Electronic Prepress: A Hands-on Introduction
This book provides an unbiased overview of the new technologies used in the prepress industry.The evolution of the industry is relayed in clear, concise terms as they relate to digital technologies. Traditional methods are compared to state of the art technologies as specific prepress issues such as service bureaus, color management, proofing methods, preparation of documents, hardware and software, major vendors, image scanning and manipulation of images and current prepress options are addressed in a clear and comprehensive manner.
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Desktop Publishing Hardware
Electronic Prepress Systems
The Basics of Digital Color
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Adobe PhotoShop Adobe Systems Aldus basic bitmap image CEPS Chapter circle correct answer CMYK color halftones color house color model color printing color separations created cyan desktop color desktop publishing desktop scanner developed digital color digital halftone digitized image disk diskettes display dots per inch electronic mechanical electronic prepress systems Figure File Format film recorder font Fractal Design Painter frequency modulated graphic designers graphic images graphical user interface halftone dots halftone screen high-end scanner image area Image File imagesetter ink colors laser printer laser spots layout software application Linotype-Hell magenta Microsoft Windows mid-range systems monitor mouse number of pixels offset printing operating system output device PageMaker Photo CD photographs PostScript Power Macintosh printing plates printing press process camera process color proprietary publication publishing and electronic QuarkXPress scanned image Scitex screen frequency service bureau sheet standard tion traditional trapping True or False typesetting