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  • CMYK and RBG color profiles render differently depending on which medium they are being used for. RGB is best used for digital purposes because of the makeup of a digital monitor. A digital monitor is composed of tiny pixels, which are comprised of three light units, red, green and blue. When applying the RGB values to these pixels, you are setting the luminosity for each of the light units in the pixel, determining the color of it. CMYK color is best for printing because the color white is already provided (as the piece of white paper.) The white acts as a base, while values of C, M, and Y are added creating different colors and shades. The more you add, the darker the colors get until you reach the 100% so the color will be a muddy brown.

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  • Pantone LLC is a limited liability company headquartered in Carlstadt, New Jersey. The company is best known for its Pantone Matching System (PMS), a proprietary color space used in a variety of industries, notably printing, and some manufacturing of colored paint, fabric, and plastics.

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