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Printing an Image

  • Alan Parkin
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Abstract

To print a digital image on paper, we use a subtractive-colour device. This works in a CMYK colour space inverse to RGB and needs halftoning methods. The colour gamut of print differs somewhat from a display gamut. Location resolution is determined by dot pitch within pixel pitch. Viewing a printout is similar to viewing a display.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LondonUK

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