Subtractive Color Mixing

Subtractive color mixing creates a color impression by filtering out individual frequency ranges - i. e. colors - from the overall spectrum of visible light. In the case of color printing, this is done by overprinting the inks - generally the basic colors cyan, magenta and yellow, which can be used to create all color tones of the relevant color space. See also: CMYK

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