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RGB vs. CMYK explained

RGB vs. CMYK explained: Introduction to Graphic Design (2014)
RGB vs. CMYK explained: Introduction to Graphic Design (2014)

The difference between RGB and CMYK color modes can sometimes confuse people who are new to graphic design. Put simply, RGB is an acronym for the colors red, green, and blue, while CMYK is an acronym for the colors cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. This video tutorial will explain RGB vs. CMYK so that you will know how to determine which color mode is best to use with a design project.

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