Understanding Color Theory: In the printing process, color begins with a transparency or...
Color management is a major challenge facing anyone trying to get what is on a computer screen to actually come off the end of a press. When you flip through the pages of your favorite glossy magazine, the photos you are seeing have been printed using the 4-color process, also known as CMYK. That means that every color on that page has been created using four inks: cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Learn more about techniques to expand the color gamut on press and industry efforts to streamline workflow and establish a reliable color profile.