Process Color Separations Glossary Term
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Process Color Separations
The process of separating the primary or process colors from a colored image. The separation is done by means of red, green, and blue filters in a process camera or color scanner which produce four continuous tone negatives. There is one for each of the primary colors used in the printing process: cyan, magenta, yellow. Black is also added to give definition to the printed piece. The separations are screened and printing plates are made from them.

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