The Color of Light

The Color of Light
Author: Karen White
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2005-06-07
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1101117923

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An emotionally moving novel of a woman in search of a new beginning and a man haunted by the past—from the New York Times bestselling author of the Tradd Street novels. At thirty-two, Jillian Parrish finally finds the courage to put herself in the driver’s seat of her life. Pregnant and recently divorced, she and her seven-year-old daughter find refuge and solace on Pawleys Island, South Carolina—Jillian’s only source of happy childhood memories. Summers spent at her grandmother’s beach house had been Jillian’s sanctuary from indifferent parents—until her best friend Lauren Mills disappeared, never to be found. Linc Rising, Lauren’s boyfriend and Jillian’s confidant, had been a suspect in Lauren’s disappearance. Jillian had never doubted his innocence—but because her parents had whisked her back home to Atlanta, she never got a chance to tell him. Now, a resentful Linc is back on Pawleys Island—renovating the old Mills house. And as ghosts of the past are resurrected, and as Jillian’s daughter begins having eerie conversations with an imaginary friend named Lauren, Jillian and Linc will uncover the truth about Lauren’s disappearance and about the feelings they have buried for sixteen years...

Color and Light

Color and Light
Author: James Gurney
Publsiher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2010-11-30
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9780740797712

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From New York Times best-selling author of the Dinotopia series, James Gurney, comes a carefully crafted and researched study on color and light in paintings. This art instruction book will accompany the acclaimed Imaginative Realism: How to Paint What Doesn’t Exist. James Gurney, New York Times best-selling author and artist of the Dinotopia series, follows Imaginative Realism with his second art-instruction book, Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter. A researched study on two of art's most fundamental themes, Color and Light bridges the gap between abstract theory and practical knowledge. Beginning with a survey of underappreciated masters who perfected the use of color and light, the book examines how light reveals form, the properties of color and pigments, and the wide variety of atmospheric effects. Gurney cuts though the confusing and contradictory dogma about color, testing it in the light of science and observation. A glossary, pigment index, and bibliography complete what will ultimately become an indispensible tool for any artist. This book is the second in a series based on his blog, gurneyjourney.com. His first in the series, Imaginative Realism, was widely acclaimed in the fantastical art world, and was ranked the #1 Bestseller on the Amazon list for art instruction. "James Gurney's new book, Color and Light, cleverly bridges the gap between artistic observation and scientific explanation. Not only does he eloquently describe all the effects of color and light an artist might encounter, but he thrills us with his striking paintings in the process." --Armand Cabrera, Artist

Every Color of Light

Every Color of Light
Author: Hiroshi Osada
Publsiher: Enchanted Lion Books
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2020-04-07
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 1592702910

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Poetic and sparse, a bedtime story told by the elements.

Color and Light in Nature

Color and Light in Nature
Author: David K. Lynch,William Charles Livingston,William Livingston
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 277
Release: 2001-06-11
Genre: Science
ISBN: 0521775043

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We live in a world of optical marvels - from the commonplace but beautiful rainbow, to the rare and eerie superior mirage. But how many of us really understand how a rainbow is formed, why the setting sun is red and flattened, or even why the sky at night is not absolutely black? This beautiful and informative guide provides clear explanations to all naturally occurring optical phenomena seen with the naked eye, including shadows, halos, water optics, mirages and a host of other spectacles. Separating myth from reality, it outlines the basic principles involved, and supports them with many figures and references. A wealth of rare and spectacular photographs, many in full color, illustrate the phenomena throughout. In this new edition of the highly-acclaimed guide to seeing, photographing and understanding nature's optical delights, the authors have added over 50 new images and provided new material on experiments you can try yourself.

The Science of Color

The Science of Color
Author: Optical Society of America. Committee on Colorimetry
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 385
Release: 1963
Genre: Color
ISBN: STANFORD:36105033295077

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Light and Color in the Outdoors

Light and Color in the Outdoors
Author: Marcel Minnaert
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 417
Release: 2012-12-06
Genre: Photography
ISBN: 9781461227229

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All of science springs from the observation of nature. In this classic book, the late Professor Minnaert accompanies the reader on a tour of nature's light and color and reveals the myriad phenomena that may be observed outdoors with no more than a pair of eyes and an enquiring mind. From the intriguing shape of the dapples beneath a tree on a sunny day, via rainbows, mirages, and haloes, the colors of liquid, ice, and the sky, to the appearance of the sun, moon, planets, and stars - Minnaert describes and explains them all in a clear language accessible to laymen. This new English edition is supplemented by 80 plates, over half of them in color, taken by the acclaimed photographer Pekka Parviainen, illustrating many of the phenomena - ordinary and exotic - discussed in the book.

Light and Color

Light and Color
Author: Lawrence F. Lowery
Publsiher: NSTA Press
Total Pages: 36
Release: 2014-07-01
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781938946523

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This book unfolds as a series of observations about light, including where it comes from, how it bounces off of people and objects, and what we mean when we say the colors of a rainbow are the colors in light. Throughout the text, informal experiments prompt young scientists to learn by doing, and impressionistic drawings bring the mysteries of light and color to life. By the book’s end, students will have a useful foundation for middle school and beyond, when they’ll learn about energy, wavelengths, and the electromagnetic spectrum. Light and Color is part of the I Wonder Why book series, written to ignite the curiosity of children in grades K–6 while encouraging them to become avid readers. These books explore the marvels of light, color, machines, sound, and other phenomena related to physical science. Included in each volume is a Parent/Teacher Handbook with coordinating activities. The I Wonder Why series is written by an award-winning science educator and published by NSTA Kids, a division of NSTA Press.

Color Light

Color   Light
Author: Clifton Taylor
Publsiher: Drama Publishers/Quite Specific Media
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2019-02
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 1935247190

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Color & Light is an essential practical guide to how color works in light. Written from the perspective of a theatrical lighting designer, it discusses how to see color, how to construct effective lighting palettes, and how to make use of both color filters and color-mixing LED fixtures to create compositions that work well with scenery and costumes to tell compelling stories. We are presently at the leading edge of a revolution in theatrical lighting, redefining how it can be used to create and communicate. Today's LED-based additive color-mixing fixtures require new methodologies and new ways of thinking, and Color & Light directly addresses this technology's potentials and challenges. But underpinning lighting's many recent technological changes is the fundamental language of color that artists have worked with since the birth of humanity's artistic urges.

Introduction to Light

Introduction to Light
Author: Gary Waldman
Publsiher: Courier Corporation
Total Pages: 228
Release: 2002-01-01
Genre: Science
ISBN: 048642118X

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Designed for a nonmathematical undergraduate optics course addressed to art majors, this four-part treatment discusses the nature and manipulation of light, vision, and color. Questions at the end of each chapter help test comprehension of material, which is almost completely presented in a nonmathematical manner. 170 black-and-white illustrations. 1983 edition.

The Science of Light Color

The Science of Light   Color
Author: Patricia Miller-Schroeder
Publsiher: Gareth Stevens Pub
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2000
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 0836826795

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An illustrated introduction to the various types of color, the relationship of color and light, color vision deficiency, photosynthesis, camouflage, and related topics.

Fill Your Oil Paintings with Light Color

Fill Your Oil Paintings with Light   Color
Author: Kevin Macpherson
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 144
Release: 2000-03-01
Genre: Art
ISBN: 9781581800531

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These pages practically glow with Kevin Macpherson's rich and powerful paintings! He shares his techniques for quickly capturing the mood of a scene in bold, direct brushstrokes, with step-by-step instructions that make it easy—simply a matter of painting the colors you see. Follow his lead and you too, can create landscapes and still lives in a vibrant, impressionistic style.

Color

Color
Author: Karen Speerstra
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 257
Release: 2013
Genre: Art
ISBN: 1611250188

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"Color: The Language of Light" examines how color affects our lives, our emotions, and our hearts. It moves from an exploration of how artists use color, to color classifications and models, before delving into the spirituality and healing propensities of color. Karen Speerstra takes her readers on a journey of exploring the darkness and light of the auras and chakras, and the "colors" of birth, death and the afterlife. "Color" leads to a deeper understanding how the language of light heightens our awareness of the beauty around and within us, and nurtures the imagination of each living being.

The Physics of Music and Color

The Physics of Music and Color
Author: Leon Gunther
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 475
Release: 2019-10-14
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9783030192198

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This undergraduate textbook aids readers in studying music and color, which involve nearly the entire gamut of the fundamental laws of classical as well as atomic physics. The objective bases for these two subjects are, respectively, sound and light. Their corresponding underlying physical principles overlap greatly: Both music and color are manifestations of wave phenomena. As a result, commonalities exist as to the production, transmission, and detection of sound and light. Whereas traditional introductory physics textbooks are styled so that the basic principles are introduced first and are then applied, this book is based on a motivational approach: It introduces a subject with a set of related phenomena, challenging readers by calling for a physical basis for what is observed. A novel topic in the first edition and this second edition is a non-mathematical study of electric and magnetic fields and how they provide the basis for the propagation of electromagnetic waves, of light in particular. The book provides details for the calculation of color coordinates and luminosity from the spectral intensity of a beam of light as well as the relationship between these coordinates and the color coordinates of a color monitor. The second edition contains corrections to the first edition, the addition of more than ten new topics, new color figures, as well as more than forty new sample problems and end-of-chapter problems. The most notable additional topics are: the identification of two distinct spectral intensities and how they are related, beats in the sound from a Tibetan bell, AM and FM radio, the spectrogram, the short-time Fourier transform and its relation to the perception of a changing pitch, a detailed analysis of the transmittance of polarized light by a Polaroid sheet, brightness and luminosity, and the mysterious behavior of the photon. The Physics of Music and Color is written at a level suitable for college students without any scientific background, requiring only simple algebra and a passing familiarity with trigonometry. The numerous problems at the end of each chapter help the reader to fully grasp the subject.

Color and Light for the Watercolor Painter

Color and Light for the Watercolor Painter
Author: Christopher Schink
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 144
Release: 1995
Genre: Art
ISBN: 0823006867

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This is a guide for painters using watercolours, with advice on achieving the light and colour effects desired

Principles of Light and Color

Principles of Light and Color
Author: Edwin D. Babbitt
Publsiher: Literary Licensing, LLC
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2014-03
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1497878640

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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1878 Edition.