Full colour printing using colour separations -- an image is separated into the four process colours, cyan, magenta, yellow and black and placed on four different plates, each representing one of the colours. See CMYK.
A printing method that involves separating full-colour images into four different halftones by using colour filters of the opposite colour - such as, a red filter to capture a cyan halftone, blue to capture yellow, green to capture magenta. A four-colour image is reproduced by printing each halftone in one of four ink colours - magenta, cyan, yellow and black. The optical blending of these coloured dots recreates a continuous tone image.
Printing in the three subtractive primary colours - cyan, magenta, yellow and black, from a series of four halftone plates to reproduce continuous tone colour images.
The process of printing full colour photos. (See CMYK)
Printing using CMYK. (See also CMYK and CMYK printing).
Printing in full colour using four colour separation and CMYK inks.
Reproduction of an image by printing with the subtractive primaries of yellow, magenta and cyan plus black. G H
This is the standard printing method that uses the four process colours of Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y) and Black (K). These four inks are combined in varying percentages to create a broader spectrum of colour. The actual number of possible colours in the CMYK colour space is 100 x 100 x 100 = 1 000 000. This is not including black as this is not a colour but only adds shade to individual hues.
Where the three primary colours and black are used to make photographic quality images.
printing in full colour using four colour separation negatives - yellow, magenta, cyan and black.
A method of printing in full colour by colour separation producing four colour plates for printing in cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
Printing with three of the primary colours plus black. Yellow, magenta and cyan colour inks are printed with black, using screens to create all the other colours of the spectrum.
See CMYK, colour separation.
the method of printing in full colour by scanning an image to produce half tone plates in four colours as yellow, cyan, magenta and black, which when printed together reproduce the original colour effects.
Printing Reproducing full colour by photographically separating the art into its three primary colours: process yellow, magenta and cyan plus process black and printing them in that configuration. All these colours are transparent.
Full colour printing blending the three primary colours and black to create any shade required