Photoshop by the Numbers: Color Coding
Color Coding and the RGB Color Space
In digital image files, colors need to be coded as numbers. We have a look at the most common way of doing that: in RGB.
CMYK and its relationship with RGB
CMYK was designed as a coding for printer ink. This article examines its properties. It shares some properties with RGB, but there are differences too.
The Specialties of the LAB Color Space
The LAB color space has some very interesting properties. It is considerably different from RGB and CMYK. We examine its mechanics.
HSB: The ultimate split into Hue, Saturation and Brightness
The HSB way of color coding splits color into hue and saturation. Yet, it is not so special as a color space. This article explains why.
Photoshop by the Numbers
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