The colour spectrum is often divided up into named colors, though any division is somewhat arbitrary: the spectrum is continuous. Traditional colors include: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet.Among some of the colors that are not spectral colors are:- Grayscale (achromatic) colors, such as white, gray, and black- Any color obtained by mixing a gray-scale color and yet another color (either spectral one or not spectral), such as pink, which is a mixture of a reddish color and white.- Purple colors, which in color theory also include magenta colors, rose colors, and other colors on the line of purples, which are various mixtures of violet and red light.
my father once told me that white is the presence of all colors! there are some on the internet who agree, giving scientific reasons for why this is true! but no matter your "white" photos are quite lovely and enjoyable!