Process Color, Continued
Correct any flaws on the negative and expose and develop the press plates.
Pull a proof from each plate in color. This proof is known as a progressive
proof. If density and contrast are correct, run the plates on the press in the
proper colors of ink.
Figure 2-27 shows separation negatives, progressive proofs, and a print
resulting from the four-color process.
Figure 2-27.Separation negatives, progressive proofs, and finished four-
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