Subtractive Color Primaries

In color, the colorants cyan, magenta, and yellow, which can be combined to produce other colors, such as green, orange, violet, etc. Colors produced using these primaries differ from additive color primaries in that it is the selective absorption of light by these colors which produces the intermediates. See Subtractive Color Theory. See also Additive Color Primaries and Color: Color Theory.

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