Any picture printed in two shades of the same color, as duotypes and duographs are usually printed.
A halftone (photograph) printed in two colours, often black and another colour.
A black and white photograph that has been printed as a two-color halftone.
A two/color halftone reproduction of a black & white photograph or piece of artwork.
A two color halftone of a continuous tone image. Each color emphasizes a separate tonal range to achieve an image with more visual depth.
Image that is printed using two spot colors.
A process of printing a halftone negative using one color on top of a tinted screen in another color. Produces a rich one-color photograph.
Halftone image made up from two ink colors by laying down differing screen angles
An image that has been reproduced in two colors.
An image produced in two different tone ranges so that when printed a greater tone range is produced than possible with one colour.
An image produced by taking a black-and-white picture and printing it on top of itself in two different colors of ink (usually black and another color). The result is an image with a subtle range of tone.
An illustrative technique whereby two halftone negatives of different contrast ranges are printed in two different colors. Usually the more detailed exposure provides the base, and is printed in black or a dark shade of ink. The lighter exposure overprints this in a lighter shade of ink and colors the lighter tinted areas. EDItEUI EDItEUR is an organization established and sponsored by the Federation of European Publishers, the European Booksellers Federation and the European Bureau of Library, Information & Documentation Associations, to co-ordinate the development, promotion and implementation of electronic commerce in the international books and serials sector. http://www.editeur.org
Color reproduction from a monochrome original, such as a black and white photograph. Two halftones with different screen angles are made from the same original and printed in two colors
The application of two colors to provide richer tones than a monotone (single-color image, usually grayscale) can provide. A good duotone image can simulate a wider range of the color spectrum than two colors used separately. Duotones also use a hue (color) to set the mood for a photo in a more stunning way than a full-color image can.
A halftone that is printed as a two-color image by replicating a portion of the original tonal range for the second color. The halftone screens must be angled 30 degrees apart.
A halftone image made up of two colors â€“ black and white
A type of photograph that is reproduced in two colors instead of just black and white.
An image created by using two spot colors at separated at different angles to create a specific effect.
A process for producing two-color illustrations in which two halftones of the same subject, one in black and one in another color, are printed in register.
Colour reproduction from monochrome original. Keyplate usually printed in dark colour for detail, second plate printed in light flat tints.
The process of adding one or more colors to a black-and-white image.
Combining two exposures with different screen angles using the same original artwork to increase depth, tonal range and detail of a printed image. A technique mixing two colors, providing a richer toned image than a monotone image. This can be an effective design method when using limited colors is necessary.
A halftone that uses two colors, usually black and a spot color.
a black/white image toned with a color
a grayscale image to which a color has been added
a grayscale image which has been enhanced with additional colors
a method used to better reproduce the full tonal range of an original fine art black and white photograph in a book or other publication
a photograph that is printed in two colors
a wonderful way to make a monochrome print
Photograph reproduced from two halftones and printed in two colours.
A two color reproduction of a single color image.
A halftone printing process in two colours, usually black and one other colour.
This is a technique which mixes two colors (Duo) which can provide richer toned image than a monotone graphic. The sum can be greater than its parts and give the impression of more colors than just the two. This can be an effective way of designing with a limited color output budget.
A two-colour half-tone image.
A 2 colour halftone produced from two halftone images of the same original.
A grayscale image enhanced by a single color. Duotone is originally a print term. Although grayscale images can have up to 256 levels of gray, many printers are unable to reproduce the full tonal range in an image with a single ink. The addition of another color (ink) usually produces better results.
A monochrome photograph that is printed with 2 colors in order to achieve greater tonal range, or to create a certain effect. Duotone screen angle should be 30 degrees apart to prevent a moire pattern.
An image reproduced from the same piece of original art, usually a photograph, using two inks, usually black plus another color.
Two-color halftone reproduction from a one color original.
The reproduction of a black and white picture in two colours, normally black and another colour. One colour tends to stress the highlight areas and the other the shadow.
A photograph that has been printed in two colors instead of in black and white; one color is used for the lighter tone ranges and the other for the darker.
A two-colour halftone reproduction from a one-colour photograph
A two color halftone of the same image created by using two screens, two plates, and two colors.
A halftone image made up of two printed colors. A tritone is an image comprising three colors.
A two-color halftone of an image created with two screens, two plates, and two colors.
A halftone printing process in two colors, usually black and one other color. Back to Previous Page
A two-color halftone that is reproduced from a one-color photograph.
is a color mode. An image in the Duotone color mode is simply a grayscale image that has been enhanced with an additional color. Use the Duotone color mode to add a touch of color to grayscale images.
Two-color halftone reproduction from black-and-white original.
A photograph that has been reproduced with a mix of two colors. It can be saved in EPS format.
Printed with black and one other color of ink. This process was common in comics printed in the 1930s.
Two plates are combined to create a piece of art with a darker and lighter shade of ink.
A common printing technique by which a halftone is printed in two ink colors, most often black and another color.
A black and white photograph reproduced using two halftone negatives and printed in black and one other colour ink.
A halftone picture made up of two printed colors.
Special print affect where two colours are used with specific screen angles to create depth in a two toned image/photo. Careful consideration needs to be given to the colours selected so the image is effective. Black and blue or brown make the Sepia look.
A two-colour halftone of the same images created with two screens, two plates, and two colours. Most halftones are one-colour halftones, printed with black ink on white paper. By blending the black of the tiny ink dots and the white of the paper, the human eye sees shades of grey. Printing an image with two colours, generally black and a second color makes Duotones. The full range of tones are printed black and the middle range of tones are printed in the second colour. The result is a striking image with more richness and depth that a one-colour halftone. Printing a tritone or a quadratone can further enhance the image; these are also reproductions of black and white images, perhaps with a touch of colour. The cost of printing tritones or quadratones may be as high as or higher than four-colour process printing.
A two-color halftone produced by overprinting two halftone screens made from the same photograph (usually black-and-white photograph), as a means of generating a monochromatic image with a full range of tonal gradations.
a halftone image printed with two colours, one dark and the other lighter. The same photograph is halftoned twice, using the same screen at two different angles. Combining the two improves the detail and contrast in the final printed image.
A two-color halftone of the same image. Generally the full range of tones are printed black and the middle range of tones are printed in the second color. The result is an image with more richness and depth than a one-color halftone.
photograph reproduced from two halftone negatives and usually printed in two ink colors.
the term for a two-color halftone made from a one-color photograph.
Photograph from two halftone negatives printed at different screen angles and usually in two different colors.
Photograph reproduced from two halftone negatives and usually printed in black and one other ink color.
A halftone that prints in two colors to create greater visual interest or more subtle detail and gray tones.
A halftone image created by over- printing two different halftone screens of the same image with different tonal values. Duotones are printed using two black inks or a black and a coloured ink. Duotones are created to increase the detail and saturation of the black part of an image, or to create a special effect.
An image that uses two different overlapping halftone screens in different spot colors to create a toned effect.
A photograph printed using two colours.
a halftone image printed with two colors, one dark and the other light. The same photograph is halftoned twice, using the same screen at two different angles; combining the two improves the detail and contrast. Egyptian type: originally, from 1815 on, bold face with heavy slabs or square serifs.
A halftone picture made up of two printed colours
Black-and-white photograph reproduced using two halftone negatives, each shot to emphasize different tonal values in the original.
An offset-printed image created with two different colors of ink.
A printing technique in which a halftone is printed in two ink colors to provide richer tones.
A grayscale image that is printed using two plates to enhance its tonal depth. A witone is printed using three plates. A quadtone is printed using four plates.
A two color print created from a one color image. Two halftones are created and each printed in a different color. Typically one of the two colors is black. Other term: duograph.
A two-color halftone reproduction generated from a one-color photo.
A two-colour halftone of the same image created by using two screens, two plates, and two colours
A two-colour halftone reproduction from a onecolour photograph.
A two-color halftone reproduction from a black-and-white photograph.
a two-color halftone reproduction made from a monochrome original.
Duotone Duplex A grayscale image printed with two printing inks instead of one. If you want to reproduce fine details in a black and white image, make it softer or tint it a colour other than pure black, you use duotones. You usually print with black plus one spot colour of your choice.
A two-colour halftone of the same image created with two screens, two plates and two colours. Generally the full tonal range is printed in black and the middle range of tones are printed in the second colour to create an effect that is deeper and richer than a one-colour halftone.
Printing a photograph in two colors.
A two color halftone reproduction from a one-color photograph.
a halftone image printed with two colors, one dark and the other light. The same photograph is halftoned twice, using the same screen at two different angles combining the two improves the detail and contrast. ABOUT US | CONTACT US | FAQ | AFFILIATE PROGRAM | TERMS & CONDITIONS | OUR PARTNERS PRIVACY & SECURITY POLICY | CLIENTS TESTIMONIALS | SITE MAP | BUSINESS RESOURCES With the help of Hashem, we will do and we will succeed. toll free: 1.866.816.5646 www.aboutlogodesign.com HOME | LOGO DESIGN | ANIMATED LOGO DESIGN | BUSINESS CARD DESIGN | BROCHURE DESIGN | WEBSITE DESIGN | SLOGAN DESIGN
The application of two colors of ink to provide richer tones than a single color image can provide.
A monochromatic printed image created by two overlapping halftone screens of different colours; generally created from a black and white photographic original in order to add additional tonal range, or to create a tinted or coloured appearance.
Duotone is a form of printing halftones with two colors of ink, one usually black.