What do you mean gray doesn’t exist?

The world is not just black and white; there is a variety of shades of gray in-between. Or so they say. Cinematographers have used this theme for years, filming in black and white or muted colors, showing the bright colors only when something hopeful is worth seeing. But the phrase and all its implications has got me thinking. Is the color gray a color at all?

Well, the answer is no. Neither is black or white for that matter. For something to be classified a color, it needs to have a wavelength associated with it. In layman’s terms, if light passes through a prism, the color you put in is the color you get out.Read More…