Re: Easy RGB Separations for gum

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;>
Date: 11/27/04-05:01:47 AM Z
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Katharine Thayer wrote:
> When you've adjusted the color balance the way you want it, invert the
> image,

Actually of course, you don't even need to invert the image if you have
checked "negative" in Page Setup. So it's every bit as simple as
printing separations from CMYK, and much more straightforward.

then change the mode from RGB to *Multichannel*. Then go to
> Print. The color space option will read "Separations." Click Print, and
> you'll automatically get three color separations that are identical to
> the separations that you would get by going through the steps of
> splitting the channels and printing the three channels separately. I
> checked this by using a file made of color patches and comparing the
> values in the channels for each color across the two ways of doing it.
> Added bonus: the channels are labeled Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow, which
> should reassure any literal-minded folks who need the separations
> labeled that way to believe they are doing the right thing.
> Katharine Thayer
Received on Sat Nov 27 12:57:57 2004

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