Under Color Addition (UCA) Glossary Term
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Under Color Addition (UCA)
The technique of increasing the amount of cyan, magenta or yellow in the shadow or neutral areas of the image when making the color separations. Under color addition is generally done to make the blacks look darker which increases the tonal range.

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