Tag: color

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World’s Colors Through the Eyes of a Horse

Photo by Joe Nicora, Nicora, via Flickr
Do horses see in color?
If most humans with the exception of those suffering for dichromacy have three types of cones cells, the retina’s color receptors, and trichromatic vision, horses have only two types of cone cells and dichromatic vision. Therefore, horses see in color, but if trichromats are able to see [...]

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Color in Photography

Photography reveals life even if exploring black-and-white, sepia tone or retro color effect. The color negative film turned plenty colorful in 1935, when Kodachrome, the first modern color film, was on market for the first time.

Photo: Rainbow Valley

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The Toxic Touch of Color

 

Photo: The Blue Poison Dart Frog
About 2 inches long, the Blue Poison Dart Frog is well known for striking azure color and skin toxins.

  • The Calm Before the Storm – An Electrical Photography Collection July 18, 2012
    More than storms, I’ve always been fascinated by the calm before them. The sun hides before the clouds, the wind starts to blow, the birds stop singing, and in this monumental silence you know something big is about to happen, like entering in another dimension, when humans and nature didn’t broke the connections – “beyond [...] […]