See Color Gamut.
The process of squeezing the color space represented in an image to one that can be reproduced in a second image generation, such as ink on paper, a direct digital color proof, etc.
In color, a means of matching the color space of one particular device with that of another device, commonly accomplished by means of color look-up tables.
A means of analyzing and evaluating colored inks utilizing a circular sheet of paper containing plotted hues and grays of colors.
A hexagon-shaped plotting paper upon which the hue and strength of colors are plotted using readings taken with a densitometer. The GATF Color Hexagon is usually used to analyze the
A method of measuring ink density. The hue error and grayness of a colored ink are computed using the numeric results of red, green and blue filter densitometer readings. This
A triangular-shaped plotting paper upon which the hue and gray of colors can be plotted using readings taken with a densitometer. The GATF Color Triangle is usually used for the
In process color printing, a commonly-used color control bar printed beyond the image area of a press sheet consisting of a series of color solids, tints, and sharpness guides, used to maintain uniform color
In color analysis and color proofing, a device used to verify that a particular viewing environment conforms to standard lighting conditions.
In color proofing, a set of process color (or four-color) test targets to which a press proof is compared.