Choosing A Color Mode in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

Choosing a color mode

When you create a new CorelDRAW document or Corel PHOTO-PAINT image, you must choose a color mode, preferably based on the color model that corresponds to the project’s destination. The color mode determines the colors to be used in the application. For example, if you know that the intended destination for your project is the Web, you can choose the RGB color mode. By choosing the correct color mode when you start a project, you can take some of the guesswork out of choosing colors. As a result, the colors in your projects will be reproduced more accurately.

Choosing A Color Mode in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

The CMYK color mode is recommended  for printed material, while the RGB color  mode  is recommended for material that will be viewed online.

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How Are Colors Defined? in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

Color is literally in the eye of the beholder. The sensation of color is a result of the human eye’s response to light and the nervous system’s interpretation of that response.

Color Basics in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

Color perception depends on the eye’s response to light.

Through the use of color models, this complex process has been defined mathematically. The color models allow software applications (such as CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT) and digital devices (such as computers, monitors, digital cameras, and printers) to store, manipulate, and accurately reproduce color. Continue reading…