Questions about RGB; short for red, green, blue. It's the colour process and model used in colour visualisation on digital devices. Ask anything relevant to graphic design about the RGB colour model.

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How to present a print project to a client?

I'm a self-taught designer and now I'm working on a packaging project. I'm designing in Adobe Illustrator CC using CMYK color mode, but now, I want to present my client the work with a mockup and I ...
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Incorrect RGB color used in photoshop

I would like to color something in photoshop, but I need very specific RGB values. Unfortunately, the values I enter are not the ones that are being painted. For example, I enter the values 84 (red), ...
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Illustrator - I need the CMYK values of hundreds of colors in one file

I made a color chart by using the eyedropper to get colors from another file. When I go to get the CMYK values it only gives me a percentage. The Document Color Mode was RGB - changing it to CMYK ...
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What is happening to my colorbar when I open Illustrator?

I usually create figures using something like Matlab or Python; then I use Illustrator for final touch-ups and things. Unfortunately, I'm having trouble with the colorbars when I open my figures in ...
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How to change document color mode in Illustrator?

I have document with some color. I can't reproduce this color exactly when exporting to web. I was told, that this is because of the bug, by which Illustrator is not changing color mode with menu ...
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How to differentiate 24 Bit PNG and 32 Bit PNG file?

When image is encoded in PNG format, it can be encoded either in 24 bit format (rgb) or in 32 bit format (argb). Both the files appear as .png files. Then how it is possible to differentiate these two ...
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Change the blue shades to white shades

I have an image of many different colors. I want to turn anything that is predominantly blue into being predominantly white, while leaving the other colors unchanged. So if the RGB of the image has ...