a process of color photography in which the colors are formed by the combination of red, green, and blue-violet.
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- additive color,
- additive effect,
- additive group,
- additive identity,
- additive inverse,
Compare subtractive process.
Origin of additive process
First recorded in 1930–35
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a photographic process in which the desired colours are produced by adding together appropriate proportions of three primary coloursCompare subtractive process
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