Color temperature – Wikipedia
The color temperature of the electromagnetic radiation emitted from an ideal black body is defined as its surface temperature in kelvins, or alternatively in mireds (micro-reciprocal kelvins).
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Color Temperature Chart
Color Temperature Chart. Color temperature is a description of the warmth or coolness of a light source. When a piece of metal is heated, the color of light it emits will change. This color begins as red in appearance and graduates to orange, yellow, white, and then blue-white to deeper colors of blue.
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The Physics of Light and Color – Color Temperature
The color temperature model is based on the relationship between the temperature of a theoretical standardized material, called a black body radiator, and the energy distribution of its emitted light as the radiator is brought to increasingly higher temperatures, measured in Kelvin (K).
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Color temperature in light sources – Philips Lighting
The relationship of light and color. Watch this video and learn about the relationship between light and color and the effects of color temperature and rendering.
Color Temperature – HyperPhysics Concepts
Color Temperature. Suppose you want to produce an image which gives an accurate rendition of the colors of an object. The first problem is that the visual colors of the object depend upon the light which illuminates it, since the object partially absorbs and partially reflects the different colors in the illuminating light.
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A Photographer’s Guide to Color Temperature– The …
Color temperature is the temperature at which a black body — an object that fully absorbs all frequencies of light — would emit radiation of the same color as any given object.
LED Lighting and Color Temperature – Industrial LED Lighting …
The color temperature of visible light is measured along a scale of roughly 1500 to 8000 degrees Kelvin, which is named in honor of the Scottish physicist, Lord William Kelvin, who pioneered research into lighting color and temperature.
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Color Temperature – colorbasics.com
Simply put, color temperature is the tendency of different “white light” sources to change our perception of a color. The color temperature of a light source causes the colors of everything illuminated to change, but the change is often barely noticeable.
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