As a graphic designer for several small magazines, I receive a lot of work from other designers, and it is always surprising to me to find that these designers don't realize what mode their images should be.When images are downloaded from Dreamstime, they are in RGB mode - meaning red, green, blue. This is great for the web. And it allows for smaller file sizes which is great for download times.But when designing for a printed publication, images HAVE to be set to CMYK - cyan, magenta, yellow,... continue reading
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