Subtractive Theory of Color, Continued
The light source that illuminates an object affects the local color of that
object. The cool light of northern exposures, early morning, or dusk tends to
cool local color. The intense heat of high noon or direct sunlight warms
Figure 2-22 shows the effects of warm and cool illumination on local color.
Figure 2-22.The effects of warm and cool illumination on local color.
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