colour tone

tone, colour 

Term often used in colorimetry, photography and industry to indicate hue. See hue.
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In simple terms, True Tone is a display technology that matches the colour tone or whiteness of the display to that of ambient lighting, such as, if you are in a room with yellow light, the display will turn slightly yellow so as to seem more natural.
Now Colour Tone Masterbatch, based in Bedwas in south Wales, has developed a colouring package which enables manufacturers to colour a product however they want (including black) - while retaining its detectability when it comes to being sorted after use.
To give a cozy vibe to your living area, Beige is the perfect colour tone. You can add plush pillows and a soft throw and lounge in the space all day.
Generally, prior to filming, cinematographer Murali decides on a colour tone for his visuals.
If you're coordinating colours, then pocket squares, ascots/ties and socks should be within the same colour tone palette.
There's a mid and East European feel to the pages in colour tone and style with pop cultural references--Fab Four, high five, perfect ten and disco seventy.
There are lots of sophisticated options available on the market from soft pale silvers through to chalky charcoal and Wall Street grey, that when combined with a more vibrant colour tone can create a real sense of drama.
Additionally, the new Adobe Photomerge Style Match analyses stylistic characteristics of any photo, such as contrast or colour tone, and automatically applies them to another photo, and users can also combine the best facial expressions from a number of different shots into a single perfect photo.
The Fujifilm X-E3 produces some of the best in-camera JPEGs in terms of colour tone, colour accuracy, sharpness and details.
Barry Callebaut has developed a process that unlocks the flavour and colour tone naturally present in the Ruby bean.
Technical plastics compounder, Luxus, has acquired Colour Tone Masterbatch, based in Bedwas, South Wales.