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  • Color Psychology: The Psychological Effects Of Color

    Color is the appearance of things as a result of reflecting light. Colors are all around us. Color plays a very significant role in our lives and it has the capability to influence our feelings, our actions, and emotions in many aspects. Colors can irritate your eyes, raise your blood pressure or repress your appetite. Many people consider colors as powers, and that colored stones are very influential. 1, 2 In color psychology, the colors we choose to show the world are direct reflection of our personality. Color may influence a person’s mental or physical state. There are psychological effects of color as it relates to two main kinds which are warm and cool colors. Warm colors such as red, yellow and orange can flash a variety…

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  • How Does Color Affect Color?

    Color has been around us and even exists in educational setting. Previous studies show the debilitating effect of red on challenging mental tasks (e.g., IQ Test). Here, we hypothesized that perceiving red—a harsh color, will result in lower test scores. There were 32 university students (12 men, 20 women) in the present work. They were randomly assigned to red, blue, and white test papers. Results showed a higher group means from the red test paper condition. This discrepancy is likely due to…

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  • Color In Photography

    perception of color as related to photography. There are many studies on the way that race, gender, age, environment, and society can alter the way in which people perceive colors in our world. However, few have studied this concept related to photographs. Color is an illusion, a trick based entirely on the way in which light encounters and enters into one’s eyes. Therefore, color is not an actual “truth”, lighting is the “truth” behind color. However, we classify our world into color categories…

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  • Color Criticism And Differences: The Microstate Theory Of Color

    Color skepticism is the belief that nothing truly possesses colors, since they are merely appearances to the perceiver. Although this is a sole belief on its own, there are many ways in which people have attempted to prove its validity. Some points of view include considering the scientific process behind the perception of color, while others, through a scientific lens, concentrate on what color really is, including its potential properties. However, I believe that the theory that is the most…

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  • The Importance Of Color In Architecture

    those arts which is color I think what characterize the architecture are the compact components with each other and the make up of the architectural layout and the physical structure , Starting from the surface of the components of texture and color and the end of its components in the form of mass and vacuum. We will illustrate the physical structure of the work of the architect of during one of the elements of this structure, namely color. Color has its latent strength and apparent ability…

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  • The Importance Of Colors In Art

    Colors is an element of art referring to reflected light. They are very necessary elements in any painting or piece of art. They represent many senses and feelings the artist was feeling towards the art that contain them or something in particular they want us to take in or comprehend. Many colorless paintings can be seen as bland and soulless with no emotions attached to them. But that’s not always the case, there are paintings which must be observed as a grayscale painting to really show the…

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  • Color Symbolism Essay

    INTRODUCTION Why is the red color in the stop sign and why does green mean "go"? Why does the bride wear white, and black is the color of mourning and sadness? Why does an optimist see the world in bright colors and a romantic person pursues the "blue dream"? This work discusses color and its place in culture. A lot of things in the reality surrounding us we perceive by means of colors and through them. Color terms bear in themselves much more information than it might seem at first glance.…

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  • Importance Of Color In Amelie

    Jean-Pierre Juenet’s Amelie is a beautiful film that uses color to dictate the story in a major way. Color in film can be used to tell information, to symbolize, and to express. Amelie uses all of these functions with mainly the primary colors red, green and blue. In this essay I will describe how the functions of color and its other facets are used to enhance Amelie’s world. Color’s informational function sets the scene in Amelie from the start. The opening scenes of Amelie as a child highlight…

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  • Perception Of Color Stereotypes

    Why, has been the discussion of this research, why are these children not choosing the color that looks like them? Some would say because our society has changed their perception to the ‘white is right’ thought, but I hazard to guess that it is a combination of fear and trepidation. As soon as we are born our perceptions are being formed by those we interact with. If we see those around us acting differently based on differences that another has then I perceive that to be true and right. It is…

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  • Pi Color Symbolism

    Emotions in Hues Other than being painted all over the earth and giving beauty to all objects, color can hold a deeper meaning than what many people acknowledge. Recurring color represents a repeating emotion or meaning. In the novel Life of Pi by Yann Martel, there are several colors representing feelings that accompany Pi and his journey in the lifeboat. He does so with only the company of a tiger and his own thoughts. Whenever the color orange is brought up, there is a feeling of hope, a…

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