Color separations pertain to the 4 color negatives made when a continuous tone image is converted and filtered into the 4 process colors are cyan, magenta, yellow, black or CMYK.

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Magenta (Magenta pertains to a shade of bluish-red; also ...)
Cyan (Cyan is defined as the shade of greenish blue; ...)
CMYK (CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, black ...)


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): colors

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