2What the eye sees when light is reflected off of an object ColorWhat the eye sees when light is reflected off of an objectLIGHT – SubtractiveWHITE = ALL COLORS PRESENTBLACK = NO COLOR PRESENTPAINTS – AdditiveWHITE = No ColorBLACK = ALL COLORS
3HUEAny colors name. Hue is the quality that differentiates colors from one another.RED BLUE YELLOWORANGE GREEN VIOLET
4COLOR WHEELVisual representation of the primary, secondary and intermediate colors.
5RED BLUE YELLOW Primary Colors Primary colors CANNOT by mixing any other colors – but by mixing the primary colors together in different amounts, you can make every other color.You cannot MAKE the primary colors, but you can make everything FROM them.
6Secondary Colors Orange Violet Green Secondary colors are made by mixing equal parts of 2 primary colors together. They lie in-between primary colors on the color wheel.
7Intermediate Colors Yellow-Orange Red-Orange Red-Violet Blue-Violet Blue-GreenYellow-GreenIntermediate colors are created by mixing secondary colors together – they go in-between secondary and primary colors on the color wheel.
8VALUE SHADES - When a color has BLACK added to it - Darker - Low Value TINTS- When a colorhas WHITEadded to it- Lighter- High Value
9(Pure Hue – Very Intense Color) (Gray added, Duller Intensity) CHROMALevel of SATURATION in a colorSaturation is the INTENSITY of a colorTONE – Made by adding GRAY to a colorHIGH CHROMA(Pure Hue – Very Intense Color)LOW CHROMA(Gray added, Duller Intensity)
12A Planned Combination of Colors Color SchemeA Planned Combination of ColorsColor schemes are harmonious color combinations.Traditionally, there are 6 different kinds of color schemes:- Monochromatic - Analagous- Complimentary - Split-Complimentary- Triad - Tetrad
13Complimentary Colors Red & Green Blue & Orange Yellow & Violet Complimentary colors lie directly ACROSS from each other on the color wheel.Complimentary colors really do compliment each other – placing complimentary colors next to each other helps to make areas of emphasis and make things “pop.”
15Monochromatic Using ONE HUE in varying tints, tones & shades Life, Pablo Picasso, 1903Part of his Blue Period where he painted everything in tints, tones & shades of blue
16COOL COLORS RECEDE BACKWARDS You can use all warm colors or all cool colors as a color schemeWarm Colors POPYellows, Oranges, Reds Red-VioletsCOOL COLORS RECEDE BACKWARDSGreens Blues Blue-Violets
17Analagous Colors Red through Blue-Violet Red through Yellow Any 3-5 colors that are next to each other on the color wheelRed through Blue-VioletRed through YellowRed-Violet through Blue-GreenYellow through Blue-Green
18Split Complimentary Red, Blue-Green and Yellow-Green Blue, Red-Orange and Yellow-OrangeYellow, Red-Violet and Blue-VioletEtc…..
19Triad Any 3 colors that form a triangle on the color wheel Ex. Primary Colors: Red, Yellow & BlueORSecondary Colors: Violet, Green & Orange
20Tetrad Any 4 colors that form a triangle on the color wheel Ex. Red-Violet, Red-Orange, Blue-Green & Yellow-Green
39Assignment: Create a short series of photographs which have specific color choices to produce desired results. Example 1: using a warm, highly saturated colored object to be emphasized to the viewer. Example 2: Create a specific mood - like blue tones or dull tones (low saturation) for sadness Example 3: compose a photograph that has a specific olor scheme (cool colors, warm colors, complimentary colors, etc.) 30 Photographs, Due Tuesday December 15th.