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    Color

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    Color is sensed when white light bounces off an object and is reflected into the eye. Objects appear different colors depending on what colors were absorbed and which were reflected. Color is "seen" by the rods and cones in the eye. Cones detect color and rods detect black, white, and shades of gray. People who cannot see colors properly are colorblind. There are many different kinds of colors and they are classified in many different ways (The World Book Encyclopedia p 818, 819). The eye consists

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    Colors

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    Colors Emulsions are thin, gelatinous, light-sensitive coatings on film that react chemically to capture the color and shadings of a scene. Color film requires three layers of emulsions, typically cyan (a greenish blue), yellow, and magenta (a purplish red). As light passes through the layers, each emulsion records areas where its particular color appears in the scene. When developed, the emulsion releases dye that is the complementary color of the light recorded: blue light activates yellow

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    Theories of Color There has always been an understood correlation between light and color. Color cannot be seen when there is no light,but if there is too much light the world will only appear white. Today there is an understanding of what it is that makes color and how light is the key to it. It is understood that an object appears to have a color only when its apparent color is reflected back. There is also a known correlation between the wavelengths of light and their apparent color. Along with

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    The color blue is regarded as peculiar color by Goethe because it is a powerful hue that can be perceived as exciting and repose. Goethe mentions that blue is the opposite of the color yellow because blue is always accompanied by darkness while yellow is always accompanied by darkness. Since blue is very close to darkness thus it may give away negative emotions. “The appearance of objects seen through a blue glass is gloomy and melancholy” (Goethe, p. 171). His description of the color blue is similar

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    Color in Architecture

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    Color is one of essential factors in architecture, as James B. Jordan said:” Color is inescapable, except for those who are color blind”, which means how to use color in architecture be of great significance. People tend to acquire perceptual knowledge of one material through color, shape and texture, color hold the most important position. People can identify a city including culture, classic by urban color. In addition, color in architecture’ functionality cannot be ignored. It contributes to bring

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    Effect of Colors

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    Do Colors Have an Effect on One’s Current Mood? Colors are a part of one’s everyday life and are introduced into one’s life starting at birth. For example, when a baby is born, the baby is showered with gifts and the color of the gifts is determined by his or her gender (e.g., blue for boys and pink for girls). Children often are dressed in colors associated with their gender. Furthermore, as individuals age and as their vocabulary increases, they tend to learn about associations between moods and

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    Color in Beloved

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    devastation of slavery" (Kubitschek 115). Through the novel, Morrison uses color to represent a life complete with joy, freedom, and protection, as well as things like community and family. In many sections, Morrison uses color to portray a character's desire for this life while, in other instances, Morrison utilizes color to illustrate the pleasure and realization which the characters experience once they obtain this life. Morrison uses color to explain the life that Denver leads. For Denver’s entire life

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    Fall Colors

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    the trees start to shed their leaves is because that is how they will survive in the cold it either they protect the leaves or they have to sacrifice the leaves to protect themselves. Different color leaves have different ways of why they are that color, the first one is spring and summer which is the color green. When the leaves are green it's from a chlorophyll that is important with photosynthesis. When it starts getting into the season of Autumn, we start to get less sunlight since the sun is

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    Color of love

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    the pair in the far corner of her top drawer, far away from the influence of an old lilac sachet tucked on the bottom. She only wore the mittens once a year, when she went for a walk along with her poem to face the sky. She kept her promise. The color of love. She recited the title quietly into the frigid night air, so still, the fog freezing her words lingered in front of her lips long enough her to walk through and dissipate over her shoulder. Though bundled in her formal coat, with the fur muffler

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    Color Blind

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    average human eye can detect about seven million colors, two of those seven million colors pose an important role in shaping the American culture. Blue and pink, both these colors are used in society to represent masculinity and femininity. From the moment most children are born either a blue or pink color welcomes them into our society. Children grow up in the wake of these gender specific colors. Many boys are taught not to like “feminine”colors. Boys often get teased if they prefer a nice rosy

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