FAQs

☉ What does the Full-Color Balance mean?


The color temperature is the color itself.  All the digital photos or displays are based on a single color temperature to present their colors to our optic nerve that enables us to witness the colors.  If the color temperature of a digital photo does not meet the site’s color temperature, all the colors in the photos are wrong, rather than have some colors correct and some colors wrong.

All the colors are composed by the three primary colors (R,G,B Red-Blue-Green) in various composition ration. The white color is the result when the three primary colors composed equally, i.e., R=G=B. By using RAYNAULD™ Directivity Color Calibration Filter, the white color can be precisely pin-point calibrated so that All The Colors of the photos can be well Balanced and displayed in human vision.