What is the difference between a color’s luminosity and inherent light?
The difference between color’s luminosity and inherent light is that color has a natural glow from the value which appears when surrounded by other colors and inherent light is the light from CYMK spectrum.
How does this relate to hue, value and saturation?
This relates to hue, value and saturation because it is the principles which makes color.
Proportionate color inventory (source)
proportioned; being in due proportion; proportional.
informal: a list of items of colors which are balance
non-proportionate color inventory (source)
having due proportion; corresponding.
being in or characterized by proportion.
of, relating to, or based on proportion; relative.
informal: non-balance list of colors
Process colors are represented as percentages of cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Varying the percentages offers thousands of color possibilities. When four-color process printing is used to reproduce photographs, decorative elements such as borders and graphics can be created out of process colors. This helps to avoid the added expense of an extra plate needed to print each spot color. Patone.com
Informal: Many colors options because its the CYMB spectrum.
Spot colors are standardized colors that can be purchased from a color-matching company or that can be mixed by a commercial printer according to formulations provided by the color-matching company. Informal: Colors avaliable through color matching company and specialized mixing.
Hex Triplet Colors are web colors used for font families and userbox designing.
informal: collection of colors with number scale on HTML formats