Pigments and Color Subtraction Video Tutorial

The Pigments and Color Subtraction Video Tutorial explains what a pigment is and how it affects the color appearance of an object. The effect of combinations of pigments is discussed and the application of pigments to the world of color printing is explained. Numerous examples and illustrations give impact to the lesson. The video lesson answers the following question:

  1. What are pigments and how do they affect the color appearance of objects?


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