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Color Modes

A digital image file contains numeric values for each of the pixels in an image. The color mode defines which system is used to describe the pixel values in an image and how the pixel values are organized. Images in grayscale mode can only be black and white, while color images generally use RGB, CMYK, or Lab color mode. In the camera, only the RGB color mode is used, but this can be changed during editing and printing.


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