Lecture 1-28

Lecture 1-28 - [email protected] VLab.lsu.edu i. Color Models...

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VLab.lsu.edu i. Color Models a. CMYK i. Subtractive color (pigments – CMYK) ii. Full color/process printing (color printing) iii. Percent of color represented by a number between 0 -100. iv. Normally what will be used in InDesign b. RGB i. Additive color- (light – RGB) ii. Film, TV, computer screens (digital media) iii. Percent of color represented by a number between 0 - 255. iv. Normally what will be used in PhotoShop ii. Form a. The simplest form able to be created is a dot. When your mind sees multiple dots, it automatically connects them. This creates a shape. b. Pointillism – Georges Seurat, “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte”, 1884 i. This is still the way images are created today. Digital images are created by dots (pixels). Images on the web have 72 dots per inch. This is poor resolution. ii. When printing professionally, you don’t want to have less than 300 dots per inch. iii. Depth
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MC 2015 taught by Professor Dahmen during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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Lecture 1-28 - [email protected] VLab.lsu.edu i. Color Models...

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