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Color Management & Quality Output by Tom Ashe

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RASTER IMAGE PROCESSORS

 

 

 

FIGURE 11.1 Image by John Donich, technical editor for this book, is also a photographer and owner of Crossroads Editions, a digital printmaking studio that uses the Serendipity MegaRIP (crossroadseditions.com).

Credit: Photograph, © John M. Donich, The Norman School Teachers Lounge, Kansas City, MO, 2012 (johnmdonich.com)

 

The next tool we could possibly be using to color manage our printers and get better quality is a RIP (pronounced “rip,” as in to tear something). In this chapter we will discuss what RIPs are, how they are different than drivers, the reasons we would use RIPs, and finally we will ...

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