DOMINANT COLOUR -The colour with the largest proportional area.
SUB DOMINANT COLOUR – Colours with a small proportional area but still a main colour.
ACCENT COLOURS - Colours have a small relative area, but offer a contrast because of a variation in hue, intensity, or saturation
MONOCHROMATIC - Uses shades or tints from the same hue.
ANALOGOUS - Any three colours from the same spectrum adjacent to eachother on the colour wheel.
COMPLEMENTARY - Two colors that are the direct opposite of each other on the colour wheel.
VALUE – How intensive or light the colour is.
SATURATION – How pure or full a colour is.
SHADES – A hue produced by the addition of black.
TINTS – A hue produced by the addition of white.
SPLIT COMPLEMENTARY – One from one side of the colour wheel and two from the other side.
TRIADIC – Same distance on the colour wheel to each other.
TEMPERATURE - Color temperate can help enhance the mood of an image.
CONTRAST - Contrast is the noticeable level of difference between two colors.
PRIMARY COLOURS - Primary colors are not mixed from other elements and they generate all other colors.
SECONDARY COLOURS – Colours achieved by a mixture of two primary hues.
TERTIARY – Colours achieved by mixing a primary and secondary hue.
JUXTAPOSITION – Colours side by side that clash or create negativity to create a reaction or vibration.