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    Spot Color and Process Color

    How can i make 2 or more spot color and process color in a bitmap image?
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    add channel in photoshop for spot color

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    Or you can import the image in Illustrator or in your layout program, there you can easily colorize it any color you want. For more colors, copy the image and paste in place as many times as the colors you want to use. Then you can mask and colorize each element. Of course this tip is useful if your image is not much complicated

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    If you are unsure I suggest you do a lot of research using Google. There are many complicated issues that you need to factor in when using spot colours. And bear in mind that printing with spot colours and process colours will be an expensive process and you will need to find a printer who has at least a 6 or 7 plate press.

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