Basically, color temperature refers to the color we perceive light to be. Since each of us sees color slightly differently, color temperature is measured on a standard scale in Kelvins (K).
A low Kelvin value (i.e., below 4000K) is “warm light” whereas a high Kelvin value (i.e., above 4000K) is “cool light.”
Warm light is seen as being yellow, orange, and red - tones that are associated with warmth. Cool light is seen as being predominantly blue.
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