• RGB stands for the three primary colors, Red, Green and Blue. This model uses light to make their colors bright and if you were to mix all three of them you would get a pure white.
    CMYK on the other hand, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black uses a subtractive model. Basically what this means is that the colors from the spectrum are subtracted from natural white light into pigments or dyes. These pigments are then printed onto paper in tiny dots.
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    RGB stands for the three primary colors, Red, Green and Blue. This model uses light to make their colors bright and if you were to mix all three of them you would get a pure white. CMYK on the other hand, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black uses a subtractive model. Basically what this means is that the colors from the spectrum are subtracted from natural white light into pigments or dyes. These pigments are then printed onto paper in tiny dots. #RGBVSCMYK #Color #GraphicsDesign Follow me for more Graphics Design related posts.
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