Original material that is viewed and must be photographed by light reflected from its surface. Examples of reflective art are photographs, drawings, and printed material.
Artwork which is neither digital nor transparent. Reflective art requires either scanning or camera work to be printed.
Non-transparent originals, such as illustrations or photographs produced on opaque backgrounds, that are scanned for color separations.
Originals such as photographs or illustrations which are on a reflective surface as opposed to transparent film.
Artwork that must be photographed from light reflected from its surface. Generally used as camera ready art.
Images or ads printed on an opaque surface like paper, not film.
Photographs or illustrations which are on a reflective surface such as paper rather than transparent film.
Opaque artwork prepared so that it may be photographed or input into a computer by scanning.
Illustrations that must be photographed by light reflected from its surface for reproduction, such as photographs and drawings.