Saturation to neutralization


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Saturation to neutralization

The saturation of a color, also referred to as chroma or vibrancy, is the colorfulness or perceived intensity of a specific color. Saturation is just as important as the value in constructing an image. Like value, it's important to control the range of vibrant to neutral colors in the composition of a piece. Vibrancy can also provide a focal point, act as a messenger for meaning, and create a more primal reaction in human beings than value alone.

The poster for the Clermont Lounge uses value, quantity of color, saturation, and texture contrast, to start the eye at the top and move it back and forth, like a pinball machine. Down to the base of the poster. The large circular shape of red with contrasting green, is a color combination repeated throughout the post. But is most intense at the top of the piece, and reduced as we move down to the bottom of the type and the image. The additional texture of the hat, dark value of the heads against the red circle at the top, also help to force the viewer to l...

Saturation to neutralization
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