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The Visible Light Spectrum
The visible spectrum consists of all the colors that human beings can distinguish. This spectrum is composed of wavelengths between 390 to 750 nanometers. The visible spectrum is a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Both your eyes and your digital camera have light sensors that can see the colors, but your eyes can identify colors that your camera cannot. In this session, I’ll discuss how to best capture, adjust, and produce all possible colors of the visible spectrum.
This video series presents foundational Information about the simple science behind the behavior of light, how digital cameras capture light energy and convert it into colors, and revealing insights into the art of color correcting your digital color images.