Pocket guide to color with digital applications
Focusing on the primary principles and techniques necessary for printing color reproductions in a production environment, this applications-oriented guide provides computer graphics and design professionals with a full understanding and appreciation of the enormous potential of desktop color applications. Aided by a wealth of illustrations, the book demonstrates the basics of color theory, scanning, preparation of separations, proofing systems, and more. 120 illus.
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The Role of the Human Eye
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