The Right Light: Color Tuning by Craig DiLouie

While light makes sight, lighting shapes perception, particularly in regard to color in the things we see. This is because visible white light is made of colors. For us to see an object as a certain color, that color must be present in both the light and the object.
 Electric lamps typically do not emit light in a balanced color spectrum; the relative intensities of different colors, therefore, affect the appearance of a space.

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