Colour Environments

Chapter

Abstract

Colour occurs in many activities, and its meaning and treatment change from one environment to another. Some important environments are everyday seeing, science of seeing, measuring, manufacturing, ornamenting, picturing, photographing, printing and digital imaging. It is this last which we wish to investigate further.

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  1. 1.LondonUK

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