Subtractive Color Glossary Term
Glossary of Printing Terms

Subtractive Color
A process of using cyan, magenta, yellow and black pigments placed on top of each other onto a reflective substrate material in order to produce a full color image. Photography, printing, and painting are all subtractive color processes. The subtractive primary colors (cyan, magenta and yellow) subtract various amounts of white light il

Additional search results for:
   Subtractive Color
Color Bars
Color Matching
Color Viewing Booth
Spot Color
Color Separations
Resolution, Bit Depth, and Color
Color Printing
Color Management
Additive Color
Color Fidelity (Color accuracy or color balance)
Twenty-four-Bit Color or 24-Bit Color
One-Bit Color or 1-Bit Color
Eight-Bit Color/Grayscale or 8-Bit Color/Grayscale
Under Color Removal (UCR)
Under Color Addition (UCA)
Traditional Color Angles
Surface Color
Subtractive Primary Colors
Spot Color
Print Glossary Term Email Glossary Term
Enter keywords to search
Features of Interest
Featured Ad
Terms of Use |  Privacy Policy |  Site Map |  Index |  Contact Us
Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2024 Tecstra Systems, All Rights Reserved, PrintingTips.Com

Subtractive Color - Glossary -

Printing Tips Home Customer Service Knowledge Glossary Printing Tips Home