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Mapping with ArcGIS Pro by Ryan Malhoski, Amy Rock

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Red, Green, Blue (RGB)

RGB is the color model used by digital devices, such as your phone, TV, or computer monitor, and which combines to make all other colors. RGB is what is referred to as an additive color mode, which means that all three colors combine to make white. The color that you see is the color that is coming directly into your eye. If you've ever been to a concert or theater performance, you may have noticed that white lights are seldom used, except for the occasional spotlight. Individual beams of red, blue, and green (and sometimes other colors) are directed at key parts of the stage, where they appear more or less white, depending on the levels of each color. Unlike the classic yellow and blue make green in CMYK, in RGB color, ...

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