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Title: Ereview
Author: Print Industry Center
Abstract: Rules, sometimes, are meant to be broken. For example, printing freshmen learn that lithography works based on the principle of "ink and water do not mix." By the time they are seniors, they learn that emulsified ink is necessary in order for a lithographic press to function properly. After all, ink and water do mix. Any printing student or professional will admit that a golden rule in pictorial color image reproduction is that process color or CMYK inks should always be used. To challenge the rule, one must ask the question, "Can pictorial color images be reproduced using non-CMYK inks?" This is the question that is answered in the paper "Non-CMYK Pictorial Color Image Reproduction." The paper was authored by Bob Chung, Gravure Research Professor in the RIT School of Print Media, and was published in Test Targets 8.0 in the "Gallery of Visual Interest" section.
Description: RIT Printing Industry Center newsletter
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Date: 2009-02

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