The Psychology Behind Colors

The Psychology Behind Colors

Today we explore the psychology behind individual colors.

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March 9, 2017 / 24 Comments / by / in
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  • buddy when we mix all colour …white won't come … black only comes … when we mix vibgyor and other light Ray …we will get white

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  • Awesome! Colors can be so difficult to choose. 😉

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  • Im a HATER and even I can't thumbs down this video…..THE NERVE…oh and yellow is not the most visible color…it is the most LUMINOUS COLOR…

  • I thought the mixing of light is an additive process while the mixing of paint is subtractive. Therefore black is a color infused with the power of all pigments and white as a color does not exist and can not be mixed or made. When we mix black paint we subtract one or two part of whatever primary we are using. While each primary its essence remains contained within the structured mix. Thanks great video, going to look into the book!

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  • I hate blue !!!

  • Brown is NOT a color … it is a affirmative action wavelength !!!

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  • It's a weird word, because that's not how it is pronounced, lol.

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