|Color Name:||Pale Brown*|
|Hex Color Code:||#967B50|
|RGB Color Code:||RGB(150, 123, 80)|
|CMYK Values*:||0.0%, 18.0%, 46.7%, 41.2%|
The RGB color code for color number #967B50 is RGB(150, 123, 80). In the RGB color model, #967B50 has a red value of 150, a green value of 123, and a blue value of 80. The CMYK color model (also known as process color, used in color printing) comprises 0.0% cyan, 18.0% magenta, 46.7% yellow, and 41.2% key (black). The HSL color scale has a hue of 36.9° (degrees), 30.4 % saturation, and 45.1 % lightness. In the HSB/HSV color space, #967B50 has a hue of 36.9° (degrees), 46.7 % saturation and 58.8 % brightness/value.
Color 967B50 is cool or warm?
Color 967B50 is a warm color.
What is the LRV of 967B50?
Color code 967B50 has an LRV of nearly 21.
By LRV value, it is a medium dark color.
Light Reflectance Value (LRV), indicates how light or dark a color will look on a scale of 0 (black) to 100 (white).
RGBA / RGB
|RGB(150, 123, 80)|
HSL(36.86deg, 30.4 %, 45.1 %)
|RYB(98, 123, 86)|
|Brightness / Value||58.82 %.|
W: 31.37 %
B: 41.18 %
|XYZ||X : 21.11
Y : 21.23
Z : 10.57
|YXY||Y1 : 21.23
X : 0.4
Y2 : 0.4
|CMY||C : 41.18%
M : 51.76%
Y : 68.63%
|LRV||~ 21.2 %|
|Munsell Color System||3.2Y 5.2/4.3|
|CIE-Lab||L : 53.2
A : 4.52
B : 27.38
|CIE-Lch||L : 53.2
C : 27.75
H : 80.63
|CIE-Luv||L : 53.2
U : 20.46
V : 32.01
|Hunter-Lab||L : 46.08
A : 1.15
B : 18.65
Color Name of HEX #967B50
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Paint color for Hex #967B50
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