Color characteristics: Brightness, saturation, chromaticity, primary, complementary colors, gamut

Brightness: Brightness is actually the measure of the combined intensity of the light.

Saturation: Saturation is the measure of purity of the colors.

Chromaticity: Chromaticity is the measure of brightness and saturation of the light.

Primary color: A single distinctive color in a spectrum is known as a primary color like Red.

Complementary colors: It is a combination of two colors which when combined produces white light, Like, Green and Magenta, Blue and Yellow, and Red and Cyan.

Color Gamut: In a color model three color combinations are used for making wide variety of. This pair is known as color gamut.

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