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P063 COLOR & WHITE BALANCE

REVIEW ACTIVITIES:

  • QUIZLET
  • STUDY STACK
  • KAHOOT PREVIEW
  • JEOPARDY GAME

VOCABULARY:  click links for detailed glossary page:

  • LIGHT: the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to the human eye.

  • COLOR TEMPERATURE: a measurement scale in degrees Kelvin that indicates the hue (color cast) of a particular light source

  • KELVIN: a unit of measure for color temperature

  • TUNGSTEN: also known as an incandescent light bulb, a globe shaped bulb that produces light with a heated wire filament that gives off a yellowish cast.

  • FLUORESCENT: a light bulb which uses a tube filled with mercury vapor gas which is charged to produce light that gives off a greenish cast

  • WHITE BALANCE: a camera color temperature adjustment to remove unrealistic color casts making white objects appear white in the image.  (The "L" in LISA)

  • DAYLIGHT WB: a camera white balance preset that assumes the light source is the sun on a clear day (about 5200k)

  • SHADE WB: a camera white balance preset that assumes the subject is in the shade (about 7000k)

  • CLOUDY WB: a camera white balance preset that assumes the subject is in an overcast sky (about 6000k)

  • TUNGSTEN WB: a camera white balance preset that assumes the subject in light from a TUNGSTEN light bulb (about 3200k)

  • FLUORESCENT WB: a camera white balance preset that assumes the subject is in light form a FLUORESCENT light bulb (about 4000k)

UNIT RESOURCES:

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