Color difference between film, proofing, print and computer screen
Film and its corresponding proofing are the best choice to reduce errors and save you and our cost and time. The proof corresponding to the film is closest to the printed product. The printed effect displayed on the computer screen is much brighter than the actual printed product, and cannot be used as an equivalent reference. Therefore, it is subject to the printing proof.
· This is because the display is different from the color of the color paper. The display uses the three primary colors of red, green, and blue to emit light to form an image. This color formation principle is called RGB, and it is widely used in televisions and computer monitors.
· Color printing is the printing of red, yellow, blue and black inks on paper products to form a color image. This principle is called CMYK, which is widely used in four-color offset printing technology.
· Another important reason is the apparent difference between computer display and print, the color standard of the display. If your computer monitor is not properly color-corrected, the computer display will be significantly different from the computer monitor that has been correctly color-corrected. Therefore, it is also necessary to ask professional and technical personnel to adjust the display effect in time.
· Differences in printed materials can also make a difference in printing results. Generally speaking, the printing effect of coated paper is much brighter than that of offset paper.
The above preparations can help you reduce all possible problems with us. Speed up the delivery process to avoid increased costs.
However, if you are missing each of the above tasks or do not quite understand our recommendations, please don't worry, we will work with you under the various conditions possible. Just ask for as much as possible of all the documents you can provide; we will call you at any time after we find the problem to confirm that the work is completed.
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