When it comes to color modes, a good thing to always keep in mind is what is their strengths and weaknesses.
There is no real use in comparing these in terms of best, as you will quickly notice that they are made for different purposes.
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Hi guys in today's video Flexi starter, we're gonna be looking at a few available colour modes. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za hat Sierra today we make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. And we have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme here. No, just so you guys know this is gonna be a little mini serious. I'm working with colour. There's a few things we need to cover that. It's not always the highlighted topics, so but unfortunately, still have to get those out the way. Some of them are quite interesting, but some of them is kind of more specialised. But in any case, today, what we're gonna be doing is I'm looking at colour modes. So what's the most, uh, I'm only gonna be covering mostly the common ones you'll be working with mostly. And then which ones are available? So now, to locate the colour modes when I got here to our standard toolbar and then we can either go to the colour mixer, we can go to the colour specs, but for quick access, I'm just gonna go colour mixer, it's gonna pops up this little colour mix of options. So now under here, we can see next to our colour. We've got a colour mode, So yeah, currently, we have RGB, which is, uh, in computers may be the most popular. Sure, So it is. So you're basically working with green, red, green and blue as we see here. So as we adjust these values, we can change the final outcome. So if we are just a read a bit less, they'll become more green. And then obviously you can add more blue changes, that colour and yeah, so that is the basic one. Most computer monitors also worked with the RGB led have set up the next up here, we've got the C M Y K, which if you're from a traditional background, you'll understand. This is cm magenta, yellow and black. And okay, so I think what k and or something like that, but it actually is mostly stand for black. And as you can see here, we've got values here. So the nice thing about the seem like a is. Obviously you can set of brightness, So an RGB is not that important because that's kind of just a lack of light and adding light when it comes to printing, that becomes a bit more important where the white is normal, your bass paper, so you'll just be adding black. So if you're gonna be happy to work with a lot of printing, it's maybe a good colour mode to work in. It seems like Okay, if you're doing a lot of Web stuff for digital, maybe RGB or if your first concept and you can always do it RGB and then your final your sense of cm. Okay, you know, obviously also copy these values. If someone asks you what is your si yo yo? You seem like a settings. So next we've got lab. This kind of also works as a luminous and so forth, but it's not so popular. It's not something you use often. It's quite a specialised fields, same with the spot. But it's kind of just like variation in connect sense of how much you put the colour. And then we've got H S B, which I'm kind of fond of, a bit of A. You will see it a lot in a modern painting programmes and art programmes and so forth. And as you can see, you've got quite a variety here. We've got you on top so we can choose which colour range do we want an end? They've got the saturation, so kind of like I'll saturate the colours so you can obviously take it all the way down till it's grey And then we've got the value, which is the brightness. So it's Fulbright. When you take down all the way to black, you're seeing order, obviously, to get a full. Why do I have to take a situation down? But from like a designer and artist point of view, this is quite a common one to work with. Sort of easy then, um, and last up, we've got the geo tone, which basically you'll be working on the base and a top colour. So first we're printing the base, and then you'll be setting the top colour prints over that. But yeah, so otherwise that is it. On colour modes, I say your most common. You'll be working with the RGB and seem like a in it and also in my preference. Sometimes it is the HSV, especially for designing. You have a lot of control and power over that. Otherwise that is it. On colour modes, I will try add links in the description you guys and follow along with this miniseries. In other words, we had here to softwaretraining.co.za See you guys on a variety of different Softwares We do cover and also you are able to isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking for, you can always go your request, a training video. Then we will make that video for you. Otherwise, thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.