The relative length or duration of a tone or note, answering to quantity in prosody; thus, a quarter note [?] has the value of two eighth notes [?].
That property of a color by which it is distinguished as bright or dark; luminosity.
Degree of lightness as conditioned by the presence of white or pale color, or their opposites.
The shade (darkness) or tint (lightness) of a color. Also called brightness, lightness, shade and tone.
The lightness (tint) or darkness (shade) of a hue. The quantity of light reflected.
The amount of darkness or lightness in a color.
Degree of lightness or darkness of a hue or neutral shade. Value is considered one of the three dimensions of color.
An element of art and design that pertains to the relative lightness and darkness of colour in an image.
the degree of lightness or darkness in any color. You might have heard the word “brightness” used in this way. “Brightness” means the same thing, but the correct word for colors in art is “value”. (Drawing Lesson 14)
A term used when describing the darkness or lightness of a color. See also HIGH LIGHTS; PRESS PROOF; TINT; TONE
The relative lightness of an area. Low values are dark, high values are light.
The lightness or darkness of tones or colors. White is the lightest value; black is the darkest. The value halfway between these extremes is called middle gray.
How light or dark a fabric or color is, relative to the others it is being used with.
The relative lightness of colour, which is approximately a function of the square root of the total amount of light. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
This property describes the lightness or darkness of a color. For example, pink and baby blue have a similar value, although they have different hues.
the lightness or darkness of a color; contrasts between light and dark.
Light and dark qualities of a surface or area (sometimes referred to as tonal values.) The amount of light reflected by a surface operating within a hue or independent hues.
Used to describe color brightness.
The element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of an object or color.
relative darkness or lightness of a color; "I establish the colors and principal values by organizing the painting into three values--dark, medium...and light"-Joe Hing Lowe
(music) the relative duration of a musical note
The degree of lightness or darkness in a color.
The relative lightness or intensity of color, approximately a function of the square root of the total amount of light reflected from a surface; one of the three variables of color.
The extent to which a color reflects or transmits light.
Describes how light or dark a color is. Value can be used interchangeably with the term brightness. A pale yellow color will seem lighter than dark blue. The higher the value of a color, the closer it will be to white and the lower the value the closer the color will be to black.
Refers to the darkness or lightness of a color or area
1. The relative degree of light or dark. 2. The characteristic of color determined by light or dark, or the quantity of light reflected by the color. Value: high key - lightÑand low key - darkÑ paintings; value contrasts; graded values; and values in atmospheric perspective. Value refers to dark and light. Value contrasts help us to see and understand a two-dimensional work of art. This type can be read because of the contrast of dark letters and light paper. Value contrast is also evident in colors, which enables us to read shapes in a painting.
The range from black to white, independent of color/hue. Adding tint (black) lightens the value and decreases saturation of the hue. Adding tone (black) darkens the value and also decreases saturation of the hue. When choosing color combinations, the relative values of the colors is probably the most important factor. It often helps to judge the relative values by squinting or viewing the image in grayscale or using a piece of red cellophane.
A color's lightness or darkness in relation to black and white. The addition of more black lowers the color value; the addition of white raises the color value.
The relative lightness or darkness of a hue, or of a neutral varying from white to black.
degree of lightness on a scale from dark to light of black and white or any color. Low values indicate darker color or less lightness and high values indicate lighter color or more lightness.
Shadows, darkness, contrasts and light are all values in artwork.
refers to the light or darkness of a color.
The lightness or darkness or shade of a color.
The relative lightness or darkness of a color; tone; shade
(1) The tone quality of lightness or darkness given to a surface or area by the amount of light reflected from it. (2) (color) The characteristic of a color in terms of lightness or darkness. This is determined by the amount or quantity of light reflected by a color.
The lightness or darkness of a colour, i.e. light blue, medium blue and dark blue have different values.
(1) The term used to describe the lightness or darkness of a colour. (2) Value is also an expression of colour brightness or the extent to which a colour reflects light - this varies with different hues. Colour value is measured in terms of the grey scale, e.g. green, light green, medium green and dark green. The value of a colour is important in map symbology because, it can emphasize or de-emphasize the importance of a feature or symbol, depending on the message wishing to be conveyed. (See Chroma and Hue).
The lightness or darkness of a color, outside the chroma or hue. In terms of value, all colors are either high, middle or dark. Two visually similar hues may appear similar in chromatic brilliance, such as red and yellow, but at opposite ends of the value scale (yellow being of high value and red being of a dark value, when in the absence of chroma, one would appear as white, the other would appear as black).
One of the three colour attributes; the relative lightness or darkness of a color. High value is closer to white, low value is closer to black. See also hue and saturation.
Degree of lightness, one of the attributes, along with hue and saturation, that may be thought of as the dimensions of colour. Also called intensity.
lightness and darkness of a color.
Relative lightness or darkness of a colour, or the relation of one part of a photograph to another in regards to lightness or darkness.
The lightness or darkness of a given color.
Refers to how light or dark a color is in relation to another color.
The sensation of relative darkness (low) or lightness (high) of a colour or tone compared to another or as measured in relation to a grey scale.
The relative lightness or darkess of colour. One of the three variables of colour of the Munsell Colour Notation.
The relative lightness or darkness of a hue. Black is low value. White is a high value.
Describes the lightness or darkness of the colour. White is the lightest value and black is the darkest. Varnish: A protective cover which is applied over the surface of the painting.
The relative darkness or lightness of a color. Luminosity. ornice A horizontal molded projection that crowns or completes a building or wall. An ornamental horizontal molding or frame used to conceal rods, picture hooks, or other devices. ado The wall space between the chair rail and the baseboard. This area is customarily equal to one third of the wall height.
The lightness or darkness of a color, running from a low-value shade to a high-value pastel tint. Value varies with the amount of white or black in the color's composition.
The range and degree of lightness or darkness of a color, white being the highest or lightest value, black being the lowest or darkest value. (Also see tone & tint, and high-key and low-key above)
Indicates the lightness or darkness of a color in relation to a neutral gray scale. The HSV color model uses a scale of 0-100% representing pure white.
An element of art that describes the relative lightness or darkness of a color.
The quality by which a pale or light color is distinguished from a deep or dark color of the same tone.
Lightness or darkness of a hue or neutral color. A value scale shows the range of values from black to white.
1) The degree of lightness or darkness of a hue. 2) The general degree of lightness or darkness of a surface.
The lightness or darkness of a hue or color
Color value refers to how bright or dark a color is. Colors with low value are more black in appearance. Colors with high value are more richly colored. This is a set of four red dots which increase in value from left to right.
A density or numeric assignment of a color, tone or density made by direct comparison or by use of a densitometer. Color printing values range from 2% minimum controllable dot to 98% maximum controllable dot. Values in color can be pre-selected for density, hue and depth by using a process printing guide. This is an excellent way to pre-visualize how a particular color may be expected to reproduce on a printing press.
In art, the relative darkness or lightness of a color
The degree of light or dark in area line, or shape in terms of black to white; also called tone ( light or dark blue, or light or dark gray).
Indicates the degree of lightness or darkness of a colour in relation to a neutral grey scale. The scale of value ranges from 0 for pure black to 10 for pure white.
the relative luminosity--or lightness--of a color based on how much white it contains. Yellow has the highest value, followed by orange, green, red, blue and violet.
Value is how dark or how light something looks. It is one of the elements of art. Value changes in colors can be achieved by adding black or white to the color.