In the first part of this article I outlined some of the issues and challenges facing photographers asked to submit work in CMYK formats.
This second part, written with UK colour management consultant Ken Thomson, looks at some considerations once your work gets printed in magazines, large posters and books.
It’s intended to give photographers (and designers) some idea of the world of difference between printing out your work on an inkjet printer, and what happens in getting it reproduced on large presses.
An UGRA control bar - presses can change a lot more than your inkjet
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