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Tuesday
Jul202010

CMYK

Refers to the color model for printing; Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Key Black. The CMYK model is a subtractive model in which colors subtract from the brightness of the white. 'K' is used in place of 'B' to eliminate any confusion with the color blue and has become the standard symbol for black in all graphic applications.

Tuesday
Jul202010

RGB

RGB or (Red, Green & Blue) is a color model in which these three colors can be coupled to produce a large array of different colors that are seen by the eye.

RGB color is known as additive color theory and is used in all displays like computer monitors and televisions. The combination of red, green, and blue results in the color white.