(See Four-colour process)
The mechanical process of reproducing a full colour image with the three primary subtractive colour inks (CMYK/ Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) and black. When viewed under a lupe, the individual colour halftone dots can be seen in a process colour image.
Colour specified in percentages of cyan, magenta, yellow and black. When superimposed during printing the four colour printing process, their separate plates can recreate millions of different colours.
Synonymous with four colour process.
Short for Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black, CMYK is a colour model in which all colours are described as a mixture of these four process colours. CMYK is the standard colour model used in offset printing for full-colour documents. Because such printing uses inks of these four basic colours, it is often called four-colour printing.
The four colours used in commercial printing - CMYK.
One of the four colours (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) that are used in producing full-colour images, such as colour photographs.
Colour separations made using standard inks of cyan (blue), magenta (red), yellow, black.
Printing using ink is generally based on a four colour process. These colours are cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Also known as CMYK. These four inks can represent a very large range of colours and is what is used on colour magazines.
The colours used for four-colour process printing: yellow, magenta, cyan and black.
Four colour work made up of various combinations of cyan, magenta, yellow and black, producing four colour separations. Q R S
The printing primary colours: cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK), used in full-colour process printing
usually taken to mean full-colour reproduction achieved by colour separation on individual pieces of film everses the typographical elements that reverse or vary the normal use of black lettering on paper, ie, white-on-black, black-on-tint, white-on-tint; often abbreviated to WOBs, BOTs, and WOTs
halftone colour printing created by the colour separation process whereby a piece of copy is broken
The process colours (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black) are used in traditional colour printing to reproduce a full colour range.
Inks that are used to print an image from four separate plates, one each for Cyan (C), Magenta (M), Yellow (Y), and Black (K). In combination, they produce an illusion of an even wider range of colours.
The four colours Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black (CMYK) used in printing and the colour separation process.
A photo mechanical method of printing in which the separation of the colours of the original is accomplished mechanically and photographically. It includes, as a special case, four colour process in which filters and screens are used to break images into four colours (red, yellow, blue, and black) which, when recombined at the printing stage will simulate essentially all colours in the original.