Unitate de măsură a temperaturii de culoare standardizată (ex.: 5500-6500K lumină de zi).
The visible light spectrum is scientifically described in terms of color temperature, and is measured in degrees Kelvin (Â°K).
is the absolute measurement of colour temperature. On your camera under the White Balance settings you make see a â€œKâ€ setting. This allows you to adjust the colour manually by degrees kelvin. The lower numbers represent warmer colours like orange (tungsten light) and the higher numbers are cooler (blues). Play with this scale to create different affects.
Unit of measure in color temperature (e.g. 6500K for daylight).
This is the Color Temperature scale that takes its name from the scientist Lord Kelvin.
Unitate de masura a temperaturii. Prin extensie, unitate de masura a temperaturii de culoare (temperatura la care trebuie incalzit un corp negru absolut pentru a emite lumina de culoarea respectiva)
Unitate de masura a temperaturii. Prin extensie, unitate de masura a temperaturii de culoare (temperatura la care trebuie Ã®ncalzit un corp negru absolut pentru a emite lumina de culoarea respectiva)
see Color Temperature
t of temperature. In photography, it refers most often to the temperature of a color.
Measurement of colour temperature named after the scientist Lord Kelvin.
International standard, using symbol K, used in imaging to measure color temperature of light, with 5500 to 6500K regarded as midday daylight, light temperature lower than 4000K being reddish, above 7500K being bluish. One Kelvin degree equals 1 Celsius degree. [K] = [degree C ] + 273.15
The Kelvin scale is a unit of temperature measurement, and is recognized using the symbol K. In addition to white balance settings based on lighting scenarios, one can also set the white balance in many Nikon digital cameras using degrees Kelvin.