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40 Sites with Amazing Free Stock Photos - Printingdeals.org

40 Sites with Amazing Free Stock Photos - Printingdeals.org | Digital Print | Scoop.it
The 40 Best Free Stock Photo sites that we could find. Amazing List of sites with Beautiful Royalty Free Images for personal or commercial use..
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over 25 Million Free Stock Photos

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How to Print a Super-Thin Touchscreen Display on Just About Anything - Gizmodo

How to Print a Super-Thin Touchscreen Display on Just About Anything - Gizmodo | Digital Print | Scoop.it
We've kept a close eye on the 27th ACM Symposium on INTER Software and Technology in Honolulu this week, given that it's already produced dozens of fascinating prototypes.
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Unbelievable Paper Art

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These mesmerising pieces where created by artist Jen Stark. The excruciating detail with which they were created is pretty incredible. (RT @DanielGennaoui: The Unbelievable paper art of of Jen Stark.
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Technology on Twitter: The clothing printer — Print different clothing everyday and reuse old clothes to make new clothes http://t.co/PojYJchn0v

Technology on Twitter: The clothing printer — Print different clothing everyday and reuse old clothes to make new clothes http://t.co/PojYJchn0v | Digital Print | Scoop.it
The clothing printer — Print different clothing everyday and reuse old clothes to make new clothes http://t.co/PojYJchn0v
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How to Screen Print: Graphic Inks, Sticker Printing, Glass, Metal Signs and More

View Graphics Inks and Supplies Here: http://www.silkscreeningsupplies.com/inktech-solvent-screen-printing-ink Join Us: https://facebook.ryonet.com T-Shirt b...
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Lightroom 5: Print the Perfect Image

Learn how to use the Print module to bring your images into the spotlight and share with clients, friends or family. Try or buy Lightroom 5: http://adobe.ly/...
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The Future of Print? Interactive Print Ads - Printingdeals.org

The Future of Print? Interactive Print Ads - Printingdeals.org | Digital Print | Scoop.it
The Future of Print - interesting new interactive print ads and techniques that are changing the advertising landscape.
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Print books are still outselling e-books, despite dire expectations

Print books are still outselling e-books, despite dire expectations | Digital Print | Scoop.it

"Fans of print books, who have long lived in fear that their neighborhood bookstore will be rendered obsolete by the ubiquity of ebooks in a matter of years, can take comfort in new numbers from Nielsen Books & Consumer ..."

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A Deeper look at Printing – Part 1 | Corné van Driel

A Deeper look at Printing – Part 1 | Corné van Driel | Digital Print | Scoop.it


The most basic of these would be converting images destined for the web from wider gamuts to sRGB, or more specifically, THE standard for web colours. In this process, you basically take a file format that supports alternative colour spaces and compress those colours into a smaller sRGB colour space for use with JPEG images. During this compression process, colour information is lost from the original and steps in gradients will become less smooth, this is an example of lossy compression. Now for the most part this isn’t a problem, edit using the widest gamut available and then down sample to a smaller gamut when outputting to a specific device or medium. There is enough information available that gradients, even though less smooth, probably won’t have any perceptible degradation in quality as long as a close-enough in gamut colour can be found for the out of gamut equivalent.

 

Additive vs Subtractive Colour

 

That highlights one issue, difference in the colours (gamut) that can be reproduced. The second issue is the different ways in which colours are formed when using different devices. For digital displays it is typically Red, Green and Blue (RGB) values that mix together to form a colour  The starting point is a black background and colours are added together to get lighter and lighter shades until eventually the values are fully saturated and a solid white is produced. Basically a new portion of visible spectrum is created and projected as needed. For physical output devices like printers, the process is generally reversed. The starting point is a white background and colours are added until eventually a solid black is formed. The full visible spectrum is projected onto the final medium by sunlight or artificial light (we’ll talk about colour bias much much later) and the reflected visible spectrum is altered by the medium to remove (or filter out, like a colour filter) parts of the spectrum and shift the colours that are seen. This process is based on Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK) to produce the final colours......

 


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Print Is Not Dead

A toast to the printed word. Share on Facebook :: http://on.fb.me/14TyjvT Share on Twitter :: http://bit.ly/14TymYG Voice Talent: DC Goode Music: https://sou...
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