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Topic: All shades of the white.

Why? If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. And in a computer - white.

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, NovaMind, you wrote: NM> Why? NM> If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. NM> and in a computer - white. To think laziness, therefore the answer: radiation against reflection.

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, NovaMind, you wrote: NM> Why? NM> If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. NM> and in a computer - white. Additive vs c color blending?

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, NovaMind, you wrote: NM> If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. NM> and in a computer - white. On the display white it RGB (red green blue) red, green, dark blue. Here a photo of my display with the white image.

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, NovaMind, you wrote: NM> Why? NM> If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. NM> and in a computer - white. Color and light - different things. On the monitor the yellow is presented by a compound of two : green and red, and dark blue and remains. Mixing of these of three  gives this world on the monitor.

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, NovaMind, you wrote: NM> If I mix yellow and dark blue on a palette that I receive the green. NM> and in a computer - white. Because colors on a palette absorb superfluous, and colors on the screen - radiate the necessary. Therefore the more different colors on a palette, the more close to black the result turns out (each color something absorbs, if they different absorb all), and on the screen, on the contrary, to the white.

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Re: All shades of the white.

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> Because colors on a palette absorb superfluous, and colors on the screen - radiate the necessary. Therefore the more different colors on a palette, the more close to black the result turns out (each color something absorbs, if they different absorb all), and on the screen, on the contrary, to the white. Not clearly, but it is healthy!