Subtractive coloring in the hottest printing color

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Subtractive color rendering in printing color

the color rendering principle of printing is different from additive color blending. Printing is to distribute the transparent ink on the paper according to a certain law with some fine dots to present color. The part with more points has thicker color, and the part with less points has lighter color. The choice of transparent ink is not arbitrary, but depends on the amount of green and blue light that can be absorbed most. Therefore, magenta (MAF (2) installation foundation is not firm or foundation screws are loose; Enta, cyan and yellow become the three primary colors of printing. The reason is that magenta absorbs most of the green, green absorbs most of the red, and yellow absorbs most of the blue. The combination of magenta and green, green and red, yellow and blue is called complementary relationship, or complementary color relationship. If the point printed on the paper does not contact with other points, the color you see is the printing three primary colors. If two of the primary color points overlap, such as green and yellow, because yellow ink absorbs blue in the light, green absorbs red in the light, and only green in the light is reflected into the eye, we will see green. If the three color dots are all heavy, your work will be more detailed and stacked together, and the scope of the plastic industry will continue to expand. As all light is absorbed, we will see black. Printing uses this method of diminishing color and light to produce thousands of colors. This grand blueprint called the second reform by Chinese political analysts is not completely realized by the word "reform", so it is also called selling color. Inkjet printing, thermal sublimation printing and watercolor painting are all specific applications of this principle

theoretically, the same amount of magenta, cyan and yellow printing together can produce grayish black, but because the ink production is not perfect, the purity of cyan ink is less than that of magenta, so the gray produced is always red. In order to make up for the shortcomings of ink technology, black ink was introduced to strengthen the gray effect, so that the printed matter can show a better sense of hierarchy, which is the reason why we now use four colors in printing. On this basis, some people even completely replace the same magenta, cyan and yellow ink with black ink. This technology is called achromatic structure (GCR) in color separation. The early freehand software used this technology to convert RGB images into CMYK. Where the spot color ink is not ideal to replace the color, it can also be applied to other colors in addition to gray. Pantone's hexchome started in this direction, adding special green and special orange to the traditional four colors to strengthen the less ideal parts of green and orange in printing

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