Color Separations at Culture Studio
To reproduce full-color images, printers have to separate artwork into Pantone specific channels and organize them accordingly to recreate the image on press. This process of dividing the image into two or more colors is called Color Separation. Each different plate contains varying densities and combinations of the four primary colors to recreate the overall image.
Once a file is separated correctly, designers are able to mock up the image on the garment for placement and color accuracy and send for photo approval. With the photo approved, we can start production immediately and get individuals their garments faster and with less errors.
The best part? Culture Studio can get you complex, high color count color separations in 48 hours. Feel free to shoot an email to Sales@culturestudio.net