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Color for Science, Art and Technology by Kurt Nassau

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chapter 13

Color Imaging: Printing and Photography

Gary G. Field    California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA, USA

13.1 Introduction

This chapter covers color imaging with particular focus upon photographic imaging and photomechanical reproduction processes. Television and video display imaging are not covered in this chapter as these topics are addressed in Chapter 15. Motion picture photography is not covered to any significant degree, but many of the still photography concepts apply with equal validity to motion picture photography. The primary emphasis in the photomechanical reproduction part of this chapter is on process color printing; i.e., pictorial printing in natural color, rather than flat or solid color printing for ...

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