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subtractive color

This technique is typically used when shooting exteriors in available light. By using large flags, butterflies, or overheads, light is removed from the subject in order to increase the lighting ratio. It is sometimes referred to as Negative Fill.

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subtractive color

Cyan, magenta and yellow, the subtractive primaries used by film to reproduce color.
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subtractive color

Made by inks on paper reflecting wavelengths of light, perceived color comes from reflected colors of electromagnetic spectrum.
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subtractive color

In graphic arts, yellow, magenta and cyan, known as process colors, along with black are process printing ink colors.
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subtractive color

Photographic process that uses one or more subtractive primary colors, e.g. cyan, magenta, and yellow, to control red, green, and blue light.
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subtractive color

Used in colour printing where various amounts of cyan, magenta and yellow filtration are placed over white light to subtract unwanted quantities of red, green or blue.
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