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THE NATURE OF LIGHT AND COLOR The Essential Reference Guide for Filmmakers
THE VISIBLE SPECTRUM
TRANSMISSION AND ABSORPTION
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION
FILM VS. HUMAN VISION
THE REPRODUCTION OF COLOR Additive color Subtractive color
THE COLOR WHEEL
LIGHT SOURCES AND COLOR
COLOR TEMPERATURE Daylight film exposed in Daylight Daylight film exposed in Tungsten
COLOR TEMPERATURE To match a daylight balanced film with a tungsten source, use an 80A filter. To match a tungsten balanced film with a daylight source, use an 85 filter.
LIMITATIONS IN COLOR TEMPERATURE Color Temperature = Visual Appearance Color Temperature ≠ Photographic Effect
LIMITATIONS IN COLOR TEMPERATURE
EXPOSURE TOOLS The Essential Reference Guide for Filmmakers.
FILTERS The Essential Reference Guide for Filmmakers.
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