The RGB Color Model

All colors in the RGB color model are created from three primary colors: red, green, and blue. RGB is the most commonly used color model in digital photography, and we will perform our workflow mainly in this mode. RGB is an additive color model, meaning that the sum (addition) of all three basic colors at full strength (100 percent) adds up to pure white.

"0, 0, 0" defines black and "255, 255, 255" defines pure white. Pure white is rarely present in real-world photos.

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