Color Management for Printing

The proliferation of lower cost color printers has created a need for the management of processes used to print color images. The images produced by these printers are being compared to photographs, which are continuous tone images. Continuous tone images are produced with a virtually unlimited range of color or shades of grays. Most printers use a digital process that cannot reproduce continuous tones images. A digital process can represent only a limited number of colors or gray levels. More accurately reproducing colors, a process known as Color Management, creates better quality digital images with the perception of continuous tone.

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