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lab color

A device independent colour space used to create consistent color whatever the device used to create or output an image, such as a monitor, printer, computer, or scanner. It consists of a luminance value (L) and two chromatic values A from green to red and B from blue to yellow.

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lab color

A perceptually linear color space (RGB and CMYK are non-linear color spaces) that utilizes luminance as a means of increasing contrast and color saturation.
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lab color

Based on CIE XYZ color space coordinates, color space designed to approximate human vision.
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lab color

A large roll (usually up to 1,000 feet) made up of camera rolls joined together by the lab for printing.
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