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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
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LIMITATIONS IN COLOR TEMPERATURE
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