So I've been looking into the Law of Reflection with Specular and Diffuse Reflection. I understand that electrons have a certain vibrational frequency in objects, and if a light wave matches that, that color wouldn't be observed. My question is, what if I took a red laser pointer and shined it at that same object? If it wasn't red in the first place, shouldn't it technically also absorb that red color? I know it's not the case, cause obviously we see that red dot. Does that red laser pointer follow the law of reflection?