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Gary G. Field

Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing
Halftoning Strategies for Color Printing

Here is the explanation of how the "magic" of color printing depends upon the critical decisions made at the halftone micro structure level. From its first commercial applications in the 1890s to today, halftone structure choices for color printing have presented ongoing challenges to inventors and practitioners alike. The two competing approaches: random element versus regimented element, keep reminding us of the trade offs that are made during the color reproduction process.

This book explores halftone screening choices with the following quality-related factors in mind:


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Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!
Color Printing Revolution - Productivity! Creativity! Quality!

Digital technology produced astonishing advances in prepress productivity, unleashing many creative possibilities and image quality improvements. Progress in printing technologies also raised color quality and productivity. Today’s subsequent availability of inexpensive, high-quality color images, has greatly enriched us all.

Author Gary G. Field’s account of modern color printing’s evolution has four areas of emphasis:


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