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Chapter 5. Color, in Theory and in Practice > RGB, CMYK, and Spot Colors

RGB, CMYK, and Spot Colors

The vast majority of work in Photoshop (and all work in Illustrator) is done in RGB or CMYK color mode. Virtually all output is done in RGB, CMYK, or Grayscale mode, although Photoshop actually supports eight color modes. Illustrator can accept grayscale artwork into either RGB or CMYK documents, but each document can contain artwork of only its own color mode.

For more on the additional color modes, see “Photoshop's Other Color Modes and Models,” later in this chapter.



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