Greyscale and Colour Separation Guide
The Small Greyscale and Colour Separation Guide is a Q13 equivalent quality control device for photographers, printers and other colour professionals. The twenty-step Greyscale offers an accurate, easy way to compare tonal values in an original image with its reproduction, while the set of eighteen colour patches (two saturations of nine colours) allows users to compare the colour of their subject with known printing colours.
Color Confidence recommends users replace their Small Greyscale and Colour Separation Guide on a regular basis to maintain accuracy.
Features and Benefits:
Identify colour separation negatives and positives for colour reproduction processes
Suitable for copywork, side-by-side film comparisons and colour reproduction processes using masks, separation films and filters
Compare reflected tonal values of the originals with the tonal values of a reproduced image Identify, measure and control captured and reproduced images to compensate for changing conditions
Determine values for plotting tone-reproduction curves
Contains standard separation colours used in RGB and CMYK processes
Each card measures 60mm x 203mm
Colour Control Patches (eighteen patches – two saturations of each of nine colours) on an 18% neutral background Grey Scale (20 steps in 0.10 density
increments between 0.05 [white] and a practical printing black of 1.95 density)