PS - The Wonders of Full-Color Printing

by karen nodalo - Date: 2006-12-28 - Word Count: 350 Share This!

Color printing is everywhere and we see it everyday in our daily lives. Full color printing is the most common type of printing services which is recommended for use. Using color improve one’s potential to be given most attention.

The Pantone Matching System is widely used in printing. The colors available in this kind of process are mixed to an exact specification. This printing however is quite limited because it only uses up to three different colors and is quite expensive compared to the four-color or full-color printing methods that are made available today.

However, Pantone Matching allows you to choose from a wide range of textures and colors of paper. This tends to add a new color element to your printed materials which will include the color of the paper that you used. You can at least use a color which you haven’t used yet in the color system.

If you are able to determine your corporate colors, you will be able to translate. The Pantone System offer a set of books that shows how the Pantone colors will be translated to CMYK. This is an important factor to consider if you wish to print in two or three colors or even in four color or full-color. In doing this, you can have your printers printed the economical way.

If you are printing your own, it is ideal to proof your colors with the use of a good quality color laser printer. Laser printers print good colors.

In applying full-color printing, you will see the differences with printing in two or three colors.

Before, printing full-color prints were expensive but to these days, it has been made more affordable and printer-friendly in order to give the customers the kind of printing they deserve.

More and more companies are applying full-color printing because the demands and needs are growing and expanding.

In printing, you should not limit your expectations. It is important to go beyond the borders of printing so that you will add uniqueness in your prints so that your customers will continue to make services with you.

Karen Nodalo has graduated from the Bicol University specializing in Computer Science, she graduated with flying honors being one of the top notch students of the graduating class. She has been into writing for almost 5 years now, and has been into different topics. She has also been into student publications since her elementary years, giving her the much-coveted exposure that writers of her kind battles for.

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