in news:email@example.com Cousin Ricky wrote:
Never looked at it, do these modern screens (oled) have a better gammut?
I worked in decorative printing (roto gravure) for years and ran the
colourlab amongst other things. Gamut is fun. We almost never used CMYK.
Most printing was done using op to 6 spot colours with lasure inks. Inks
where made from 8 base colours, cold and warm red, blue, yellow and a pure
green and black. White was a no no. Then there was a load of special
pigments. (a nice one was 24 karat gold dust for wallpaper in Russian
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