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Quote from: know473 on March 12, 2023, 05:53:40 PM...The graphic designers there use Adobe software, so I want to avoid discussing the underlying source file.even then i would ask the print house how they would like the fold marks in the .pdf file. (it could be a hairline in a spot color called 'fold' or something like that...)
Quote from: J0j0 on March 12, 2023, 02:47:38 PM...help me understand what would be considered `extreme green or blue corners of the rgb space'?this should be done with ale's post.
Quote...there are a few colours that are neither dark nor red tones (in HTML notation: f6ec3c, 27bcb2, 5eccf2, 45b75c and 83d4f3). If these fall into the `extreme green or blue corners of the rgb space' category, how could I deal with this - would I necessarily require colour proofing or are there alternative approaches?well, they are not really 'extreme', but when you look at the second color scheme in ale's post, you'll see that they are around the edges of the cmyk space.
Quote...I would like to avoid significant loss of contrast or colours that do not make sense in context, such as a green sky.the loss of contrast will be there. the cmyk model of the printer can't handle the same contrast as your screen. but complete color changes shouldn't happen with the colors you listed here.