't just using the same single shade in multiple places in your design. Instead, you can create a monochromatic color palette by choosing one base color (traditionally one of the 12 on the color wheel) plus any number of variations of that base.

Monochromatic color schemes are easy to create because they use only one color.

Monochromatic schemes use different tones from the same angle on the color wheel (the same hue).

Black is the absence of light. ... Some consider white to be a color, because white light comprises all hues on the visible light spectrum. And many do consider black to be a color, because you combine other pigments to create it on paper. But in a technical sense, black and white are not colors, they're shades.

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Colorized and sharpened up version of the April 14, 1906, 1906 trolley ride down Market Street: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1AdYRGW8

Morley Safer 60 Minutes presentation on the above trolley ride: https://youtu.be/tYHGj19RrF0

Black and White version with dubbed sound effects and improved sharpness: https://youtu.be/8YRbMMqj0qw
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