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Yellow, magenta, and cyan, so selected because when combined they produce black and when used in various strengths and combinations, they reproduce thousands of different colours with a minimum of photography, platemaking, and presswork.
The colours needed for four colour process printing - cyan, magenta, yellow and black.
The three primary colours used in process printing (cyan, magenta and yellow) plus black.
The four colours (CMYK) that are used to produce a wide range of colours
See four colour process.
the four colours cyan, yellow, magenta and black (CYMK) used in printing to produce a full colour effect.
The four process colour inks used in printing â€“ cyan, magenta, yellow and black. (also known as cmyk)
The four basic colors of ink used in process color printing are cyan (C), magenta (M), yellow (Y) and black (K). These ink colors are transparent and "process" with each other when overprinted in predetermined amounts.
Black and three primary Colours-magenta (red), cyan (blue), and yellow- into which full-Colour artwork is separated before printing.
The subtractive primaries, yellow, magenta and cyan plus black used in four colour process printing.
The printing inks Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black
the four colour colours used in printing to represent the full spectrum: cyan (blue), yellow, magenta (red) and black.
The four colours (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) that are combined to print a wide range of colours. When blended, they can reproduce only some of the colours found in nature.
The mechanical process of reproducing a full colour image with the three primary subtractive colour inks. (Magenta, cyan, yellow and black)
for four colour printing CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) that are used in producing full-colour images, such as colour photographs.