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lines or pictures can - you
blue+green light=
brain needs to - the amount of light to make an image
light can be - - - upon hitting a surface
white light contains - in it so we see certain colors because the pigments absorbs certain part of light and refract what's left to the eye
cones work best in -
can't see near objects=
aperture influences -
perception=
wider toward the ends than middle=
when -, eye needs more light so the iris becomes thinner so pupil becomes larger
cornea=
why can we only see one distance at a time
connects eye to brain
- change the value of/diminish color
amount of light=
in art, all primaries together=
subtractive mixing = mixing of
shadow=
why do some cones absorb one color of light while others absorb different color of light
secondary colors of art=
mixing in the eye elements that are too small to result them
there are - to - pixels per inch
iris=
value provides=
minor=
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absorbtion=
literal imagery=
a small Java application presented for/by a web browser
light=
.gif
lenses - light
red+green light=
major=
energy=
light can be
analogous colors=
high=
in photoshop, values of color range from
it's - when light amounts change rapidly
vitreous humor=
wider in middle than the ends=
refraction=
proximity mixing is used by
addative mixing=
combines what both eyes see together
changing the curve of the lens changes the=
3 primary color of light=
light must reflect off an object to provide=
- help tell your computer what type of information to save and how to handle the info
primary colors of art=
place where beams of light meet=
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more pixels =
retina=
higher resolution=
primary + primary=
perception is gained by -
pupil=
lens=
something light can pass through=
cold colors=
photometer measures strength of=
native resolution refers to
we see - because after staring at an image for a long time, the cones get tired so they have to change their amount to keep going and when it's gone, there still a print of it in y
digital image =
vision=
word document=
low=
receptor cells=
red+blue light=
complementaries=
rods are
2 different sources meet at 1 point
warm colors=
sclera=
eye remembers what it just saw so you can see it again if moved fast
pigment=

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